Wednesday, April 25, 2018

Crown Towers Perth celebrates one year

Crown Towers Perth set out to offer a luxurious experience last year and is celebrating its first birthday by trying to take luxury to the next level.

On December 1, the hotel showcased the ultimate luxury leisure destination in a 24 hour ‘Live-in Luxury Art Installation’ taking place inside its lobby.

As part of the installation, the hotel group plucked an unsuspecting couple off the streets of Perth to deliver the ultimate money can’t buy experience for them – all taking place inside a live art installation that had them delivered the very best experiences Crown Towers has to offer in real-time.

In its first year alone the hotel has popped over 31,000 bottles of Champagne and shucked almost 46,000 oysters – and has aimed to set a benchmark in luxury accommodation not only in WA but in Australia. In its first 12 months of operation, Crown Towers has won over 10 awards at several of Australia’s best hospitality and tourism awards.

According to executive general manager Crown Perth Hotels, Andrew Cairns, the installation was a fun, quirky way to bring to life what sets Crown Towers apart as a hotel brand – its unparalleled luxury and experiences.

“Crown Towers is known the world over as the pinnacle of luxury. We’ve had a great first year here in Perth and have been amazed at how much the city has embraced and fallen in love with it,” Cairns said.

“Crown Towers Perth has truly redefined the standard for high-end accommodation in market and what better way to celebrate that than by bringing to life some of those experiences in a fun way.”

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