Ways to spend a special weekend in Perth for brides-to-be

Looking for ideas for ways to enjoy a special occasion in Perth? Look no further for inspiration than brides-to-be out celebrating on a hen party. We decided to hitch a ride with Limousine Royalty to check out some of the ways girls just want to have fun around the West Australian capital...

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Top Perth hen party ideas

A hen party is a perfect way for a bride-to-be to enjoy herself before getting married, and there are lots of different activities on offer around Perth that will make her feel pampered and special.

A pre-wedding girl’s night out in Perth is also a fantastic opportunity for a group of friends and family to develop even stronger bonds before the big day arrives.

Arranging the perfect party can take a lot of planning. This guide and checklist is designed to make any Perth hen party one to remember. So let’s take a look at some of the options.

Book a lavish luxury hotel stay

There’s nothing like a stay at an upmarket hotel to make a bride’s day. Sometimes hotels have so much to offer that it can be tempting to stay indoors for the whole weekend! Choose somewhere with exciting food options, and extras such as included breakfasts and free massages. There are lots of great hotel options in and around Perth. Book well ahead and you’ll be amazed at some of the deals on offer.

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Live it up with an all-inclusive package at one of Perth’s top hotels. Image: Bigstock

Pamper the bride with a spa package

Have a full spa treatment to completely relax and unwind. Slide into exfoliating mud baths or enjoy a soothing Indian head massage during a relaxing afternoon. If that sounds a bit too relaxing, then a quick plunge in an ice bath will wake everyone up!

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Ride in style in a limousine

They may be the celebrity car of choice, but limo hire in Perth doesn’t have to be expensive. Cruise around the city in style whilst sipping champagne and cocktails. It’s the star treatment that is really cost-effective.

This is also a sensible way to travel if you have a big group. Limo hire in Perth from Limousine Royalty is easier and cheaper than flagging down a fleet of taxis.

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Indulge in a traditional afternoon tea

A formal afternoon tea used to be a tradition of the very wealthy, but nowadays anyone can while away the afternoon nibbling sandwiches and cakes whilst sipping a cup of tea, or better still a champagne. It’s a good way to enjoy a delicious snack without spoiling your evening meal. Many of Perth’s top hotels offer a traditional afternoon tea service.

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Many of Perth’s top hotels offer a traditional afternoon tea service. Image: Bigstock

Enjoy a gourmet dinner

Great food can be found around the city for a very reasonable price, and this is a good opportunity to try somewhere new. There are lots of fantastic new eateries around Elizabeth Quay for example offering three courses if you’re hungry enough. There are lots of international options, perhaps foie gras from France or teppanyaki from Tokyo!

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There are lots of fantastic new eateries around Elizabeth Quay in Perth. Image: Bigstock

Have a night on the town

What better way to end the day than to get on the dance floor to bust some moves and party into the small hours? For something a bit more relaxed, find a cool rooftop bar to enjoy cocktails and panoramic views of the city skyline.

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Your girl’s night out should be an unforgettable occasion, so create some lasting memories and enjoy everything Perth has to offer.

This post was provided by Limousine Royalty and edited by The Big Bus tour and travel guide.

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