City chic awaits in these upmarket contemporary residences situated in the city heart, within walking distance of the vibrant Barrack Square entertainment precinct and its iconic Bell Tower. Stylish modern furnishings, sleek kitchenettes and spacious living areas are revealed in the ultra-modern studios and apartments, and a selection of the accommodation options also boast a luxurious double spa bath. Dine at the cafe featuring a relaxed alfresco bar or opt for a short wander to sample the many restaurants and bars nearby.
Why we recommend the Citadines St Georges Terrace
- Located in the city centre
- Stylish, spacious living areas
- Sleek kitchenettes
- Some rooms with double spa baths
- In-house café
Attractions near the Citadines St Georges Terrace
Close to Citadines St Georges Terrace, on Roe Street, is Perth's take on Chinatown. Pagodas with lion statues mark the entrance to the area, built to commemorate the Asian communities who have been settling in Perth since the mid-1800s.
Over that time the different Asian cultures have been leaving their mark on the Western Australian capital, most noticeably in the restaurants and bubble tea outlets that thrive in the area.
The best time to visit Chinatown is at night, as the area comes alive with those who have left work and finished studying for the day.
Western Australian Museum
One of the highlights of family entertainment in Perth is the Western Australian Museum. There you'll find interesting permanent exhibits that teach about the history of the area and the local people.
Throughout the year there are also a number of changing exhibits, with appearances from the likes of dinosaur skeletons, Egyptian mummies and natural history.
The Western Australian Museum is one of six linked sites with the same goal – to inspire interest in local history and culture. If you enjoyed your visit here, consider one of the other five around the state.