Crown Towers Perth is on schedule for a December 2016 opening, HM can reveal.
Boasting exciting new restaurants including Epicurean, stylish cocktail bar The Waiting Room and unique event spaces such as The Great Lawn and the palatial Crown Ballroom, Crown Towers Perth “will surpass even the most seasoned traveller’s expectations”, according to Crown.
The design team for Crown Towers Perth included Melbourne-based architects, interior designers and urban planners, Bates Smart, who created the vision for the public spaces and “have delivered an end result that is rich and layered, inviting, luxurious and meticulous in design with stand-out bespoke features”, Crown says.
Award-winning interior architect, Michael Fiebrich created 500 guestrooms, Suites and Villas. Employing an architectural approach to the interior design, Fiebrich’s clean, tailored detailing carries through not only to walls, floors and ceilings but is expressed in everything from custom lighting to bespoke furniture.
Designed by Blainey North, who were inspired by the beautiful refraction of light underwater, Crown Spa will transport guests to another world with the most sumptuous aqua-hued treatment rooms perfectly partnered with La Prairie treatments. The male and female wet areas include an aroma steam room, Roman hot tub, sauna, and private relaxation areas. The Fitness Centre is complimentary to hotel guests and offers generous workout space with the very latest cardio and weights equipment as well as private training programs.
The Crystal Club, also designed by Blainey North, is located on level 15 of the hotel and will provide an exclusive space for the hotel’s Club guests featuring a private reception and concierge area, cocktail bar and outdoor terrace, with unsurpassed views of the Swan River and Perth skyline.
The multi-tiered pool area, created by Hassell Landscaping, will offer a truly unforgettable resort experience including the Enclave, a secluded poolside retreat with luxurious cabanas and cocktail bar surrounding a circular infinity pool.
Guests have the luxury of choice with the renowned fine dining restaurants located across the complex including Silks, Nobu, Bistro Guillaume and Rockpool. As well as the new Epicurean restaurant where guests can experience the theatre of the active kitchens and dine on the outdoor terrace adjoining the resort pool.
In 2004, Crown took ownership of the former Burswood International Resort Casino complex, and commenced an expansive eight-year AUD$750 million development and renovation plan to transition the property into a premium tourist destination.
The highly anticipated Crown Towers commenced construction in 2014 and will bring Crown Perth’s total capacity to 1200 rooms, making it the largest hotel complex the city has ever seen.