The Grosvenor Hotel
Stately Victorian terrace with a stylish dining room and a beer garden, serving upscale pub grub. Built in 1886, the Grosvenor Hotel is one of Perth’s oldest operating pubs. Steeped with history and stories to tell, this modern renovated building still holds homage to its heritage features. Surrounded by exposed brick, gabled ceilings and this iconic landmark has been given a new vibrancy thanks to its passionate owner, Richard Moody.
Giving gratitude to materials once used by the building as a guest house back in the Victorian period, this structure is a history lesson waiting to be uncovered. Rest against the bar and admire the bespoke wooden surface as it holds your drink. View the historic pictures in the cafe area, and regard the frames once used as the buildings skirting. This fortress of stories has been extended to include the full functioning kitchen, where our team of experienced staff are ready to make your delicious upmarket meals or share plates.
“This cosy house is right opposite the Royal Mint. Doesn’t that make you mouth water?” TRUTH, Saturday. December 20. 1913″
The Grosvenor Hotel is a remarkable, vibrant establishment in the Perth Mint precinct. Serving the entire local community, we cater to corporates, tourists and families with a comfortable vibe, in a beautifully historic setting. Come and enjoy Perth’s glorious weather in our leafy outdoor beer garden and choose from our large selection of refreshing beverages on tap. Bring your friends and family and feast on our extensive upmarket pub cuisine. Catch up with friends and colleagues in our prestigious wine room, watch your favourite sports, or relax and unwind in any of our three bars.
Close to all public transport (including Red Cat bus stop number 6. Perth Mint), our 7 day a week trading from 11am – late make as an ideal venue for lunch, dinner, after work drinks, or the beginning / end of a big night. The Grosvenor Hotel, more than just a pub! “The Grosvenor is especially suitable to people…who want a quiet place, convenient to town, good attention and the best of what is going.” TRUTH, Saturday February 5th, 1910