I satyed for a conference at Perth Convention Centre - a 50 m walk across a circular drive. No complaints about location. And for anyone looking at a map and wondering if you might be a bit far from town, there are covered walkways across the main roads up to the main part of town, so no difficulties with cossing roads. For anyone travelling within Perth, there is a large bus station and the Esplanade train station connects in Zone 1 with Perth City - not that that info is easy to find on the Transperth website!
My room was compact, was overlooked by offices over the road, but noise from the road did not bother me. Basic kitchen facilities were useful to me - microwave, sink, bar fridge. It seems from the info pack that it is possible to obtain a more comprehensive kitchen if you need that - there were instructions for using the ceramic cooktop - presumably this is able to be booked - I booked through the conference. Instruction aslo for a washing machine - not present in my room
Rooms are comfortable enough without luxury - they are certainly adequate for purpose.
The building is lowrise and sprawling - if you have any problems with mobility, you will want to request a room closer to the lifts (elevators). It's not arduous walking, though, if you are fit and able!
There is a small gym and small pool, but if weather permits, it is very convenient to a fabulous walk along the Esplanade with a view out over the Swan River and back to town.
I did not park, but parking station for conference centre is available for a 'nominal fee' which is unspecified.
My only gripe was with the restaurant - I ordered a main which came with a LOT of meat, which was beautifully braised, as advertised. That's why I was so disappointed to find that the "winter greens with pancetta, baby figs and bocconcini" was salad greens - not typically described as winter! - with prosciutto and dried figs of age undetermined. I spotted 3 small fragments of bocconcini on a large salad plate. The salad did not arrive until I was halfway through my meal, which disappointed me further - I might have ordered that as a salad, but not as an accompaniment for a wintery dish of braised ribs . Vegetables on the plate with the main - carrott, zucchini and some onion-like vegetable were not able to be cut and therefore were not eaten.
The glass of wine was generous, but the side order should not have been charged for under the cirumstances. It has been some years since I have left any restuarant without leaving a tip - until tonight.
Overall, a convenient choice for a conference, but perhaps explore the restaurants of Perth!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located on site at the Perth Convention Centre, in the heart of the CBD and close to many attractions like the magnificent Kings Park, Adina Apartment Hotel Perth is the perfect base for your upcoming visit to Perth, no matter whether you're travelling for business or pleasure. Likened to one big holiday resort, Perth offers many attractions, great climate, miles and miles of beautiful beaches and much more. Free transport is available in the CBD and the hotels location makes for easy access in and out of the city! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Medina Grand Perth Hotel Perth
- Medina Grand Hotel Perth
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