Citadines St Georges Terrace Perth ( formerly the Somerset St Georges Terrace Perth) is located in the heart of Perth's business district, the perfect position for doing business in the city. Its prime location is within walking distance to the Perth Conference and Exhibition Centre, art galleries, restaurants, bars and quality boutiques in Murray Street and Hay Street Mall. To complete the picture perfect setting, the property is just a street away from the esplanade that overlooks the Swan River.
Offering 84 contemporary studios & 2 bedroom apartment suites with FREE WIFI, you can enjoy city living at a prime downtown address. All apartments are modern and non smoking, providing comfort and convenience with a comprehensive range of in-room facilities, including individually controlled air conditioning and heating, comfortable bedding, alarm clock, radio, private en suite bathroom with hairdryer, telephone with IDD and voice mail facilities, home entertainment system, colour TV, FREE cable TV, CD/DVD player, in-room movies (fee applies), fully equipped kitchen / kitchenette with refrigerator, cooker hob & hood, dishwasher, microwave oven, built-in electric oven, tea coffee making facilities, toaster, glassware, crockery, cutlery & utensils, In-room electronic safe, full private laundry facilities with washing machine, clothes dryer, steam iron and ironing board.
Doing business is easy with a fully equipped business centre complete with business support services including printing and faxing facilities, courier services, secretarial services and audio visual equipment rental services, FREE wireless broadband internet and conference /meeting/banquet facilities which are available for business or pleasure. After work or play we encourage you to relax in the cafe or by the al fresco bar located on the ground floor.
Further guest facilities and services include an al fresco terrace, FREE access to the fully equipped gymnasium (off-site), cocktail bar, a la carte restaurant, FREE WiFi in all public areas, 24-hour security & closed-circuit TV surveillance, electronic key card access, room service, airport shuttle (surcharge), 24-hour front desk, concierge, tour desk, luggage storage, babysitting/child services, daily maid service (except Sundays and public holidays), laundry/dry cleaning services, meal delivery service, FREE daily newspapers, charge back facilities with local restaurants, grocery shopping service, non-smoking accommodation, interconnecting apartments, facilities for disabled guests, lift/ elevator, basement carpark with on-site secure undercover parking, designated smoking area, room service - limited service and FREE cot hire. Children under 6 years STAY FREE OF CHARGE when using existing beds.
Providing just the work-life balance suited to the busy executive traveller or a weekend getaway, the Citadines St Georges Terrace Perth aims to use a local touch to help you settle into the City of Perth and integrate with the local culture.
There are an abundance of shops available, many riverside and beach side restaurants and cafes, excellent golf courses, white sandy beaches to sunbathe on and numerous outdoor activities to enjoy. Only minutes away, you can visit wineries, swim with dolphins in their natural environment, holiday on an island, dive in the warm waters and explore the historic port city of Fremantle.
Perth Cultural Centre - including the Western Australian Museum, the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the Library and Information Service of Western Australia, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, the Blue Room, the Artrage, the Fuel and Energy Bar, Gotham Studios and Art on the Move.
Kings Park - one of the largest of the lush parks within the City of Perth. Laid out in 1872 and finely situated on a hill above the broad river and the city, it has an area of 404 ha, consisting partly of natural bush country, with a brilliant display of wild flowers in spring, and partly of a botanic garden containing more than 1200 species of Western Australian plants.
Aquarium of Western Australia - walk through a glass underwater tunnel at Hillary's Boat Harbor and observe over 200 species of native marine animals including stingrays, mantas, dolphins, and various kinds of shark. From this unique vantage point you can experience life underwater without getting wet or disturbing the animals. For extreme experiences, you can dive with the sharks in the aquarium and play with the dolphins.
There are also half-day trips (Sept.-Nov. Tue.-Sun.) to watch the whales when they are diving in the ocean off the coast of Fremantle.
St George's Terrace - the main street in the city of Perth. It runs parallel to the Swan River and forms the major arterial road through the central business district. Set into the pavement (in 1979) are 150 bronze tablets commemorating notable figures in 150 years of Western Australian history.
Cohuna Koala Park - home to Australia's largest colony of koalas, together with more than 300 kangaroos and many other indigenous Australian animals. Just stroll through the bush tracks and pathways to find and hand feed many of the free roaming animals. See wombats, talking parrots, dingoes, kangaroos, emus, deer and koalas just to name a few. Take a breathtaking walk through the giant bird aviary to see over 20 species of native birds. Helicopter tours are also available. Cohunu Koala Park is located on sixteen hectares of natural Australian bush land just 35 minutes from the city of Perth in Western Australia.
Walyunga National Park - approximately 1,790 hectares and is located just 37 km north east of Perth. While enjoying the attractive scenery of the Swan River running through the Avon Valley, scenic views of Perth and Swan Coastal Plain, you can also discover an abundance of wildlife that flourishes in the park. Much of the park is covered with eucalyptus forest. The river has carved a series of ponds out of the granite rock which is great for swimming and boating. When the river is high, after winter rain there is good white-water rafting. The park is the largest Aboriginal settlement area raound Perth. The settlement was occupied until the late 19th century. Archaeological evidence - soil erosion after plowing by early settlers has brought to light large numbers of bones and stone tools and hunting weapons - has shown that the area was occupied by Aborigines for more than 6000 years.
Adventure World - Perth's premier amusement park featuring Western Australia's best mix of wet and dry rides plus Kids Cove…something for the entire family. There are water rides, traditional park rides, the extreme daredevil rides and over $1.5 million worth of rides for families with young children. Pay a single entry for the whole day. There are seven man-made lakes, food and beverage outlets and landscaped areas for picnicking.