Hyatt Regency Perth

Hyatt Regency Perth

Located in the heart of East Perth, just minutes from Perth CBD, Hyatt Regency Perth boasts an 18-meter heated swimming pool and views of the Swan River. Free WiFi is available in all rooms and public spaces, and a free city shuttle is available each weekday morning. The ideal location of the hotel gives easy access to the public bus service free of charge.

The Hyatt Regency Perth Hotel offers spacious rooms overlooking the river or the city. The hotel’s fitness center and sauna are available in the suites.

At the Cafe Restaurant, La Strada Coffee Terrace or Plain Street Lounge, visitors will enjoy award-winning dining. It is also possible to visit a variety of East Perth neighborhood restaurants a short walk from the house.

Perth Airport is a 20-minute ride from Hyatt Regency Perth.

To travelers involved in easy public transport, leisure and shopping, East Perth is a great choice.

Hyatt Regency Perth
Hyatt Regency Perth
Hyatt Regency Perth
Hyatt Regency Perth

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Cheap flights and hotels discounts for Perth

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Perth is served by Perth Airport. Direct flights to Perth are offered by 20 airlines .

Perth and Australia attractions and landmarks

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