Fodor's Expert Review Fraser Suites Perth

10 Adelaide Terr., Perth, Western Australia, Australia

This flashy, executive-style hotel impresses guests with its good value, modern design, corporate standards, and the fact that every room is a self-contained suite. The Singaporean-owned, multimillion-dollar development provides handy access to both Perth’s skyscrapers and its airport. Sleek lines and modern interiors, particularly the arresting glass stairway in the lobby, give it a polished atmosphere. Though it’s clearly courting the corporate customer, there are subtle nods to Average Joe, with six free bikes available (after you sign a multi-page disclaimer), and a free inner-city bus stop across the road. Inside the suites, color themes stick to a black, gray, silver, and white combo, with fawn tones making up the balance. The menu at the hotel’s Heirloom Restaurant ($$) is in the hands of Aussie celebrity chef and paleo-diet fan, Pete Evans, and is accordingly organic and seasonal in focus.

PROS

  • free Wi-Fi
  • free bikes
  • free city bus stop out front
  • excellent restaurant
  • fantastic views

CONS

  • far eastern end of the CBD
  • perfunctory reception

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
BusinessViews
Sophisticated
Central
Design
$$$$

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 08-9261–0000

HOTEL DETAILS

236 suites
Rate Includes: No meals

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