CROWN Perth is looking to capitalise on Perth’s growing reputation as an events capital after it launched the Crown Ballroom.
THE Crown Ballroom has been officially launched as the company seeks to capitalise on Perth’s growing reputation as an events capital with its latest venture Crown Towers.
Crown Hotels global sales senior vice president Kylie Burchmore said Crown Towers Perth was designed with a clear vision in mind: to become Perth’s leading events space and one of the top destinations in Australia.
“With Tourism Research Australia telling us that Perth attracted over 54,000 conference and business delegates over the last five years, we saw the opportunity to capitalise on this growth and provide an impressive event space that rivals not only (venues) in Western Australia, but venues across the eastern seaboard as well,” she said.
“We have taken the standard to a whole new level and are confident that this new offer will help attract even more business – from interstate and international markets – to Perth.”
As one of the largest conference spaces in Perth, Crown Ballroom has been built to emulate Crown’s famous Palladium Ballroom in Melbourne, which is home to large-scale prestigious events such as the Brownlow Medal presentation and The Logies.
The venue can accommodate gala events for up to 1500 delegates, from large-scale international conferences, through to local business events.
Combined with the rest of the Crown Perth resort offerings, Crown Events and Conferences can now cater for up to 3500 delegates at one time.
The new Crown Ballroom can seat up to 1500 people at one time.