Pan Pacific Perth

Address: 207 Adelaide Terrace, Perth, Western Australia, 6000, Australia | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located in the East Perth area of Perth, is near Perth Mint, Supreme Court Gardens, Perth Concert Hall, and Government House.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPan Pacific Perth

    Reviewed by margshepherd

    Lovely place to stay

    Reviewed Jun 30, 2015
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Very helpful staff, clean rooms, nice beds.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by zakchahal

    Beautiful location, amazing staff

    Reviewed Jan 10, 2014
    by (10 reviews) London , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Amazing place to stay in the Perth City, we have a very good experience and over experience

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by isamulingbayan

    One of my best hotel stays

    Reviewed Dec 23, 2012
    by (1 review) , Philippines Flag of Philippines

    Excellent service. Spacious rooms. Great food selection.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Pan Pacific Perth

    Lovely

    from

    Great location and value for money. Lovely warm pool and amazing breakfasts!

    Comfortable

    from

    We stayed there for 3 nights last week. The hotel is good, Starwood brand's quality, staffs are friendly and helpful. Location is ok, our room facing both city and river views; It took us 30 minutes by walk to Northbridge for dinner, a bit far but acceptable as the weather is nice and it is safe to walk at night in Perth.

    Just the hotel offers free coffer/tea facility but no cream/coffeemate provide (milk in the fridge charges A$4.00, but good for 1-2 times only). Also, the indoor swimming pool is too small, locates next to the bar at the lobby which has no privacy and a bit strange feeling.

    Comfortable business hotel

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    From the descriptions on Trip Advisor of hotels in Perth it sounded like a good hotel desert, so I was surprisingly pleased when I arrived at the Sheraton at 2am in the morning. Despite the early arrival the greeting was warm and friendly. While my room was not large, it was clean, quiet and comfortable. As usual the comfort of the bed in The Sheraton was very good. The service in the restaurant was good, friendly and efficient. The location of the hotel is excellent and the views from the rooms delightful.

    A good hotel

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    We stayed for 3 nights in club rooms at the end of 2005 and for a single night on 2 Jan in an ordinary room. We were well treated by all staff and reception was efficient as was the concierge. The club lounge is modest as these things go but the service was excellent, the drinks were good, the nibbles were pleasant and reasonably varied and the breakfast was very good. The hotel is well situated - a couple of minutes from a bus stop, very near the waterfront and a 10 minutes walk from the city centre. Avis car hire is about 4 minutes away. The room was modern, fairly large and well appointed. The views from both sides of the hotel are impressive.

    A special price was offered by Expedia which the Sheraton company matched without fuss as they say they do in their web pages. All credit to the company for this and we felt that the hotel was excellent value for money.

    Just two negatives. Where on earth do they buy their toilet paper? Surely better quality can be offered? And in the main breakfast area on 3 January the sausages and the bacon were stone cold. Hot buffets should be hot - or don't offer them!

    Great hotel fabulous breakfasts

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    I stayed at the Sheraton in November 2005. The room was very comfortable with excellent views over the river; service was excellent throughout: bar platters were delicious; breakfast was superb: wonderful selection fresh and delicious: if you stay there make sure you leave time to enjoy the food and the excellent service. I was very impressed with this centrally located hotel and would definitely stay there again.

    Cl;ean, helpful staff, good location for getting about

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    We stayed for 8 nights in this very nice hotel. The staff were extremely helpful: the concierge especially, and our room was clean and reasonably large with a view of the river.

    The hotel is ideally located to get to the ferry (10 minute walk along the river bank)from which you can get to Freemantle or South Perth (Perth Zoo). By the way, 'Sassys By the Swan' near the ferry terminal does a fantastic, a pretty cheap, breakfast. The free bus service into town has a bus stop nearby (3 minutes walk), and the Perth Mint is nearby (3 minutes walk) which is worth a visit.

    The buffet dinner is good value, but if you want to eat anywhere else you are talking about a taxi ride of around $30-40 (excellent restaurants in Subiaco and the Casino complex - but we avoided Northbridge)

    Overall, well above average, but be aware it is popular for weddings and conferences so the bar, and breakfast, can be very busy.

    Sheraton Perth is a disgrace.

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    We just stayed at the Sheraton Perth Hotel in the Presidential Suite for a special night. It was our worst hotel experience anywhere in the world.

    The Presidential Suite costs $1800 per night! At 11.30am we were advised our room would be available from 3.00pm. After arriving to a 'valet-free' zone at 3.05pm it took until 4.00pm to get into the room because it was not ready. We were told to wait in the lobby as the bar was not open 'til 5.00pm.

    You know how when you stay somewhere nice, there is usually a welcome gift of fruit or something? The Sheraton doesn't. We stayed in a filthy room with 2 ashtrays full of cigarette butts, empty 2litre cool drink bottle, beer box carton under chair, urine stained floor mats in toilet. Powder room toilet smelled of urine because of urine spills on bowl. Floors were not vaccumed of dirt and rolls of fluff etc, no ice in freezer, drink stains on bedside tables. It goes on, but I wont.

    To cap it off, when we got our car back, there was an inch-long biro mark on the leather by the door handle of our new car.

    If this is the best they can do for the Presidential Suite, I certainly wouldn't use the other rooms. A very disappointing experience. Don't waste your money, go somewhere else.

    Not great location for families or leisure!

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    This is a basic buisness hotel. If you have business on St. George's Terrace and want to eat in the Hotel then this is the place for you. I like staying here for my Starwood points and for work. But for leisure get out to Fremantle, Subiaco, or Cottesloe. You can take the train into the city. Downtown dies at night. For me, the health club, the staff and the convenience make this a buisness only hotel. Families are not welcome here.

    Pleasant stay at Sheraton Perth

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    Sheraton Perth has a great location close to the Swan River and in a pleasant area of Perth. Walking distance to the boat departures for Fremantle. This trip is a must!

    The rooms are comfortable and the buffet dinner is well worth its price with a great variety of dishes including seafood.

    We enjoyed our stay and recommend it to others.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Pan Pacific Perth

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

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