Perth, Broome Accommodations

Feb 2nd, 2006, 08:11 AM
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Perth, Broome Accommodations

I would appreciate hotel recommendations for a one night stay in Perth followed by a one night stay in Broome. In Perth I would prefer to be near the airport because I have an early morning flight to Broome. In Broome I would prefer to be close to the "Kimberly Klub" hostel because I have an early moring meeting there. Thanks for your input.
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Feb 2nd, 2006, 12:26 PM
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If you're just looking for a decent place to spend the night in Perth, you might take a look at the Inter-City Motel in Belmont.

We spent one night there after a late arrival, early departure. We selected this motel because it was inexpensive (A$102 per night), near the airport, and offered free airport pick-up and 24 hour reception.

The motel was fine for a one night stay (or seven hours in our case). It was clean and comfortable, but pretty basic.
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Feb 2nd, 2006, 05:35 PM
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We stayed at the Parmelia Hilton, right in the middle of the city, with an excellent restaurant, serving the best steaks!

In Broome we stayed at Cable Beach Resort & Bali Hai resort. We had a week in Broome after our cruise from Cairns. Check out for great rates on the Hilton & Cable Beach Resort. We booked thru them and got very good discounts. One night in Broome is not enough but it's better than no nights in Broome!
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Feb 2nd, 2006, 07:32 PM
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I have no idea whether Cable Beach Club is near the Kimberly Klub - but can also recommend it if it is - wonderful place to stay.
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Feb 3rd, 2006, 02:47 AM
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Why not stay at the Kimberley Club itself?

It's ages since I was there (1997) and I think it had been open less than a year then. It just knocked me out - such luxury in a backpackers' hostel!! Huge kitchen, lovely pool, clean rooms and showers. A bit nannyish in its approach to the guests - but still.

From memory I think they have ensuite rooms - meant for couples but you could see if you could get one for single occupancy.

I am curious about your reference to a meeting. Why would someone who doesn't even consider staying there need to go there at all, especially on such a flying visit?

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