The Seniorocity Guide to Crown Perth

Crown Perth

Crown Perth is a fantastic destination for a delicious dinner or staycation close to home. The mega-resort truly has something for everyone, whether you are a foodie, like to relax by a cool pool or even enjoy trying your luck in the casino. Here’s the Seniorocity guide to dining and staying at Crown Perth.


Dining at Crown Perth

Are you celebrating a special occasion with family or friends? Or grabbing a casual bite to eat while you have a spin on the roulette wheel. There are many dining options at Crown Perth for all tastes and budgets.




If you love to feast with your friends, be sure to book a table at the Atrium. The Atrium is found in Crown Metropol’s immense lobby. The buffet restaurant has a wide range of western, Asian and Indian dishes, ensuring everyone is well catered for. The original buffet restaurant at Crown, Atrium offers a quality, though cheaper alternative to Epicurean at Crown Towers. Open for breakfast, lunch, high tea on Sunday afternoons, and dinner, 7 days a week.

Epicurean, Crown Perth



For a very fancy feed, be sure to head to Epicurean! Crown Towers’ premium buffest boasts dishes made from only the very best quality produce. At Epicurean you are guaranteed an epic meal whenever you dine – breakfast, lunch or dinner. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Epicurean, Crown Perth



Bistro Guillaume

The fancy French restaurant, overlooking Crown Metrolpol’s stunning lagoon pool, is a stunning spot for a meal. Bistro Guillaume, with it’s vibrant green dining room, offers a menu of classic French favourites and fine wines to enjoy. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review. 

Bistro Guillaume Crown Perth



The internationally renowned Japanese restaurant (part owned by megastar Robert DeNiro) is still as popular as ever, and it can be tricky getting a booking. Their signature dish, miso cod must be tried, and the teppanyaki is lots of fun. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Nobu Perth



Silks, a high-end Chinese restaurant, has an opulent dining room. On the menu are taste bud tempting handcrafted dim sum, plus barbecue, seafood and multi-regional noodle and rice dishes. You can try eating with chopsticks – though cutlery is offered too! Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Silks Crown Perth



Feeling like something a bit posh? Rockpool, founded by Chef Neil Perry, is renowned for it’s aged steak, delicious sides and excellent service. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.



Modo Mio

The up-market Italian diner offers authentic Mediterranean cuisine including delicious pastas, antipasti and pizzas.



The Merrywell

The people pleasing gastro pub has a good atmosphere. With direct access from the casino floor, it’s a handy spot for refueling after a game of poker. The menu offerings are American “dude food” style eats. Be sure to leave a little room for the scrumptious S’mores for dessert. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

The Merrywell, Crown Perth


Market and Co

Heading to a show? The neighboring Market & Co is a good option for a pre-show bite to eat. Found right next to the Crown Theatre at Crown Promenade hotel, Market & Co is an a la carte restaurant, as well as a casual bar area and alfresco with a tapas menu.


Lobby Lounge

Need an easy meeting place at Crown? The Lobby Lounge is found in the immense foyer of Crown Metropol. The elegant spot, with dark blue velvet lounges and a grand piano, also serves up high teas and pretty cocktails. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Lobby Lounge Crown Perth


Crown Perth Food Hall

Not everyone goes to Crown to dine. If you need a quick and easy bite to eat, the Crown Perth food hall offers cheap food options. Here, choose from McDonalds (including McCafe), Subway and Wok in a Box.


Staying at Crown Perth

There’s lots to see and do at Crown Perth, so why not stay a night or two for a relaxing weekend, close to home? You’ll never need to leave the resort, but if you do, there’s also the Swan River to explore and events at the neighbouring Optus Stadium. Here’s our round up on the three hotels at Crown Perth.


Crown Metropol

The mid-range hotel has a huge pool area, where’s you’re sure to find a sun lounger to relax and read a book. You can pack your bathers year-round, as there’s an indoor pool too. Or why not hire a bike and explore the Burswood peninsula. Crown Metropol’s rooms are well appointed and it is a brilliant place to stay.


Crown Towers

The jewel in Crown Perth’s own crown is the world-class Crown Towers. The rooms boast luxe, high tech features, which include, remote controlled curtains and a TV in the bathroom. Meaning you can indulge in a bubble bath, while watching your favourite movie. A Vegas-style lagoon pool is a relaxing place to lounge around and order a bite to eat or drink poolside. Read all about it in the Seniorocity review.

Crown Towers Perth


Crown Promenade

Once the old Holiday Inn, Crown Promenade is the most affordable place to stay at Crown. There’s everything one would need, including comfortable rooms, a lap pool and all the convenience of staying at Crown Perth.



The resort complex is accessible to everyone visiting and provides these facilities:

  • 92 accessible parking bays
  • Accessible hotel rooms at all three Crown Perth hotels
  • Lift or ramp access to all venues
  • Accessible toilets, some with automatic doors
  • Changing Places accessible adult changing facility
  • Pool hoist at Crown Towers and Crown Metropol lagoon pools


Where’s your favourite place to dine or stay at Crown Perth? Let us know in the comments below!

Get more information on Crown Perth on their website.

Find more ideas for travel in WA here.

About Stella B

Stella is loving retirement! Besides her loves of gardening, reading and painting, she adores spending time with her family and being out and about in Perth. Living in the Perth Hills, her time is often spent brunching with her husband at one of Kalamunda’s many cafes or enjoying a food platter over a glass of wine at a Bickley Valley winery.

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