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Joondalup City Hotel

 

Joondalup City Hotel is a brand new independently owned boutique hotel, nestling on a tree lined boulevard in the City Centre North of Joondalup, the lively capital of the Northern Suburbs of Perth, Western Australia; which is also a perfect gateway to discover many of the spectacular beaches along our idylic Sunset Coast...


Our stylish, modern design hosts 35 bedrooms and Apartments , with levels of comfort which will satisfy the tastes and needs of travellers and visitors to Western Australia. With professional service and friendly staff our 5-star attitude and 3-star pricing ensures guests have a pleasurable and affordable experience.

Centrally located and convenient for all the amenities within the city of Joondalup – a gentle five minute stroll will take you to the Lakeside shopping centre with its many and varied retail and restaurant outlets – bus and commuter train services are also housed here with frequent transfers to Perth just 20 minutes away.

Our hotel is also ideal for Arena Joondalup, with all its sporting and live event facilities. The vibrant City Centre houses many restaurants, clubs and traditional pubs; in spacious and delightfully landscaped surroundings. Within one of the many park areas, the stunning façade of the Edith Cowan University Campus rises dramatically out of the trees; this area also being the home of the Western Australian Police Academy. The Joondalup Hospital and Health Campus are also close by too.

 

 

Liquor Control Information:

Licence number - 6050111030

Class of licence - Hotel License

Name of licensee - TSA68 PTY LTD

Address - 18 Grand Boulevard, Joondalup WA 6027

Telephone number - 08 6365 8883

 

Warning

Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence:

- to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises; or

- for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premises.

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