Crown Towers Perth – a new super luxury resort and hotel – opens its doors in Perth, Western Australia.
The most expensive room at the hotel is A$25,000 (US$18,600) per night. I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek recently
The hotel has quickly become regarded as one of Australia’s finest and most expensive hotels, with extraordinary designs, artwork, rooms, views and hospitality.
The hotel and resort took two-years to construct at a price tag of around A$600 million.
The new Crown Towers is described as ‘the pinnacle of luxury’ and is the largest hotel in Perth, with 500 guest rooms, Crown Spa, a new restaurant and bars, unique event spaces and amazing resort style pools.
There are some 450 staff at the hotel. Features include 8.5 m2 of Italian stone, grand chandeliers, custom made furniture, local art works, including aboriginal painting and a large Chinese dragon on the lobby back wall.
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Crown Towers Perth showcases world class interiors with luxuriously designed guest rooms, Suites and Villas boasting uninterrupted views. Intelligently designed with the latest technology and renowned Crown Towers service, the hotel offers guest an unparalleled hotel experience.
Facilities include expansive lagoon style swimming pools, private cabanas and poolside bar and dining, Crown Spa and fitness centre as well as an exclusive Crystal Club lounge.
In Perth, Crown own and operate West Australia’s only fully integrated entertainment resort gracing the banks of the Swan River and overlooking the Perth city skyline.
Crown Perth has grown to become a leading tourist destination in Western Australia, welcoming over nine million visitors annually. Located only minutes from the Perth CBD, as well as both international and domestic airports, the resort is the preferred choice for corporate and leisure travellers.
Pool and Spa
One of the highlights of the hotel is the massive pool area, designed for long-days lounging about and relaxing with cocktails, food and sun. The pool and spa area includes a a 1300 square metre spa, with 13 treatment rooms, an hammam-style steam room, multi-level pool and cabanas for lounging.
The CRYSTAL CLUB
Crystal Club is a private 15th floor lounge with a personalised check-in and concierge service for every one of its guests. Designed by Blainey North, the lounge features custom designed furniture, intricately carved marble and timber, mirrors and refractive lighting inspired by the transformative Bismuth Crystal.
The spacious design includes private lounge areas, business facilities, a cocktail bar and an open terrace with unimpeded views of the resort and Perth skyline.
Guests can enjoy complimentary buffet breakfast, all day snacks, and evening canapés whilst enjoying the iconic West Australian sunset. Crystal Club is the ideal space for business or leisure travellers who are after the utmost in personalised service and exclusivity.
Dining at Crown Towers
The poolside restaurant, with bento boxes popular to have while you lounge.
Situated in Crown Towers, guests can enjoy an outstanding array of international cuisine at Epicurean, with a series of different culinary stations, each offering a distinct and unique dining experience.
The stylish interiors by RED Design feature a spacious outdoor dining area that opens out onto the resort pool.
Diners can choose from seafood, sushi and salads or indulge in the Asian dim sum and noodles.
Epicurean also boasts a Western hot food station, a tandoori oven for authentic flavours of India and a dessert station featuring amazing chocolate fountains.
The Waiting Room
Located in the lobby of Crown Towers, The Waiting Room (TWR) is a stylish cocktail bar. A place for an after work drink, a romantic hideaway or afternoon tea, TWR can transform from casual lounge during the day to a sophisticated cocktail bar at night.
This post first appeared at So Perth