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  • Jasmine Johnson

Crown Towers Perth: Australia's most expensive hotel

I recently spent a few nights in the most expensive hotel ever built in Australia; the Crown Towers Perth.

Crown Towers Perth is the largest hotel in Western Australia, incorporating 500 luxury rooms, suites and villas within a world-class resort complex. The hotel joins its two sister hotels Crown’s Metropol and Promenade – and the casino on the banks of the Swan River in Burswood.

Staying at Crown Towers Perth is an indulgent experience, with expansive lagoon pools, unparalleled city views, luxurious spa facilities, state-of-the-art fitness centre and high-end boutiques and dining.

Every detail has been considered when building this 654 million dollar hotel. Try not to look impressed when you enter the lobby with its seven-metre-high ceilings and Taj Mahal-inspired chandeliers, each one weighing three tonnes.

The rooms themselves feature floor to ceiling windows with panoramic views of the Swan River and Perth’s city skyline. A nice addition was the smart tablet which allows you to control everything in your room from ordering room service, change room temperature, set lighting and closing the blinds. In the bathroom, there’s a TV opposite the bath, rain shower, his-and-hers basins and lush bathrobes - while the toiletries collection includes things you may actually need (hair elastics! Toothpaste!).

The full service multi-tiered pool area has both in-pool and poolside lounges as well as plush daybeds available to hire. To indulge, book a cabana at The Enclave, an exclusive poolside retreat featuring luxurious cabanas, surrounding a private infinity pool. Each one of the cabanas is equipped with a lounge and day beds, a sound system, minibar, TV and ceiling fan, plus you get access to your own dedicated host to ensure the drinks keep flowing.

Access to the The Crystal Club is available for an extra charge of $90 per person. It is situated on the 15th floor and features personalised check-in and concierge service, complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea and both evening drinks and canapes - and the world best bathroom view!

Situated in the resort precinct you have a choice to dine at either 32 restaurants; Neil Perry’s Rockpool Bar & Grill, Bistro Guillaume and Nobu are just some of the options.

My favourite was the Crown Tower’s much-hyped Epicurean, to be honest it is a buffet restaurant - But calling it that doesn’t do justice to the beautifully styled, meticulously prepared produce: the seafood, sushi, tandoori oven and carvery selection is a far cry from the bain-marie all you can eat at your local RSL. And if the chocolate fountain – thought to be the largest of its kind in the world – doesn’t make you feel like a kid in a lolly shop, the dessert drawers will.

If you need anything else, you can also find a nightclub, the 24-hour casino and a range of live performances and broadway musicals on offer at Crowne Towers Perth!

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