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Old Sep 22nd 2017, 11:17 am   #1
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Hi
Just wondering how hard it is to find a hotel room,
that can accomodate 3 people , 2 adults and a 13 yr old
in Perth.
I heard that it's hard to get a room for more than 2 adults.
Thanks

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Old Sep 22nd 2017, 11:36 am   #2
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Hi
Just wondering how hard it is to find a hotel room,
that can accomodate 3 people , 2 adults and a 13 yr old
in Perth.
I heard that it's hard to get a room for more than 2 adults.
Thanks
In my experience - not in Perth but Perth hotels are just hotels in Australia that are the same the world over - is that it's very common to have family rooms in most hotels. I've no idea who told you it's hard but I wonder if they've actually stayed in hotels or if they've 'heard from friends' also. Don't worry about it. Check out any of the websites - Trivago, Expedia, Wotif, Bookings etc, there will be thousands of options.
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Old Sep 22nd 2017, 12:13 pm   #3
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Thank you very much , I hadn't looked at family rooms
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