January 5, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Duxton Hotel in Western Australia, Australia
Located in the heart of the City, the Duxton Hotel is only a few minutes’ walk away from Perth’s major shopping, entertainment and restaurant centres.
Guests can stroll along the Swan River and through tranquil central parklands which are located right on our doorstep. The Hotel features its own taxi rank so guests can travel to other locations with ease; and, it is also adjacent to a bus stop which leads to many central Perth attractions free of charge.
Location of Duxton Hotel
Nearest Airport: PER
Amenities for Duxton Hotel
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Room
- In-Room Amenities
- Business Center/Services
- Conference Facilities
- Catering Services
- Shopping Mall
- National Park
- Convention Center
Reviews for Duxton Hotel
had a great time upgraded to a riverview room on a higher floor-excellent close proximity to CBD where we spent many hours enjoying the preservation of heritage buildings public transport was easy to use covering all directions from CBD
MaryBrown848 - Melbourne, Australia
Great price, fantastic staff, food out of this world.You can pay for a more expensive room, but its not needed. Rooms are large, clean and comfortable. Has a great bar. Great place for a wedding reception.
755eloc - Busselton, Australia
The Duxton is a nice hotel for a quick visit to Perth. If I were staying longer I would get a Services apartment. Centrally located with a nice lobby and facilities. Service is good but a little on the stuffy side. I was surprised at the $300 incidentals holding charge after I had fully paid for the room already. That holding charge does not get returned for 3 working days from check-out. I think this is excessive and for some travellers my impact their available cash-flow. Room was clean and a good size. TV options were average and the remotes are very frustrating to use.
AnthonyMaroubra - Maroubra, Australia
Spending a couple of nights in Perth and taking in a WASO concert I chose the 5 Star Duxton. Greeting staff and reception were very good. Things go down hill from there even after paying a premium for club level and service. The restaurant was average and messed up. Ordered hot English mustard to go with my steak and got a pot of hot English tea. Aromatic wine was old and over the hill, the medium rare steak was still bleeding. The room key failed and had to join a long que to refresh it, I approached the concierge and he was not interested. Tried to buy a snack in the bar that "supplies snacks at all times" only to be told we are busy so cant help. Called down to get my cars bought up and was told" I am very busy and I will have to wait" These were a few of the irritations that made our weekend not as good as it could have been. I have communicated this to Mr Doig the GM and his explaination was at about the same level. I thought 5 star hotels are never to busy for the customer. In our eyes this is just a 3 star hotel pretending to be a 5 star.
PhilF154 - Perth, Australia
We stayed for a wedding and as we had young kids we decided to book a room with a separate lounge area so we could get them to bed and still stay up a bit later without disturbing them. We found our room neat and clean. The lounge area was really large with a separate table for eating (very handy when we ordered room service for their early dinner), the bathroom was clean and had a great sized bath, but the bed was a Queen size! What is going on here?! We told them we had kids with us and not only was the bed too small but they didnt put a rollaway in. There was plenty of room for said rollaway bed and it would have been helpful. I thought about calling for it, but with a wedding to get to and children to feed before I changed, I ran out if time. Needless to say by the time we got back I was too tired and while my hubby and one child slept fine, my son and I ended up on the couch and my sleep was miserable. In the morning we went down for the complimentary breakfast which was lovely, but I honestly dont find the seating arrangement down there particularly helpful for kids. All in all, not particularly family friendly, but a very nice hotel for a couples getaway