Miss Maud Swedish Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMiss Maud Swedish Hotel Perth
Very beautiful little hotel in the city centre, but quite expensive. But the restaurant connected to the hotel provides a lovely breakfast and we were glad to have found it in the middle of the night.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Miss Maud Swedish Hotel Perth
Excellent Place to Stay
Stayed here for 2 nights July 2005. Got a reasonably good rate by mailing the hotel direct. Room was small, but felt rather quaint (in a good way), comfortable. We booked the smaller twin rooms. Service was unfaultable. Good location as well. I guess I don't have to mention the breakfast :) Yummy.
This place is terrible AVOID AT ALL COST
I have no idea what the other reviewers have been on (maybe the payroll) but this place is really really bad. Rooms are small and old, this hotel is old, poorly located has NO facilities, this about a 2 star hotel at best. Please do yourself a favour and see perth for what it is, stay at a decent hotel.
Always Fantastic, an absolute must when in Perth
My husband and I live here in Western Australia, every time we have visitors from the UK or other parts of the world we always take them to Miss Mauds, we either go for dinner, or book into the hotel overnight. The dining is second to none, dinner and especially breakfast is fantastic. When we dont have visitors, we visit Miss Mauds for dinner and we also stay overnight in the hotel. We have also took our local friends and stayed at the hotel. Very good value for money, the staff are always helpfull, courteous and happy, they always make you feel special. I would highly recommend Miss Mauds. You will be missing out if you dont go!
My husband and I have visited Perth twice and each time we have had a meal at Miss Maud's, but the second time we stayed for the night having the evening meal and the breakfast. Our friends who live in Perth recommended that we stay the night and we were not disappointed. If you are visiting Perth you have got to go to Miss Maud's everything about it is amazing.
Just returned from a week stay at Miss Maud Swedish Hotel in Perth, Australia. We had a fabulous stay. It came highly recommended through the reviews that we booked this Miss Maud and certainly lived up to it.
The room was spacious and cozy. We loved the swedish atmosphere, the setting, excellant food as well the friendly staff. We will definitely come back to stay here again in our next visit.
Clean and Simple; Great Location
The Miss Maud Swedish Hotel is clean, simple, and inviting, with a friendly and helpful staff. The rooms are old-fashioned (in a good way) and comfortable. The breakfast buffet is apparently an institution in Perth, and a lot of locals come in to enjoy it, particularly on Sundays. It has a wide selection of foods and no one will go away hungry. There is also a separate pastry shop. The hotel has a wonderful location, within easy walking distance of the downtown area, the city's main pedestrian mall, and the Swan River.
We enjoyed our stay in early April, 2005, and would stay there again.
Central, Clean and Quiet
We stayed here in September 2004, and it was quite nice.
Perth was extremly busy at the time so we only happened across Miss Mauds in desperation. The rooms were definately worth the money, esp with the HUGE breakfast they put on.
The staff are really nice and helpful and accomodated us in every possible way.
Its also in the middle of town, so you're very close to everything.
We'd been in Oz for a while, so the best thing about this place was the Laundy Room. Its very cheap and very very handy.
Also, for a snack during the day, check out the pastries and nibbles downstairs in the cafe.. divine!
I spent 5 nights there for business. I had lived in Perth for a while and was aware of the massive Miss Maud breakfast so I thought "why not" stay there. The rooms were neat but small. The thing that swayed me was the b'fast. You know the food is good when there are teams of people not staying at the hotel booked in for breakfast every day. Each morning there was at least one large 15+ group from the hospital or a law firm booked in for a breakfast meeting. That is a great indication of quality. Also you can have your dinner brought up to you if the restaurant is too busy (no extra charge). Yum
4 star excellence at a 2 star price
Where to start.....where to start? So many good things to say, so little space.... I had been recommended this hotel by a work colleague but was a little nervous as it did sound like some sort of "zany" backpackers or a house of ill repute. It is (thankfully), neither!
$75 (on Wotif) got me a smallish room that was neat as a pin. I'd say the whole hotel has been newly refurbished and my bathroom was better than my own at home. The room inc a mini bar, TV, phone, plenty of blankets etc etc. Very, Very clean throughout the whole hotel and very friendly and helpful staff.
The room included a complimentary smorgasbord breakfast which was HUGE! Included both continental and a hot buffet - all you can eat. Load up and forget about lunch. Delicious pancakes & blueberries.
The hotel is ideally located - only 1 block away from the city mall, 2 blocks from the train station, free city circuit bus on the door step. You know you're in a good area when the Sebel is on the same block!
I would not hestitate to recommend Mis Maud's to frinds and family and will stay there again, next time I'm in Perth. Well worth the high rating.
A Hotel worths to be considred
Stayed in this hotel for 5 nights. Good location. Close to shopping centers, train station, pier, Northbridge, business area.
Room (Nordic) is small but well equipped (but there is no shampoo provided in the bath room)
Rate includes buffet breakfast
Staffs are polite and helpful
For A$105 per nite, this hotel definitely is the choice
TripAdvisor Reviews Miss Maud Swedish Hotel Perth
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