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OPENING 26TH MAY 2017
Designed for global travellers who love open spaces, open thinking and open expression, this is where travel creates
possibilities. Get ready for adventure and a whole new hotel experience with the Aloft Perth. Breeze in and relax
in one of our 224 sleek and colourful guest rooms. Spark great ideas in one of our 7 cutting edge meeting spaces
equipped with state-of-the-art technology and fast & free Wi-Fi. Think open spaces with natural daylight, urban
influenced design, vibrant social spaces, creative food, seasonal cocktails and more. A whole new meeting experience
awaits including a Rooftop Ballroom and Terrace boasting stunning views of Swan River. Where energy flows and
personalities mingle- day and night.
Enquire at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.aloftperth.com
Our special opening day delegate rates start from $65.00 and
group accommodation rates from $165.00. Quote ‘ALOFTPERTHOPENING’
Terms and conditions apply, rates are subject to availability. Valid until to 31st December 2017
©2016 Mariott International, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Preferred Guest, SPG, Aloft and their logos are the trademarks of
Marriott International, Inc., or its affiliates. For full terms and conditions, visit aloftperth.com
27 Rowe Avenue, The Springs,
Rivervale, Perth, Australia
Aloft Perth general manager, Stephen
Morahan, explains the edgy features of the
new property is designed to appeal to
millennials with names like Re:fuel By Aloft, W
Xyz Bar, Re:charge Gym, and Re:mix lounge.
Rooms are keyless, doors activated by your
phone, so this is already an edgy experience,
confirmed by the mixed media artwork and
soothing colour palate in every room.
At 40 square metres apiece, the 224 rooms
are unusually generous, so too four suites at
80 sq. m. And it is the first time we’ve seen a
closet in a bathroom, but it seems like a
perfectly sensible space-saver idea – so does
the walk-in rainforest shower, the 55” LED TV,
the free wired or wireless broadband, all-day
dining, ping-pong and foosball tables in the
ground floor lounge; not to forget that this is a
Starwood with “Live At Aloft” performances in
their hotel bars, a brand promise of voice
activated rooms and an emoji only room
service menu in future Alofts.
And if you think Aloft’s uber-coolness does
not extend to meetings and events you’d be
wrong – here atop the 19 levels is a
spectacular 300 sq m venue with full length
glass overlooking the river and the city plus a
152 sq m outdoor terrace – it has its own
kitchen and bar and suits 300 (cocktails and
banquet), 300 (theatre), and 192 (classroom).
The mezzanine level has eight other meetings options with banqueting for up to 132,
classroom-style spaces for 42 to 100 with three separate boardrooms suitable for 12-16.
Stephen Morahan is confident the vibrant Aloft will quickly become the local bar and
restaurant for the hundreds of design forward young adults in apartments nearby as well as a
pre/post-game destination given its proximity to Perth stadium and the Crown complex.
As the newest five star hotel in Perth, and probably the newest in Australia, Crown Towers sets
a new benchmark for luxury from its glamorous reception space, bars and ground floor
Epicurean where long queues are common for those wanting to sample its upscale open
kitchen restaurant, to its resort pool and private cabana enclave with key access for Towers
guests only. Drawcard restaurants include Nobu, Bistro Guillaume and Rockpool.
General manager, Andrew Cairns, said the first quarter of operations since it opened last
December had been very busy with many locals taking advantage of special introductory rates
to experience the new hotel. He had also hosted local and international celebrities as well as
meetings and conference guests in the hotel’s new 3000 capacity Crown Ballroom. With its
multiplicity of configurations the new ballroom can accommodate 3000 (cocktail), 2600 (theatre),
1500 (banquet) or 765 (classroom), or a number of smaller spaces for concurrent events for 60
(classroom) or 120 (banquet). It features an adjoining open air terrace.
The wide range of room types and access to the new Crown spa and Crystal Club are
drawing inquiries from incentive planners, while Crown Towers’ 500 rooms brings the total
on-site accommodation at Burswood to 1188 rooms, which provides PCOs with a range of
options for residential conferencing.
And they’re racing...
Perth Racing’s Ascot racecourse offers some of this city’s largest and most versatile event options
with its capacity for events from 20-20,000 plus free parking for 2700 vehicles - all less than 10
minutes to the CBD. Perth racing can host breakfasts, luncheons or dinners, cocktail, conferences,
trade shows, exhibitions and expos.
Its largest indoor meetings space (1420 sq. m) on the first floor has a capacity of 1000 and
Crown Towers private pool - CBD background.
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