Located on the coastline of the Southern Ocean is the Western Australian town of Esperance. It was named after ship that was one of the first to lay anchor in the area (during a storm no less) and is French for ‘hope’.
It is quite a popular tourist destination amongst local and international tourists alike, particularly those interested in water recreation. The warm summers and cool winters have made for a relatively pleasant environment.
One of the main reasons that tourists choose budget motels in Esperance is the stunning beaches and salt water lakes. Pink Lake, which gained its rosy hue from the red algae living in it, is one of the most popular lakes to visit. The area has even been voted as having the best beaches and whitest sand in Australia. The town is also home to the Cyclops wave, which is the heaviest in the world.
There are also five major national parks in the area, which are hugely admired amongst those staying at cheap accommodation in Esperance. The most popular of these parks, the Cape Le Grand National Park, is only 20 minutes drive from the town centre and offers a picturesque granite terrain. The park offers recreational fishing, hiking and four wheel drive tracks.
The good news is that there is plenty of hotels in Esperance, allowing you to choose the one that best meets your needs. We can help arrange comfortable accommodation for business, pleasure, groups and families.
ARRA Hotels is committed to providing motel accommodation in Esperance that meets the needs of every traveler, whether you’re a family with young children or a group of friends holidaying together.
We can also help you select a hotel in Esperance when traveling for business. We understand that your needs are very different to those traveling for pleasure and place more emphasis on modern comforts, like WiFi and conference facilities.
The most common way to arrive at cheap accommodation in Esperance is via car; it’s around 7 and a half hours drive from Perth. There are plenty of possible routes, from the Tin Horse Highway to the Golden Pipeline.
It is also possible to arrive in the region via plane. Flights between Esperance and Perth operate daily for your convenience, and the airport is located only 26km from the town centre.
When staying at budget motels in Esperance, there aren’t many public transport options available. Coaches do travel throughout the surrounding area, a taxi service is available and most of the attractions within the town are within walking distance. Hire cars and bus tours are available if desired.
When staying at motel accommodation in Esperance, you will be able to enjoy the many attractions and activities in the surrounding area. There is something for everyone, from those with kids to those interested in art.
As a popular destination for young families, there is plenty to keep the kids amused, including: the Bird and Animal Park, Adventureland Park, Mini Steam Train, Mini Golf, and Elto’s Inflatable Water Park. A visit to Tanker Jetty to meet Sammy, the town’s resident seal, never goes astray.
If you’re interested in art and culture, we recommend the Cannery Arts Centre (new exhibitions each month), Bijou Theatre, Museum Park Period Village, Esperance Museum and the various art galleries.
When staying at hotels in Esperance, you will also be able to enjoy the many natural attractions in the area, including: the Kepwari Wetland Trail, Woody Island, Lake Monjingup, and the Great Ocean Drive (check out the Rotary Lookout, Twilight Beach, Observatory Point and the Wind Farm).
There are plenty of other activities and attractions in the region, including: Helms Arboretum, kite surfing, Mermaid Leather (Australia’s only fish and shark tannery), Dempster Homestead and the Boat Harbour.
If your hotel in Esperance doesn’t provide cooking facilities or you want to sample the local cuisine, you’re in luck! There are plenty of scrumptious cafes, restaurants and eateries around the town for you to enjoy.