Crown Towers Perth Launches New Scale of Opulence for Australia

By Zahra Al-Kateb

Since opening last month, Crown Towers Perth has launched an unprecedented level of luxury in Australian tourism.

Designed by Melbourne based architects and designers Bates Smart, Singapore based interior designer Michael Fiebrich and Sydney based Blainey North among others, the hotel boasts an array of spectacular features, from the 187 designs for custom-made light fixtures to the three tonne, 20,000 square meter ball chain chandeliers suspended from the seven meter high ceiling in the hotel lobby.

The hotel’s grand scale extends beyond its unique design features. The 500 elegant and spacious guest rooms make the hotel the biggest in Perth, while the opulent swimming pool is also the largest in Australia, with an 8,800-square meter zero edge pool enclave adorned with more than 1.5 million mosaic tiles.

Andrew Cairns, Executive General Manager Crown Perth Hotels said: “The size and opulence of Crown Towers Perth is breathtaking but at the same time, it creates a level of intimacy with its attention to detail. From bespoke customer service tailor-made to suit each individual guest, to the intimate spaces created at The Waiting Room and The Enclave private cabanas, it’s all about the guest experience.”

The hotel also features an exciting range of dining options, including TWR, a stylish cocktail bar with impressive marble and rose gold detailing, while Epicurean offers guests the best of Western Australian produce, including the world’s largest free-standing chocolate fountain.

In the Crown Spa, guests can enjoy La Prairie treatments in the sumptuous aqua-hued treatment rooms. The male and female wet areas boast a steam room, Roman hot tub, saunas and private relaxation areas.

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