The Best Holiday Apartments to Rent in Perth, Australia

All Suites Perth has a prime location within easy walking distance of many top attractions
All Suites Perth has a prime location within easy walking distance of many top attractions | Courtesy of All Suites Perth / Expedia
Louise Goldsbury

The next best thing to a holiday house in Perth is a hotel or apartment that feels like home. For a longer stay, you want to feel relaxed and comfortable in well-equipped accommodation with enough space to fully unpack and settle in. So don’t waste your time inspecting home rentals or holiday homes. Perth has plenty of properties that are perfect for longer stays, with the added benefits of hotel services. Move into one of these stress-free bases by booking through Culture Trip.

1. Nesuto Mounts Bay Perth, for a tip-top location


The pool area in front of the grass tennis court at Nesuto Mounts Bay
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Experience the freedom of city living in Mounts Bay Village, a secluded sanctuary with tennis courts, a courtside restaurant (which also provides room service) and a cool outdoor pool. For long stays, each apartment has two or three bedrooms, a separate living area, kitchen with dishwasher, laundry and a balcony or courtyard. This unbeatable location in Perth’s Free Transit Zone makes it a sensible choice for people using public transport to get around, but undercover parking also makes it handy for families or corporate travellers with a car.

2. Long, long, leisurely stays at Fraser Suites Perth


The sleek modern lobby at Fraser Suites Perth
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The average extended stay at Fraser Suites Perth is 21 nights, but some guests stay for several months or even years. It sits in the quieter end of town, down the road from the WACA, and the calmness of the surroundings is a main attraction for business travellers and families. Home-style comforts include a modern kitchen with dishwasher, family-size fridge, washing machine, dryer, balcony and a stylish lounge and dining area. Hotel amenities include a heated indoor pool, spa, sauna, 24-hour gym, lobby bar and restaurant.

3. Adina Apartment Hotel Perth Barrack Plaza, for proximity to ferries


View of the city from one of the apartment balconies at Adina Apartment Hotel Perth Barrack Plaza
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Around the corner from Perth City Station, Adina is central to everything you could possibly need: a quick stroll brings you to Murray Street Mall, the Art Gallery of Western Australia and WA Museum Boola Bardip. Apartments of one, two or three bedrooms effortlessly cut the mustard, with a kitchen and laundry, but you also get hotel features including a minibar, outdoor pool, sauna and gym. Staying here makes absolute sense if you wish to explore Perth from the water: it’s a straight line to the Barrack Street Ferry Terminal (including departures to Rottnest Island) and a 10-minute walk to Elizabeth Quay.

5. Code Apartment Perth, for bars and bites on your doorstep


The large pool in the courtyard of the colourful Code Apartment Perth building
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Travelling with the family? Swoop in on this special place, which boasts an arcade room and a gaming room for children. There’s also an outdoor pool, spa, sauna, fitness room and a shaded BBQ and entertainment area. Around 200m (650ft) from RAC Arena, it’s handy for bars, restaurants and attractions such as Elizabeth Quay and the Art Gallery of WA, with Perth city centre 1km (0.6mi) away. Enjoy meals on your own sunny balcony, as well as essentials such as a desk, sofa, ironing set and washing machine.

6. Expert care at 188 Apartments


Large living and dining area with white leather couches and six-person dining table at 188 Apartments
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More like a set of apartments than a hotel, 188 delivers all the basics you need to live like a local in inner-city Northbridge. Each unit has a kitchen with a fridge, oven, hob, microwave, kettle and washer/dryer, plus parking (for an extra fee). You won’t be fending for yourself completely – there’s a 24-hour front desk and the offer of free toiletries, while housekeeping can be organised on request. When hunger pangs stab, pop out to discover the dining scene of Chinatown. If you fancy heading further afield, you’re a 10-minute walk to Perth Underground Station and Perth Station.

7. Quest West End, for every amenity imaginable


The exterior of the corner Quest West End building at dusk
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Quest is the expert in home-style living. The two-bedroom superior apartment really feels like a Perth holiday house, with a full kitchen and laundry, separate dining and lounge areas, a private balcony, a master bedroom with a king bed and a second bedroom with two single beds that can be converted into a king. One-bedroom apartments also have balconies and windows that can be opened for fresh air. In a nutshell, this is not one of those hotels that pretends to be just like an apartment – it’s all that and more.

8. Business meets leisure at Adina Apartment Hotel Perth


Modern, enclosed pool area with row of loungers at Adina Apartment Hotel Perth
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Here’s the perfect pick for people attending conferences at the adjacent Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre: Adina is a brilliant base for business, only minutes from the office strip of St Georges Terrace, with meeting rooms available on site. And when it comes to your leisure time? Splash in the outdoor pool, soak in the spa and sauna or pound away the calories in the gym – so you won’t feel bad about dining on the terrace at Metro Bar & Bistro, which also offers room service. On the doorstep of Elizabeth Quay, these stylish studios and apartments have full kitchens, in-room laundries and ample living space. Believe us, you won’t want to go home.

Looking for family-friendly accommodation in Perth? Check out our pick of the best family-friendly hotels in Perth, bookable on Culture Trip.

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