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Very spacious room Great coffee and ironing facilities Chocolates, sparkling water and fruit given was a great bonus Luxurious and nice views
No wi-fi in room
Luxury, opulence and comfort greet guests at the 5-star Crown Towers Melbourne, a hotel that impresses with its 481 luxurious and beautifully decorated rooms, as well as its prime location on the Yarra River in Melbourne. Built in 1997 and fully refurbished in 2012, the hotel is the epitome of luxury and decadence, ideal for the traveller with a little extra money to spend. On the hotel doorstep, guests will find entertainment, restaurants, shopping opportunities and nightlife in abundance. Furthermore, guests of this upmarket choice benefit from bespoke wellness and fitness facilities, including a pool, spa and gym, as well as a range of on-site restaurants and family-friendly facilities like kids’ menus and spacious family rooms.
As part of the hotel’s wellness facilities, the Crown Towers Melbourne boasts a large heated indoor pool that extends to 25 m. Refreshments can be consumed at the poolside and, if you prefer to do your workout on dry land, the well-equipped fitness centre is in the wellness area too. The Crown Spa is the pinnacle of luxury and comfort and impresses with a lavish design, elegantly furnished treatment rooms and an extensive spa and salon menu, including massages, facials, hairdressing and body treatments. To round off your wellness experience at this luxury choice, you can delve into the spa’s Aqua Retreat, complete with hammam, vitality pool and steam room.
Luxury knows no limits at the Crown Towers Melbourne, which offers well-appointed rooms and entire villas for more space and extra comfort. Every room and villa comes with at least one flat-screen TV with video-on-demand system, a dressing room, iPod docking station, fine bed linen and window fronts that give incredible views over the city. The most economic choice is the Deluxe King or Twin Room, with bathtub and minibar on request. Unlimited luxury is promised with the Two Bedroom Crystal Villa, which features a large bathtub in a spa bathroom, 24h butler service and two lavish bedrooms for extra space. In addition, there is a dining area with mahogany table, a walk-in wardrobe and a large window front for unlimited views over the city.
Gourmands will find plenty to taste in the many on-site restaurants, ranging from buffet-style to elegant dining. Nobu serves finest Japanese cuisine and you can enjoy Cantonese delicacies in Silks, which features five private dining rooms adorned with Chinese antiques. International cuisine in a chic setting is provided at The Conservatory, where you can enjoy a crisp white interior and stunning views with your lunch, afternoon tea and dinner. Still sophisticated but a little more relaxed in atmosphere and style is the Rockpool Bar and Grill, where over 1.200 wines are served. An open kitchen promises not only great food but entertainment too. And if these restaurants haven’t already whetted your appetite, there are fine dining restaurants within walking distance of the hotel, such as the Italian gourmet eatery Rosetta Ristorante and The Atlantic restaurant, where you can enjoy scrumptious seafood.
Within walking distance of the Crown Towers Melbourne, guests will find various points of interest to party, be entertained or experience culture. Just a few minutes down the promenade is the Village Cinemas Crown cinema, while the Melbourne Aquarium is just across the river, about a 2min walk from the hotel. The National Gallery, the Arts Centre Melbourne and Eureka Skydeck are all within about a 15min walking radius of this luxury hotel.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
To spend a relaxing weekend at the Crown Towers Melbourne, book the Sunday Escape package, which will provide you with late check-out on Monday and other amenities, such as room service. For a luxurious vacation, opt for the Crown Towers Experience, a package that includes a buffet breakfast at the Conservatory Restaurant and complimentary valet parking.
If you would like your skin to be firm and glowing, select the Caviar Luxury Body Treatment, a body polish that will help to remove dead skin cells and costs 310 AUD (approximately 216 USD). For those that would like to detox and nourish their body, there is the Rasayana Detox Body Wrap, a treatment that uses mineral rich clay and costs 240 AUD (approximately 167 USD). The Blissful Marma Massage is a particularly popular treatment among guests at the Crown Towers Melbourne, and it costs between 200 to 260 AUD (approximately 140 to 180 USD).
At the Crown Towers Melbourne, guests can choose from over 10 different restaurants to dine at. Nobu is one of the world’s most famous Japanese restaurants, and it has a menu that features items such as seafood ceviche and lobster sashimi. To dine in a restaurant that is run by a famous chef and provides views of the city’s skyline, make a reservation for Dinner by Heston Blumenthal, which serves modern British cuisine. The Conservatory is another popular choice, as it offers diverse international meals and is lavishly decorated.
The Classic Wedding Package costs 180 AUD per guest (approximately 125 USD) and includes amenities such as a 3-course meal, a 5h beverage package, personalized menus, chair covers, and a dance floor with a stage. There is also the Asian Wedding Package for those that would like a Chinese reception, and it comes with an 8-course Chinese menu, all necessary decorations and linens, and a personal wedding planner. If you choose the Kosher Wedding Package, it will also cost 180 AUD per guest (approximately 125 USD), and it will provide you with all Kosher meals and drinks, a security officer, and a complimentary hotel room for the bridal couple.
It is possible to travel from Melbourne Airport to the Crown Towers Melbourne via several different forms of transportation, including private car, taxi, ridesharing service, and the local bus. The drive will take you between 25 and 30m, and a ridesharing service, such as Uber, will cost you between 55 and 65 AUD (approximately 38 to 45 USD). If you decide to use public transportation, like the SkyBus and bus line 58, the trip will be between 35 to 40m and a single one-way fare will cost between 3 and 4.40 AUD (approximately 2 to 3 USD). (Prices checked 06/06/19).
Crown Towers Melbourne is located at 8 Whiteman Street in Southbank, 1,4 km from the centre of Melbourne. Eureka Tower is the closest landmark to Crown Towers Melbourne.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at Crown Towers Melbourne.
No, Crown Towers Melbourne does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Crown Towers Melbourne does not offer free parking.
No, Crown Towers Melbourne does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Crown Towers Melbourne is 11,7 km from Melbourne Essendon. Crown Towers Melbourne is 20,1 km from Melbourne.
No, pets are not allowed at Crown Towers Melbourne.
Yes, Crown Towers Melbourne has a pool on-site.