Perth

Historically, Scottish Kings were crowned at Scone Palace in Perth, helping shape the city into key centre of influence within Scotland that it is today. Make the most of your visit by taking your pick from our selection of hotels in Perth below. Scone Palace is still very much around and well, even though the days of Scottish kings have long passed, with its doors open to the public every April through to the end of September. Events are also regularly held at the palace, including the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust's Scottish Game Fair and Rewind Festival. Also nearby are Elcho and Huntingtower Castles, making Perth the ideal place for lovers of medieval history. Perth Concert Hall provides a high quality of evening entertainment, regularly drawing in big names thanks to the high capacity seating and excellent venue attributes for both visitors and performers. Perth can bea easily accessed by road, rail and thanks in part to its famously well-engineered rail bridges. Booking a hotel in Perth couldn't be easier. Simply browse our selection of hotels below and choose one that best suits your needs. Booking online with AccorHotels offers a host of benefits, including our Best Price Guarantee and last minute and real-time room availability.


Our hotels in Perth

3-4 star hotels

0.24 k.m from the city centre

Stay at the 3-star Mercure Perth Hotel, a charming converted 15th century watermill. This Perth hotel is located right in the city centre Perth, less ...

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