The good: friendly staff, great location and the room was clean. The bad: bed was uncomfortable. The walls paper thin - I could hear the people in the rooms next to me. Very noisy. Had a room with a private balcony with views of the beach. The furniture was dirty and uncomfortable. Plus it was noisy due to other patrons being on their balconies and not being mindful of noise. Honestly, better to have a room that shares that communal grounds. It's quieter and cheaper.
Like most accommodation on Rottnest it is getting a little long in the tooth, but it was clean and comfortable. Check in was effortless, the ladies at reception called us once our room ready which was hugely appreciated.
We stayed at Hotel Rottnest for only one night but it was a nice place. When trying to book online there wasn’t an option for a single day reservation (2 day minimum) but we called guest services and they made an excerption... the hotel had much more of a “club” vibe that I was expecting after all I just came for the Quokkas but it was a cool spot for beers and people watching. Our room was basic for the price but they have the leverage to charge a lot for a little... over all I was happy, lots of quokkas around and even a peacock. A solid thumbs up from the Uncharted Wanderers we are.
Hotel Rottnest went out of their way to create happy memories for my sons birthday. The staff set up the function area with a perfect view over the ocean. The food was 12 out of 10..so one guest said. Nothing was too much trouble, and we are looking forward to next years celebrations!
We stayed for 2 nights in the hotel ina three bedded room. We are here for a birthday celebration. The hotel is the only place on the island that you can stay if you want to stay less than a week in the height of the season (I believe). The room was spacious with all the usual facilities. It is a room-only hotel, although there is a restaurant next to the hotel it wasn't open for breakfast,but there are a couple of places not far away. The hotel is near the jetty where the ferries come into the island, so not far to walk, and the main shopping, tourist office, etc are a short walk away. They have a large bar area outside that overlooks the harbour and beach. At the end of the day, you don't go to Rottnest to stay in your hotel room. The rooms were what you expect, clean, tidy,…