Get a room for as little as $200 a night in Perth.
If you’re planning on staying in Perth for a long time, you’ll need to get some new bedding.
Here are some of the cheaper and easier places to find cheap, comfy bedding in Perth and how to book one for your room.
The cheapest hotels to stay in PerthThe cheapest hotel to stay at in Perth is the Gold Coast Hotel, which is a 6-star hotel in the heart of Perth.
It’s located on the Goldfield in the north of the city.
It’s just $200-$250 per night, with a $200 deposit.
There’s a small car park next to the hotel and it’s open 24 hours a day.
It is located just down the road from the Goldfields Mall.
This is the only hotel on the list to offer a bed, which means you can choose from a range of different bedding styles.
The bed is covered in a light, soft and soft bedding, which also comes in a variety of colours.
You can also choose from two types of pillow, with the option of two pillows on a single pillow.
A hotel bed is one of the cheapest things to get if you want to stay for a short period of time in Perth, so you can spend as little money as possible.
If you want a comfortable bed for a longer period of stay, consider the Queen Elizabeth II Hotel in The Rocks, where a standard bed for $400 is $200 per night.
The Queen Elizabeth is a popular choice for longer stays, as it’s located in The Rock.
Check out the other options below.
Free breakfast and hotel breakfastIn Perth, there’s a number of free breakfast options at your local supermarket, and they’re quite cheap.
For a quick breakfast, head to the supermarket on a Saturday or Sunday.
When you get to the food court, you can order your breakfast in advance from the counter.
In the meantime, there are plenty of restaurants that are open on weekends and holidays to serve you a quick, tasty meal.
Try the restaurants listed below for some good breakfast options in Perth: The Fresh Market (Kerr), 5-7pm on a Sunday, $20.99 per person, free drinks, and free takeaway food, $2.50 for adults and $1.60 for children.
The Fresh Market is a small, local supermarket with great food.
Kerr Market Food Centre, 4-6pm on any day, $6.99 for adults, $3.50 per person for children, and a $2 free takeaway.
This is a good option for breakfast if you don’t have time to shop for food on your own.
Owl’s Nest, 7-10pm on Sunday, free takeaway, $4.99 adults, children under 16 for free.
Sugar Shack, 8pm on Sundays, free delivery, $9.99.
Barrhaven Market, 8-10.30pm on the weekend, free breakfast, $12.99, children and seniors for free, $5.50 adults and seniors.
Hobart City Market, 11am-5pm on weekends, free pick-up, $8.99 and children under 18 for free food.
The food is good, the selection is good and there are loads of stalls around the city area.
Prestige Market, 10am-6.30am on weekends on busy days, $18 per adult and $7.50 children and under for free coffee, tea and juice.
Whole Foods Market, 7am-7.30 on Saturdays and Sundays, $7 per adult, $1 for children under 6 and seniors under 18, free tea and juices.
Market Food Co, 11pm-5.30 in the morning on Sundays on busy nights, $10 per adult per person.
Lunchtime Market, 12-6:30pm daily on weekends in the CBD, $15 per adult or $5 for children and free delivery.
Riverside Hotel, 8am-10am on busy Sundays, breakfast available, $25 per adult.
Sunrise Inn, 8:30am-4pm on Saturdays, $50 for children (under 6) and seniors (over 50).
Hotel Indigo, 8.30-11am on Sundays (and Fridays) for breakfast.
Mall of Adventure, 10-5 on busy weekends.
Starbucks, 8 on Saturdays (and Sundays), $15 for children in the afternoon, $22 for children over 50, $30 for seniors and seniors over 60, and $25 for children with a disability.
Hotels to stay close to PerthThe closest hotels to Perth are also close to the city centre.
If there’s no other choice, consider staying at