CONS - Old style CRT television, only a few Foxtel cable stations (ghosty too), surrounded by residential, no restaurants or shops in immediate vicinity, no underground or secure parking, restaurant closed Sunday nights, not the cleanest place. Bed felt tinny. Hotel and locale felt sterile and lonely - yet almost $200 per night. Internet @ $20 night. Not a good place for single female because it's isolated
PROS - If you're a walker, Lakeside Shopping Centre is a 10-15 walk away as is Edith Cowan University and the city train network. Very quiet!
Next time I'm in Perth I'd stay near Hillarys Wharf marina complex or Scarborough (for beaches and trendy dining), downtown (for a good range of 4 and 5 star hotels) or Fremantle (for cafes and character)
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- The Joondalup City Hotel is a brand new independently owned boutique hotel, nestling on a tree lined boulevard in the City Centre North of Joondalup, the capital of the Northern Suburbs of Perth, Western Australia. Our stylish, modern design hosts 35 bedrooms and suites, with levels of comfort which will satisfy the tastes and needs of travelers and visitors to Western Australia. With professional and friendly staff, our 5-star attitude and 3-star pricing ensures a pleasurable and affordable experience. ... more less
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