Melbourne’s Crown Towers has completed a comprehensive $65 million enhancement of the 5-star property’s luxurious accommodation rooms and suites.
Suite success: the new-look Crown Towers
“Crown Towers’ enhancement offers guests tailored luxury in a refined, service-oriented environment complemented by the latest technology available,” said Crown Hotels executive general manager, Peter Crinis.
“We’ve worked closely alongside our designers from Bates Smart to ensure we offer our guests the best of everything to cement our reputation as hoteliers who continue to exceed our guests’ expectations time and time again,” he said.
The new rooms and suites feature superior craftsmanship, a host of contrasting textures and a refreshing and inviting colour palette that varies from room to room and suite to suite. Each room and suite has been individually designed to create a residential experience for frequent guests and those who appreciate tailored luxury.
All of Crown Towers’ enhanced accommodation features high-thread count white custom-designed linen, new beds with leather bases, bedside underlights and backlit headboard, sunken ceiling lights, grass weave natural fibre wallpaper, LED lighting throughout and expertly-designed blackout curtains in bold, dramatic stripes which complement the contemporary components of the rooms and suites.
Artwork has been specially commissioned throughout the hotel and consists primarily of Victorian artists including David Band, Cornwell Design and Belinda Fox.