Where to stay in Perth for senior citizens

MY MOTHER, IN HER LATE 80S, AND I ARE TRAVELLING TO PERTH ON THE INDIAN PACIFIC AND WILL STAY IN PERTH FOR A WEEK. AS MY MOTHER CANNOT WALK FAR WITHOUT RESTS, WE ARE WONDERING WHERE WOULD BE THE BEST PLACE TO BOOK A HOTEL AND WHAT TO VISIT?
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Rather than sharing a hotel room, an apartment would give you more space and the freedom to prepare your own breakfast and other meals if you felt like it, and your mother might be tired at the end of the day and not feeling like a meal out. The Adina Apartment Hotel (deals.adinaapartmenthotels老域名出售备案老域名) is just a five-minute walk from St Georges Terrace and the heart of the city. Reviews are good, the price is reasonable and there are plenty of dining options close by. Another apartment-style hotel you might consider is the Citadines St Georges Terrace (citadines老域名出售).

Perth Explorer (citysightseeingperth老域名出售) operates a hop-on, hop-off bus and this is a great way to familiarise yourself with the main sights. The tour includes stops at Kings Park, one of the city’s highlights, but there are hills and you might want to limit your exploration of this lovely park.

Perth Explorer also operates  a Triple Tour, a two-day package that includes a cruise on the Swan River and the Fremantle Tram Tour along with the hop-on hop-off bus tour and since you have plenty of time this would be well worthwhile. In Fremantle, the historic jail and the Shipwreck Galleries of the Museum of Western Australia are highlights and don’t miss the Batavia exhibition.

The Perth Mint, the Art Gallery of Western Australia, the WA Museum and watching the sunset over the Indian Ocean from the cafes at Cottesloe Beach are some of the city’s main attractions.

You could take a day trip out to Rottnest Island and if so, there are electric scooters and an electric buggy for hire, but book ahead with the Visit Rottnest Island Authority (rottnestisland老域名出售) .

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