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Perth and Western Australia Meeting Planners Guide : 2016-2018 Meeting Planners Guide
26 16kms from CBD 2016-18 Meeting Planners Guide Cottesloe, Scarborough and the Sunset Coast Further north is Scarborough, home to the largest coastal hotel in Perth, the Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough, a 4.5 -star beachfront hotel overlooking the ocean. Scarborough, like many locations in and around Perth, is being revitalised. Backed by the State Government and the City of Stirling, the redevelopment project aims to create one of Australia’s best beachfront destinations. The Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority plans to create a vibrant hub of activity with new restaurants, cafes, shops and entertainment with a range of event and activity spaces. In addition to the 336 rooms and suites at the Rendezvous Hotel Perth Scarborough, the sunset strip stretching from Cottesloe to Two Rocks offers a range of accommodation plus nonhotel venues with unique spaces ranging in size from 200 to 2000 guests (cocktail format). These include limestone caves, sporting venues, aquariums and function spaces with marina views. Accommodation • 4.5 -star: 336 rooms • 4-star: 364 rooms • 3-star: 237 rooms Dining • Fine Dining: 15 restaurants • Casual Dining: 90 outlets • Venues for 200 to 2000 guests: 8 venues Retail • Karrinyup Shopping Centre: 174 outlets • Sorrento Quay Hillarys Boat Harbour: 30 outlets • Lakeside Joondalup Shopping Centre: 300 outlets • Westfield Whitfords City: 234 outlets • Cottesloe, Napoleon St: 20 outlets Transport RAIL Operated by Transperth Northern Line - Scarborough, Hillarys and Joondalup Operated by Transperth Fremantle Line - Cottesloe ROAD Mitchell Freeway to Scarborough, Hillarys, Joondalup, Mindarie or West Coast Highway/Marmion Avenue. Stirling Highway to Cottesloe Cottesloe is home to one of Western Australia’s most iconic beachside venues, Indiana, formerly the Indiana Tea House. Indiana, built in 1910, sits alongside another iconic property, The Cottesloe Beach Hotel, which first opened its doors in 1905 and now boasts a sophisticated Beach Club catering for up to 840 guests. Cottesloe