Need to know
74, including eight X-Large rooms.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability; AU$40 is charged for late check-out till 2pm. Earliest check-in, 2pm.
Double rooms from $121.30 (AU$164), excluding tax at 10 per cent.
A lavish Continental breakfast buffet is included in room rates.
The hotel has a fleet of elegant vintage-style Lekker Bikes that guests can borrow for free. They’ll also give you a map, lock and helmet. The hotel’s library has a diverting selection of art and design books too. Space Agency, the architects behind Bread in Common – owner Nic Trimboli's achingly hip café and bakery – built the sleek, cubist yin-yang of a block the hotel resides in.
At the hotel
Espresso bar, lounge, library, mezzanine and roof terraces, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: TV with streaming movies, free bottled water, air-conditioning and local Sodashi bath products.
Our favourite rooms
Perth’s motley mix of 19th-century art deco buildings and sleek skyscrapers can best be admired from X-Large Room 602, which has a corner balcony, a glass wall in the bathroom and a window by the the bed (pillow fight your partner to see who gets to sleep on that side). X-Large Room 515 is the biggest in the hotel, and it has a balcony for sunset watching.
Comfy trainers for biking, and a stash of Tim Tams for when you feel peckish and don’t want to leave your room.
The hotel has a lift, and all common areas are wheelchair accessible. Four rooms (a little larger than the Medium rooms) have been adapted for guests with mobility issues.
This is a Smith-about-town kind of place, so best suited for older kids. Eight sets of Small, Large and X-Large rooms on each floor interconnect to form mini two-bedroom apartments. Cots for under-2s can be added to rooms free.