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Whether your ideal holiday involves relaxing on the beach or exploring canyons and gorges in the desert, Western Australia offers landscapes, opportunities and climates to suit just about anyone.

The sparkling blue waters of the Indian Ocean offer a huge range of watersports and underwater adventures, while the vast expanse of red desert in Western Australia’s spectacular outback will provide experiences you will never forget. Whether it is the bustle of the big city, laid-back beach culture, or excitement in the outback, Western Australia has it all.

For visitors looking for hotels in Western Australia’s Broome, choose Mercure Broome for the perfect getaway. The hotel offers 136 rooms, restaurant, bar and swimming pool. The hotel is positioned in tropical gardens and set between red desert and azure sea. Guests are also only five minutes from the world-famous Cable Beach, a 20km stretch of soft white sand and exquisite blue waters, the perfect place to while away a relaxing day or watch a magnificent sunset. ibis Styles Albany is the perfect option for visitors looking for hotels in Western Australia’s beautiful, rugged southern coast. The hotel offers guests excellent service, a comfortable and friendly environment, and is ideal for business or leisure travel. The hotel also features a great restaurant, where guests can enjoy a relaxing meal and a glass of locally-produced wine. Visitors can enjoy the Albany’s wild beauty, its dramatic history, and its vibrant culture.

For visitors looking for hotels in Western Australia that offer a superb golfing getaway, Mecure Bunbury Sanctuary Golf Resort is the ideal choice. Set on 56 hectares of lush fairways, gardens and lakes, the resort offers spectacular views in all directions. Located in the Geographe wine region, the resort is also the perfect place to sample the best locally-grown wines. Bunbury is also home to one hundred bottlenose dolphins that reside in Koombana Bay, which has become one of the best places to interact with these amazing creatures in their natural habitat. Sun, adventure, nature at its best and friendly people – this is what you’ll find in Western Australia at any time of year. It is a land blessed with spectacular diversity where the rich reds of ancient interior rock formations contrast with the sparkling blues of the Indian and Southern Oceans and the lush greenery of the stunning southern regions.

Perth, the state’s capital, is renowned as one of Australia’s most welcoming and attractive cities. A walk through its inner city yields a smattering of green spaces including magnificent Kings Park, with the ever-present beauty of the Swan River adding to its relaxed, nature-based feel. Novotel Perth Langley is centrally located to Perth’s best shopping, dining and night life with contemporary guestrooms and apartments, restaurants and bars. Many rooms offer magnificent views of the Swan River making it an ideal choice for both leisure and business travellers. Mercure Perth, ibis Perth and ibis Styles Perth also offer great value accommodation, modern guestrooms and superb dining in the city centre or Perth’s vibrant entertainment precinct, Northbridge.Just minutes from the business district, The Sebel East Perth offers a vibrant waterfront location and self-contained apartments within picturesque urban oasis and dining hub, Claisebrook Cove.

Heading south to the scenic Peel Region discover The Sebel Mandurah on the glittering Mandurah Estuary, a favourite leisure destination offering dolphin spotting, stunning beaches and world class golf courses. The state’s South West and Margaret River Region are famous for world-class wineries, unspoiled beaches and tall timber forests. Enchanting Pullman Bunker Bay Resort is an idyllic beachfront retreat nestled on the white sands and crystal waters of secluded Bunker Bay, perfect for indulging in the award-winning wines the region is famous for. Whales play in the tranquil waters in front of the resort on their annual migration from August to December. Western Australia’s spectacular Coral Coast makes for some amazing underwater adventures, fishing and water sports in Geraldton, and inland head to historic Kalgoorlie to discover the romance of the Goldfields and the colours of breathtaking seasonal wildflowers. The ancient Kimberley and Pilbara regions are sure to delight with rugged historic landforms, deep red gorges and Aboriginal culture.

Whether it is the bustle of the big city, laid-back beach culture, or excitement in the outback, Western Australia has an Accor hotel wherever your travel takes you.