The new Crown Towers Perth hotel will welcome its first guests in December 2016, bringing bespoke luxury to the banks of the city’s Swan River.
Design aspects most-noticeable to travellers will include arched corridors, an indoor garden reminiscent of a Roman piazza and bold carpets, and rugs that give a modern nod to the vibrancy of hotels in the 1960s and ‘70s.
Among the property’s 500 rooms, guests can choose between standard and Club-level guestrooms, with Premier Suites and Premier Club Suites also at hand with particularly spacious bathrooms…
… and for the most discerning travellers plus families and larger groups, stunning ‘villas’ span multiple floors, with the lounge area also serving as your private lobby:
Business travellers are well-catered for with the 15th floor Crystal Club lounge, welcoming guests staying in the hotel’s Club-level guestrooms and suites.
That’s where you’ll find a private reception area and terrace lounge, along with a private bar and dining area amidst views out to the river and Perth’s CBD from selected areas:
Back down in the lobby, guests are sure to notice an array of custom-made chandeliers – each weighing-in at three tonnes, comprised of 20 kilometres of ball chain and illuminated by 150 LED lamps:
Wander outside to discover a resort-style pool retreat with cabanas and a cocktail bar surrounding the water and in a design that reflects the hotel’s river surroundings, with infinity edges, mini islands and even palm trees making an appearance for a real Hawaiian look:
If you have time there’ll even be a day spa with separate vitality pools, marble-clad showers, relaxation zones and of course, private treatment rooms in the Crown Towers property which joins the existing, 700-room Crown Perth hotel in the same complex.
Crown has continued its national expansion, opening in Sydney in late 2020.
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