Crown Towers Perth has been named Western Australia’s best deluxe accommodation hotel at an industry awards ceremony, beating the likes of COMO The Treasury and Pan Pacific Perth.
The award was one of four accolades that Crown Towers received at last night’s Australian Hotels Association WA Accommodation Awards for Excellence, having also taken the top prize in the front office and management team of the year categories, while also receiving the best accommodation hotel award.
“Winning these awards shows that Crown Towers has not only changed the luxury landscape on the west coast, but has definitively set new levels of accommodation excellence and service right across Australia,” Crown Hotels Perth executive general manager Andrew Cairns said.
“We are immensely proud of our team and the contribution they are making to ensure Crown Towers is one of the world’s greatest hotels and our state remains a vibrant tourism destination”.
The hotel topped the likes of the luxury COMO The Treasury, which was a finalist in several categories.
However, its only win was through its Wildflower rooftop restaurant which took home the top accolade in the hotel wine list category.
Aloft Perth was crowned WA’s best new accommodation hotel.
AHA WA chief executive Bradley Woods said WA held high calibre accommodation offerings, along with a high level of employee dedication and service.
“The hotel accommodation industry in Perth and regional WA is focused on delivering an exceptional experience that guests will remember, and return for,” Mr Woods said.
“Now, more than ever, it’s imperative that we support our hospitality industry, and recognise the hard work, investment and long hours put into making WA’s venues outstanding.
“Our reputation as a premier destination for corporate and leisure travellers is upheld thanks to the commitments and investments made by our hotel industry.”