An impressive and opulent hotel is setting new standards in the land down under.
Four years in the making, Crown Towers Perth, which opened on December 1st 2016, is establishing itself as one of the leading luxury hotels in Australia, with aspirations to be recognised as one of the world’s best.
Targeting both the domestic and international luxury traveller, Crown Towers Perth is setting a new standard in terms of both luxury and scale; The hotel’s 500 elegant and spacious guest rooms make it the biggest hotel in Perth. However, Crown Towers is just the first of 24 new hotels to open in and around Perth over the next three years, adding almost 4000 rooms to the local market.
The imposing property showcases a meticulous attention to detail, from the 8,500 square metres of Roman travertine stone and the 187 designs for custom-made light fixtures, to the three tonne, 20,000 square metre ball chain chandeliers suspended from the seven metre high ceiling in the hotel lobby.
Rooms range in size from 47 to 715 square metres, with the ultra-luxe Chairman’s Villa the hotel’s crowning jewel, featuring six metre high ceilings and 24-hour butler service.
One of the largest swimming pools in the country is also located on-site, with an 8,800-square metre zero edge pool enclave, tiled with more than 1.5 million exquisite mosaic tiles.
Crown Towers is home to no fewer than six dining establishments, including Rockpool Bar & Grill, Silks, Bistro Guillaume and Nobu. Additionally, all-day dining restaurant Epicurean offers an array of international cuisine using the very best of Western Australian produce, whilst TWR is a stylish new cocktail bar with an impressive marble bar.
Guests of Crown Towers Perth can also make full use of the comprehensive Crown Spa, featuring aroma steam room, Roman hot tub, sauna, and private relaxation areas.
There is also the exclusive Crystal Club lounge in which guests are treated to a private reception and concierge, and an all-day cocktail bar with an outdoor terrace and spectacular views of Perth’s skyline and the Swan River.