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Upgrade your stayBoek een heerlijke massage in de Rose Moon Spa om bij te komen na een lange dag in de stad. Genieten!
(33 m²) Airco, televisie, WiFi, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met föhn.
(39 m²) Airco, televisie, WiFi, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met bad, aparte douche en föhn.
(33 m²) Airco, televisie, WiFi, kluisje, minibar, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, strijkplank en -ijzer, badkamer met föhn, met rivierzicht.
Gelegen op loopafstand van het centrum van Perth.
- 5 Restaurants
- Shuttleservice naar het centrum (alleen in de ochtend)
- Hardlopen en fietsen (in nabije omgeving)
- Golf (in nabije omgeving)
Perth is een mooie stad in het Westen van Australië met ruim één miljoen inwoners. Moderne bouwwerken gaan hand in hand gaan met Victoriaanse huizen. De zon schijnt er vrijwel het hele jaar. Hier kunt u gerust een paar dagen bijkomen van de lange vlucht, want er valt genoeg te beleven.
A most enjoyable stay with an amazing upgrade. Excellent service and a hotel which rates with the best! Location with views over the Swan River are amazing and we would rate better than hotels looking onto Lake Geneva.
"ordinary city hotel"
We have just stayed at the Hyatt for our first three nights in Australia. Initially we were allocated a first floor room with balcony, sounds great as the booking form had stated pool or city view. Our room was located immediately outside a public meeting area, and the view from our balcony was of a covered walkway just above the entrance ramp (the city was out there somewhere, although in another direction. (I do wonder if it is that we are independent travellers that large hotels feel they can fob you off with rubbish). Luckily it was 11.30pm and Marianne the receptionist was well disposed to us and found us an alternative room on the 7th floor. This room was a very good size, clean with good quality fresh linen. perfect for what we needed. We only had breakfast once and at a cost of Â£52 for the two of us we wouldn't do it again. Perth is an expensive city but this was the most outrageous rip off we encountered. The hotel is located on the east side of the city, not really in walking distance of the centre where the bars and restaurants are, however buses stop right outside and are free so long as you stay within the CBD. This is probably best suited to businessmen with expense accounts or those coming for a cricket test match as it is a stones throw from the WACA. Parking at the hotel is Â£17 per night.
"Left in the Dark of Night"
In mid-October 2016 I flew from TXL - FRA - Dubai - PER and had a 10-hr layover in Perth. I had booked the Hyatt for 1 night for 17OCT2016 a n d had sent an airmail letter announcing my arrival at around 2 a.m.. When I arrived at the Hyatt at around 0220 a.m., I found the forecourt dark and deserted, kind of 'western-style with some wind whistling through' (eery!). A ramp for access to the hotel is common place at say 99 % of all hotels; how else does one get one's bags into the hotel without humping them for some distance? Not here. The hotel on-ramp was simply 'missing' the access having been designed by some 'sharp brain' as an imposing flight of stairs with side-tracks for bag trolleys. I found 2 bag trolleys parked half way up on the on-ramp. There was no communication facility for alerting the Hyatt's front desk of my arrival. As a result, myself and my 4 bags of around 80 kgs in total were stranded at the foot of the hotel and totally ignored. I walked up the flight of stairs half way and fetched one of those 2 bag trolleys. I loaded up my bags, pushed the trolley up-hill for 90 % up the side-track to the ramp and was 'greeted' by a porter who insisted to push the trolley himself past the Hyatt's very set of cameras covering the hotel entrance. Keep in mind, I had been 'on the road' for close to 40 hrs with layovers of up to 5 hrs in FRA and Dubai. It was cold in Perth. I was tired and really in need of some help in the form of receiving assistance with my bags. None was given. I complained when I checked in and asked for the hotel manager to call me in the morning. There was no call. No-one gave a toss. They had my money and .. hey, that was it, bags or not. The porter later explained he had been on a 'fire drill' or some other bs. Hence he arrived late .. when I had done all the heavy lifting and was hardly 10 meters away from the check-in desk. All amounted to a VERY dismal performance by a 5-star. A total disgrace. The hotel's 2 ladies at the front desk felt very comfortable in the warmth hacking away at their key boards and muttered some text-book 'apologies'. They MUST have seen my on your CCTV struggling with my bags .. and ignored me, happily pocketing those AUD 50 per hour or so including the night-time loading. This shows again that the (pre-)paying customer counts nothing once the money is 'in the bag'. I have been a loyal IC-Hotel card-carrying member (NOT Hyatt) for the past 15 years and only booked the Hyatt for its much closer vicinity to a business I intended to frequent in the morning .. which I did not even do on account of too few hours of sleep. I have probably spent 400 nights in IC hotels (NOT Hyatts) and I have NEVER experienced such lack of regard and lack of interest on the part of staff, certainly not in return for AUD 247.50 for a standard 'good-but-not-that-great' kind of a room.
"Perth visit "
Recently visited Perth on a short holiday with my wife and stayed at the Hyatt. Couldn't fault this hotel at all. We arrived late at night and the young man I think his name was Stephen could not have been more helpful. It seemed he was a jack of all trades, helping us with our bags and while the receptionist was helping someone else he was able to check us in, even at 1am both him and the lady receptionist had infectious smiles, what a warm welcoming. This set the tone for our entire stay, from our encounters with housekeeping and the breakfast staff nothing was too much for any of them. On recommendation from Stephen we tried the Malaysian themed restaurant downstairs and were very impressed only slight criticism being it could use an extra person, the poor waiters were run off their feet. Our check out was efficient and again smiles all round. We can't wait to visit Perth again and especially stay at the Hyatt.
Quit pleasant hotel would not rate it as a 5 star, due to only one restaurant, but if you wish functions here then they have plenty of ball rooms. the young lady that deals with them is very good , well she did for our St Andrews day Ball, she was extremely helpful. How ever the Chef needs to read up on some dishes, especially Haggis neeps and Tatties, you don't mash the neeps with the Tatties, the are served along side the haggis with a whiskey source. Also prawns need to be served fresh, not frozen ones to look fresh, they smell totally different. But the rest was very good and the wine kept on flowing. AS a Gold member can not see any advantage, person with scoupon deals get treated better and even up grades to the 8 Floor.
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