Rydges Perth is one of the CBD's premier 4.5 star hotels, offering contemporary decor combined with modern comforts, services and facilities. Rydges Perth features 245 well appointed spacious guestrooms; which include stylish decor and large floor-to-ceiling windows, including our premier spa suites with river views and state-of-the-art Executive Club floor rooms which have exclusive access to our Executive Lounge designed specifically for the corporate traveller.
Rydges Perth combines the best of both worlds; located adjacent to the West End entertainment district and CBD business district, the central location makes it an ideal choice for both corporate and leisure travellers. The hotel is simply 20 minutes away from the airport, a 5 minute stroll to the train station, 2 minute walk from the main shopping areas and just across the road from designer shopping strip, King Street.
The award wining alfresco style CBD Restaurant & Bar is located on the ground floor of the hotel, which combines the best of modern city dining and ambience.
Facilities include 24 hour Room Service and Reception Desk, Concierge, Valet Parking, Fully equipped Business Centre, Non Smoking rooms only, modem points in each room and a fully equipped Conference and Events floor.
All the essential ingredients for a great holiday. Some of the country's best beaches, plenty of nightlife, bustling markets, inner city parks, outdoor dining and amazing marine adventures.
The following activities are available within the vicinity of the hotel; Museum of Western Australia, His Majesty's Theatre, the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Hay & Murray Street Shopping Mall and Kings Park.
Superb views of the city & surrounding areas can be seen from Kings Park. The park includes a 17 hectare (42 acre) Botanic Garden and abundant natural bushland. In spring, the park is well known for its famed wild flowers. The park also has some pleasant walking & cycling tracks, bicycle hire is also available.
Perth has some of the best beaches in Australia. There are many patrolled surf beaches on the Indian Ocean coast, including Scarborough & Cottesloe which are also popular for their beachside cafe culture.