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Here, we give you a first look inside the new Crown Towers Perth, expected to be the most luxurious hotel in the country once it opens later this year.

The ,000 a night Chairman's Villa

Expected to achieve a six-star rating, the new Crown Towers Perth will bring a new level of luxury to Australia’s hotel industry when it opens on December 1, 2016.


The largest hotel in the city of Perth, it will offer 500 guest rooms, suites and villas designed by award-winning interior architect Michael Fiebrich. They range from a 47-square-metre deluxe twin room through to an exclusive, two-storey, four-bedroom chairman’s villa which costs around $21,000 a night to stay in.


Reserved in the main for diplomats, celebrities and high roller clients, this villa can only be booked through private enquiry. Entry-level villas start from around $2,000 a night while rooms in the tower start from around $650 per night.


The new Crown Towers alongside Crown Metropol

“The leisure market has been looking for a product like this,” said Andre Cairns, Crown Hotels Perth Executive General Manager.


“Something new at this level has been lacking, and the services that we’ll provide and the guest experience is unlike anything else that you’ll get in the Perth market.”


The premier club suite living room
The premier club suite bathroom

With floor to ceiling windows all room categories offer uninterrupted views, world-class interior design and the latest technology.


Central to the hotel’s luxury offering is the Crystal Club, designed by architectural firm Blainey North. Located on the 15th floor it boasts a lounge with a personalised check-in and concierge service, cocktail bar, business facilities, a dining room and sweeping terrace with unparalleled views of Perth’s city skyline.


While suite and villa guests have automatic access to this facility, Crown Towers guests can also purchase Crystal Club membership to the facility on top of their room rate giving them access to the complimentary buffet breakfast, evening canapes and all-day snacks.


The roman bath inside Crown Spa

Guests looking for added pampering will find it in Crown Spa, an enormous facility offering a wide range of La Prairie treatments and male and female wet areas including Turkish hammams, Roman hot tubs and private relaxation areas.


The fitness centre is a complimentary guest facility and while equipped with state-of-the-art machinery, here guests will also be encouraged to train with in-house personal trainers and complete popular high intensity interval workouts.


Crown operates WA’s only fully integrated entertainment resort and boasts a casino and world-class restaurants including Rockpool Bar & Grill, Nobu, Bistro Guillaume, Silks and others. The new Crown Towers will add Epicurean – an international restaurant featuring different culinary stations, and The Waiting Room – a stylish lobby cocktail bar, to this list.


An aerial render of the tiered pool area

A highlight of the property is undoubtedly the multi-tiered pool area. At 8,800-square-metres, it’s Perth’s largest and features a private bar, riverside cabanas and expansive seating areas making it perfect for elegant summer soirees.


Then there’s the Grown Ballroom. Sitting adjacent to the existing 1200-pax Grand Ballroom, it can hold 1500 people for a gala event and features opulent chandeliers, hand-tufted carpets and soaring ceilings.


From an events perspective, Cairns believes there is will be no better experience than what Crown Towers will be able to offer.


“Take a gala event,” he begins. “You now can stay in the best hotel in the city, have the best event experience as well, and the next day you wake up you can relax by the pool, have a beautiful breakfast by the pool and it’s all on the one site and done at a level that is our brand promise, which is ultimate luxury that’s refined and intimate.”


Crown’s hotel portfolio in Perth includes Crown Towers, Crown Metropol and Crown Promenade.


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Written by: Jessica Zoiti
Published: 22 August 2016

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