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Whether you’re in the market for hip or high-end, Perth’s new wave of hotels can accommodate.

The recently opened Crown Towers Perth is the latest addition to the city’s luxury hotel options. Like its Melbourne mothership, Crown Towers Perth is a study in “more is more” so guests check in to a light-filled lobby with soaring seven-metre-high ceilings, splash in multi-tiered pools in a terraced outdoor area and choose from the sprawling buffet at in-house restaurant Epicurean.

Perth's Newest Hotels in 2017

Como The Treasury is the group’s first Australian property and a masterclass in combining heritage (the hotel is housed within some of Perth’s oldest buildings) with contemporary convenience. The suite of eating and drinking options makes it an ideal home-away-from-home for the gourmet traveller.

Perth's Newest Hotels in 2017

Independent travellers will also feel right at home at Tribe in West Perth – the group’s first property in Australia. It features functional, streamlined rooms and communal areas that are part workspace, part gallery and part social club. Tribe Perth is opposite Kings Park and Botanic Garden and the Park View rooms have a glorious outlook.

Alex Hotel is another example of Perth’s next generation of urban, contemporary accommodation. The public areas – a buzzy mezzanine lounge and a rooftop bar with killer views – encourage you to stick around, while the James Street address makes it the perfect base for exploring Northbridge.

Perth's Newest Hotels in 2017

Planning ahead? Travellers to Perth will soon be able to recharge at DoubleTree by Hilton AmanSari Northbridge (late 2017), The Westin Perth (2018) and The Ritz-Carlton at Elizabeth Quay (2019).

SEE ALSO: A Weekend Escape to Perth

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