Destination – Perth, Western Australia
You’ll find Sanno Marracoonda Perth Airport Hotel on the outskirts of Perth, just minutes from the Perth Airport in Western Australia.
A 2-3 minute drive from the airport and you will arrive in the suburb of Redcliffe, a mixture of residential housing and retail. Just 20 minutes and you will arrive in Perth CBD. Our location is ideal for those wanting to make the most of their holiday with a comfortable home base, corporate and fly-in/fly-out travellers.
Self-drivers, explorers and 4WD enthusiasts will be perfectly positioned when staying at Sanno Marracoonda Perth Airport Hotel because you are close to the attractions, but out of the bustle of town and the expense of hotel car parking.
Guests are ideally positioned close to landmarks such as Ascot Racecourse and the Swan River. Perth Concert Hall, Convention and Exhibition Centre as well as the WACA ground are just 20 minutes by car. For the football fans, Domain Stadium (Subiaco Oval) is just 30 minutes by car and accessible by public transport.
Directions to the hotel
If you are travelling to the hotel, the main hotel entry is Kanowna Avenue via Brearley Avenue not Great Eastern Highway. The main hotel entry address is: 46 Kanowna Avenue East, Redcliffe WA 6104.
Complimentary airport transfers
24 hour complimentary airport transfers are provided to and from the airport daily. Children under the age of 8 years cannot be transported as no appropriate restraints are fitted within the vehicle.
Unfortunately we cannot take pre-bookings for pick-ups. If you require a transfer from the airport, please contact the hotel on 08 9277 7777 once you have collected your luggage and advise what terminal you require pickup from. Return transfers must be pre-booked. When checking in, please speak to hotel reception staff to book your return transfer.
Regional aviation: (Skippers, Cobham etc): pick-ups and drop-offs are also available on request.
Perth, the capital of Western Australia, provides visitors with a range activities from action and adventure through to wine country, soft sandy beaches and beautiful gardens.
Adventure seekers will find some of the worlds most recognisable and spectacular rock formations in Western Australia, including the Pinnacles and Bungle Bungle Range. 4WD experiences are in abundance with the Gibb River Road stretching 660 kilometres between Derby and Kununurra.
If you prefer to travel on foot there are numerous hiking, walking and bike trails to discover. Syd’s Rapids & Aboriginal Heritage Trail is family friendly and provides interpretation on the indigenous history, plants and animals. Follow the route of the old Eastern Railway on the Railway Reserves Heritage Trail or enjoy the Eagle View Walk around the John Forrest National Park.
Margaret River and Swan Valley are two very well recognised wine regions in Western Australia. Margaret River is a unique wine region based on its combination of assets and its wine attributes whilst Swan Valley is Western Australia’s oldest wine region, dating back 180 years.
- Perth Observatory
- Riverside Gardens
- Perth Botanic Gardens
- Gateway to Margaret River and Swan Valley wine regions
- Cottesloe Beach
- Whale watching (in season)
- Perth Zoo
- DFO (Grand opening 3rd October)
- Crown Casino Perth
- Railway Reserves Heritage Trail
- John Forrest National Park
- West Australian Symphony Orchestra
- The Perth Mint
- Art Gallery of Western Australia
- King’s Park
- Swan Bell Tower
- West Australian Museum
- Elizabeth Quay