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Featuring direct beach access, the Hotel Rottnest features an on-site bistro/bar. The staff went out of their way to help me rent a bike, get a shower before my ferry, etc. One of the most pleasant easy experiences of my life
Providing an outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi, Discovery Rottnest Island has accommodations in Rottnest Island. location was perfect. pool was great and the staff were really helpful.
Across from the beach, the Rottnest Island Authority has independent accommodations on beautiful Rottnest Island. The property was basic so couldnt check the box above - we were in Caroline Thompson cabin. It was great.
Just 1000 ft from Garden Lake, Rottnest features a swimming pool, 2 bars and a restaurant. All rooms come with a TV, mini-refrigerator and free buffet breakfast. We spent 8 glorious nights at Karma. Cooked breakfasts were beautiful (don’t eat Bircher muesli prunesor yoghurt ew, it made me sick!). I loved that we received an upgrade to a lake view apartment at the generosity of Karma because we were one of the unfortunates who flew to Bali on Jetstar and got turned back 13 minutes out from Bali and headed back to Perth via Port Hedland for an hour, which meant our flight went from a quick 3 hour trip to 8 hours! We loved all the nights in the Karma Bar! Great holiday spot, winter or not!! Loved the Quokkas, especially our Rotto pub wine friend Henry!
Located within a 3-minute walk of University of Notre Dame Australia in Fremantle, Harbourside Apartments provides accommodations with a flat-screen TV. Complimentary WiFi is featured. Perfect lunch cation near train station and close to shops, restaurants and cafes.
Featuring barbecue facilities and a garden, Old Fire Station Backpackers is located in Fremantle, a 4-minute walk from University of Notre Dame Australia. First of all the hostel is near everything, port sheds that goes to perth or rottnest island, train station, small mall, tourists attractions in a walking distance, beaches, restaurants, and the free ride cat buses that do full circuit around fremantle.The area is safe so no worries! Markets are in a short walking distance.For the hostel: the staff was very friendly and the will help you in anyway they can. They speak alot of languages.there are plenty showers and baths,you wont wait i think in a line in this hostel...there are two kitchens for cooking with everything you need. Fridges and freezers for storing your food!common areas outside, downstairs and upstairs! Rooms : enough space, bed do not move or make sounds, comfy.There is aircondition also.you have shelf for storing your basic things that you need daily.linels, blanket and dishes are provided. Bring your towel. Each door needs code on order to enter so its enough secure but same time that hostel treats you like a member of their team so nothing to be afraid.for woman there is also seperate dorm that no men are alowed. There are always events organized for keeping the people entertained and happy. Music, pin pong, football table, books, games can be found in the facilities common rooms. Each day the staff cleans good the bathrooms and facilities.generally it was great experience and such great value for money!
Set in an historic 19th-century building, Fremantle Bed & Breakfast offers comfortable accommodations just 5 minutes’ walk from the Fremantle town center and Fremantle Passenger Terminal. Owner comm excellent and mini apartment rustic, private and Fremantle in microcosm.
Located in Fremantle, a few steps from Challenger Harbour and a 2-minute walk from Royal Perth Yacht Club Fremantle Annexe, Oceanside 8 provides accommodations with amenities such as free WiFi and a... Really like the view, the location, the peacefulness of the area.
Featuring sea views, Oceanside 7 provides accommodations with a terrace, around a few steps from Challenger Harbour. Nice apartment has all the facilities required for A holiday and in a good location
Oceanside 23 in Fremantle has accommodations with free WiFi, a few steps from Challenger Harbour and a 2-minute walk from Royal Perth Yacht Club Fremantle Annexe.
I love Pinky's Beach and The Basin for snorkelling, Rottnest Hotel for sundowners and dinner, Frankie's for breakfast, and The Bakery for an outstanding pie. Rottnest is a stunningly beautiful island, and it is impressive how the authorities have made its gorgeous beaches and other facilities accessible to visitors while still maintaining its natural assets in their pristine state. It's a difficult balance that they have somehow got right, in my opinion. Though I'm not really a cyclist, a bike is a must - not necessarily to cycle hard-core all the way around the island in the blazing sun, but just to get to and from your accommodation, shops and restaurants, and your favourite beach. We only spent a night this time, but if you stay longer there are many walking tours and other options for sightseeing and to find out more about the history and culture.
Loved everything about Rottnest island. The ferry ride was great and once on the island, the people were friendly and happy. The whole laid-back feel of the island is what I love. With push bikes to hire and beautiful little quokkas everywhere and a fantastic pub with a really great band playing. What a great way to chill out.
Good-Beautiful beaches and crystal clear water, go for a hike and find yourself a secluded little lagoon to have a swim. Bad- Everything on the island is expensive, I don't know how families afford to go here for a holiday, what I spent on getting to the island, 2 nights staying here and other expenses, I could of got a flight to Bali and had accommodation for a week.
Great place to visit. Beautiful beaches and quokkas galore. Recommend riding around whole island. Was warned of rough ferry crossings in the late afternoons - go earlier or take motion sickness meds.
great place to visit with young kids, we went in winter with heavy storms and still loved it. my 5 year old still says he wants to go live there, 4 weeks later. Quite expensive for food, I would take as much as you can with you, and make the most of the cheap luggage delivery to your accommodation from the ferry. the train ride up the mountain was good with our boys and going to the take to catch sea monkeys. We 'just snacked out and had dinner at the chalet
Lots of secluded beaches, the bakery was a delight. Enjoyed the quiz at the Gov bar and the knowledge of the very helpful cashier at the general Store. All in all a lovely experience and looking forward to returning.
8.0 Very Good 618 reviews
Really no reason to stay at Rottnest Island overnight if you are a budget traveler and this is your only option. Take the first ferry in and the last ferry out and keep your bags at a hostel in Perth.
8.5 Very Good 98 reviews
Rottnest Island is always amazing. The resort itself is still very new and “settling in”. The tents are spacious and nice (the largest ones that sleep 4).
7.9 Good 607 reviews
Superb location with a prime view of the bay from the balcony. Very friendly helpful hotel staff. Great for access to all amenities in the area.
7.4 Good 1,041 reviews
Nothing glamorous but a decent hotel for a stay on Rottnest Island with everything you need. The breakfast was really great!