Karma Rottnest Lodge, WA
The Rottnest Lodge is the premier accommodation on Rottnest Island, offering you a choice of quality hotel style apartments, suites with private facilities and lower priced rooms. With a range of activities that you are sure to enjoy, the island atmosphere is clearly one perfect for relaxation. The unique history of Rottnest Island will captivate you, whilst the natural beauty is a constant reminder that Rottnest Island is a true gift from mother nature for all to enjoy.
Secluded beaches, turquoise seas and the friendliest marsupials you'll ever meet: just three good reasons to come to Rottnest Island, Australia's best-kept secret...
Amid these stunning natural surroundings, Karma Rottnest Lodge offers a serene retreat in which to relax, recharge and indulge yourself with sumptuous spa treatments and fine cuisine. With so much to discover across this beautiful island, each day brings a brand new adventure. The only caveat? You'll never want to leave...
The premier place to stay on Rottnest Island, Karma Rottnest Lodge can host up to 246 guests – but its spacious, sprawling design allows plenty of room for everyone to savour their own little piece of paradise.
Whether you're travelling solo or here with the family, there's a wide choice of comfortable, well-equipped rooms and apartments – all with en-suite bathrooms, ceiling fans, TVs and many other thoughtful extras – to suit your needs. It's time to select your ideal island hideaway...
- Riva Restaurant
- Karma Spa
- Gov's sports bar
- Golf and Bowls
- Swimming Pool
- Conference facilities
Once a building of historic significance, Karma Rottnest Lodge has now been transformed into stylish accommodation – a holiday lodge with remarkable rooms to suit everyone, from solo travellers to families.
Rottnest Island boasts a rich and varied history, but remains unspoilt – a haven for nature-lovers, surf-chasers and sun-worshippers alike. There are reefs and wrecks to discover, World War II tunnels to explore and more than 60 unspoilt beaches and bays.
The island's most famous resident is the quokka – a friendly little marsupial who's sure to come and introduce himself while you're here.