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Beachside holiday accommodation on a beautiful island near Perth

Hotel Rottnest's original building served as the summer residence for the Governors of Western Australia from 1864, until Sir Gerald Strickland became the final Vice Regal tenant in 1912. The 'Governor's Cottage' was then converted to holiday accommodation as the island opened for tourism in 1917, with the formation of the Rottnest Island Board of Control.

The Bayside collection, which boast additional space & private courtyards overlooking the stunning views of Thomson Bay.

The Courtyard collection, open onto a shared guest courtyard with comfortable furniture and shade, and are only a short walk to Thomson Bay's white sandy beach.

Rottnest Island, also called Rotto, is a small island on the Western Australia coast only a short ferry ride away from Perth & Fremantle.It is a relaxed holiday destination with many things to explore.

Please note: You must be 18 years plus to stay at Hotel Rottnest.  Juveniles must be accompanied by a parent, step-parent or a legal gardian of the juvenile.  Penalty: a fine up to $2000.00.  (Liquor Control Act 1988)

  • Bayside Room

    Bayside Room

    Our Bayside Rooms all open to private courtyards with unrestricted views across Thomson Bay back to the mainland you have left behind for the day, or week. You can see Perth and Fremantle in the far distance.

  • Courtyard


    Our Courtyard Rooms* all open to a central courtyard, perfect for picnic lunch, or just a relaxed coffee with the morning paper, and just metres from the white sand beach of Thomson Bay. From Thomson Bay you can see Perth and Fremantle in the far distance.