Monday, 23 March 2015

Hotel Review: Fraser Suites, Perth.

When I landed in Perth at 2am, going straight to the luxurious and glamorous Fraser Suites in the city was a god-send. Don't get me wrong, I love staying with friends, but after such a long flight and so little sleep, the huge bed and beautiful bathroom were very welcome. The hotel is really close to the airport as it's on the East side of the city near the WACA cricket stadium, and it's right on the foreshore overlooking the river.

I checked in and made my way up to the 12th floor where my one-bedroom premier suite was located. You could only use the lifts with your keycard, which made it feel really safe and secure! I was completely blown away with the suite, it was fresh and modern, and included small touches that just made it feel really glamorous and contemporary. They very kindly left me some treats on the dining room table - including a bottle of their own Shiraz! 

The suite had everything you could need, an open plan dining and living area with a small but gorgeous kitchen. Then you walk through to the beautiful bedroom and bathroom. When I was at the end of the room tour I was filming for my Youtube channel, I realized there was even a balcony with an amazing view over the CBD and main part of the city (which was only a 10 minute walk away as Perth is so small)!

I was so tired I got into my PJs, set my alarm as I had to pick up my car at 12noon, and then climbed into bed and fell asleep as soon as my head touched the pillow. 

The next morning I awoke and wasn't really hungry enough for breakfast after eating too much plane food and a shake shack burger at Dubai airport, so I stepped into the walk-in shower to freshen up after the long flight. There's no feeling quite like that of a hot shower after spending over 24 hours on a plane. The plane dried out my skin so much that my eczema flared up on my eye again, so I coated it in cream and then sorted out all of my luggage and bags. With my suitcase, camera bag, and handbag, I went downstairs to check out and walk 5 minutes down the road to the car hire company. 

I was really sad I wasn't staying longer, the swimming pool looks amazing and I hear the food at breakfast is pretty good too (although to be fair almost all Australian breakfasts' are absolutely amazing).

I'd definitely recommend Fraser Suites if you're staying in Perth! The staff were lovely and really welcoming even though I was checking in at 3am, and the suite was just beautiful. The starting rates for a studio apartment are $700 per night on the hotel website, and the one-bedroom premiere apartment I had starts at $1050 per night, however you can often find great deals on the likes of and other hotel sites (when I was looking I did find a studio room for around £130 per night on, and my one-bedroom suite cost around £220 - I honestly think the one-bedroom is well worth it if it's within your budget, as there's so much space and it's just nice to have a separate bedroom to the kitchen and living area).

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  1. WOW! This looks amazing! I can imagine it was a dream to stay at - especially after such a long flight! Any 5* hotel at that price with L'Occitane toiletries is somewhere I want to be!

    Lauren xx
    The Lifestyle Diaries

    1. I know, it was so gorgeous! That price is for the studio suites, the one-bedroom one like I had is more expensive, but even the studios are gorgeous and it's such a reasonable price!

      C x

  2. What a gorge hotel!! And a lovely bottle of wine is a fab greeting!! I hope your eczema is ok xx
    Lots of love,

    SilverSpoon London

    1. Very nice greeting, such a nice touch! Yeh it's much better now thank you :)

      C x


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