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Fraser Suites opens in Perth next week

By David Flynn     Filed under: perth, Fraser Suites

Tired of the 'same old, same old' when you visit Perth? Things will change for the better next week when Fraser Suites opens in the WA capital.

Claimed as "the first five-star all-suite apartment hotel to be built in the city in over a decade", Fraser Suites Perth features 236 five-star residence over 19 floors located at 10 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth, overlooking the Swan River and "close to the Perth Convention Exhibition Centre".

Rooms range from studios to one- and two-bedroom apartments, with special introductory rates from $245 per night for a studio residence and $270 per night for a one-bedroom apartment.

Most residences have washer and dryer facilities along with the standard fridge, microwave oven, dishwasher and kitchen.

And unlike too many hotels these days, wi-fi Internet access is free.

Here's some of what Frasers Hospitality promises for Fraser Suites Perth:

Fraser Suites Perth embodies Frasers Hospitality’s determination to deliver personalised quality service and distinctively modern and luxurious interiors.

Styled by award-winning interior design company RLD, the property features sophisticated and stylish spaces that are creative and eye-catching but also practical and functional with luxurious fabrics and custom designed contemporary furnishings.

Designed for comfort and practicality, the studio apartments feature a bright, fresh interior décor with muted tones and harmonious colours, and are equipped with work desks, kitchens, state-of-the-art home entertainment systems.

The apartments are complemented by world class facilities all conveniently located within the complex. These include a pool, sauna and 24-hour gym as well as a fashionable bar and The Dining Room restaurant offering al fresco dining.

In addition, business travellers are exceptionally well catered at Fraser Suites with a range of configurable meeting rooms and a Frasers Hospitality meeting package which offers free Wi-Fi, a customised service and an assigned co-ordinator to ensure the success of every business engagement.

For further details, visit www.perth.frasershospitality.com.

Click here to download the Fraser Suites Perth brochure (1MB PDF).

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David Flynn is the editor of Australian Business Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.

 

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1 on 14/5/13 by aero-seat

Looks really good! Definitely be on one of my have-to-try-hotels list. Love that hotels are now offering free wifi. Good article, AusBT!

2 on 15/5/13 by mitchimus

might be good to change the story title - fraser suites has been open for months.

1 on 15/5/13 by David

Really? We'll check that with Fraser Suites' PR agency, as their press release issued last week says "Fraser Suites Perth officially opens its doors this month" - perhaps they've been running as a 'soft opening'...

1 on 15/5/13 by mitchimus

that could be it...happy to stand corrected.

2 on 15/5/13 by brinkers

Could also be that a new Director of Marketing started last week....

3 on 15/5/13 by Kristian

It seems odd that this article says it's near the Convention Centre. 10 Adelaide Tce is actually in East Perth and is the opposite end of the CBD from the Convention & Expo centre. Over 2.5kms away. I think the buses in the city are still free, but it seems a strange landmark to choose.

It's close to the WACA and a high school, but there's not exactly a lot of life down that end of the city.

1 on 15/5/13 by David

Hi kdewsnap, thanks for that comment - I don't know Perth at all (sad to say!)... the observation about proximity of 10 Adelaide Terrace to the Convention Centre was taken from Fraser Suites' press release.

2 on 15/5/13 by 11sjw

Have to agree with kdewsnap.  Google Maps says it's 3km between the two.

1 on 15/5/13 by mitchimus

have to concur, I live in Perth and the Convention Centre is not a short stroll, it's at the opposite end of the CBD. Public transport between the 2 is free in both directions. Lots of buses serve the 'terrrace'.

 

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