Crown Melbourne is Australia’s leading integrated resort and is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Australia with its dynamic and diverse facilities. Crown Melbourne features luxury accommodation and award-winning dining, world-class casino, conferencing, shopping and entertainment facilities.
Crown Melbourne operates three hotels with approximately 1,600 guest rooms across Crown Towers (481 rooms), Crown Metropol (658 rooms) and Crown Promenade (465 rooms). Crown Towers Melbourne has been awarded the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide Global Five-Star Award for the fifth consecutive year and is the only hotel in Melbourne to achieve this status.
Other facilities at Crown Melbourne include: the Crown Conference Centre (7,350 square metres of conference and meeting facilities across three floors), banqueting facilities (including the Palladium’s 1,500-seat ballroom and The Palms’ 900-seat cabaret venue), a broad selection of restaurants and bars, including many of Melbourne’s finest, and a retail precinct featuring prestigious designer brands and luxury retail outlets.
Crown Melbourne attracted over 22 million visits during the 2019 financial year and is Victoria’s largest single-site private sector employer, with approximately 11,500 people working across the resort.
Crown Perth is one of Western Australia’s largest tourist destinations, with an exceptional range of entertainment and tourism experiences. Crown Perth features luxury hotels, world-class convention and gaming facilities, restaurants and bars, and shopping and entertainment facilities.
Crown Perth operates three hotels with approximately 1,200 guest rooms across Crown Towers (500 rooms), Crown Metropol (397 rooms) and Crown Promenade (291 rooms). Crown Towers Perth was awarded the Best Overall Hotel of the Year at the 2019 Australian Hotels Association National Awards for Excellence. Crown Towers Perth has also been awarded the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide Global Five-Star Award for the second consecutive year.
Other facilities at Crown Perth include: large-scale entertainment facilities (with the 1,500-seat Crown Ballroom and 2,300-seat Crown Theatre Perth), along with world-class convention facilities, and a premium selection of restaurants and bars located across the resort in addition to casual dining options.
Crown Perth attracted over 10 million visits during the 2019 financial year period and is the largest single-site private sector employer in Western Australia with nearly 6,000 people working on site.
Crown Sydney, located at Barangaroo on the foreshore of Sydney Harbour, is a pinnacle of modern design, with views of some of Australia’s most celebrated icons, the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House.
Crown Sydney features 349 hotel rooms and suites, luxury residences, signature restaurants, bars, luxury retail outlets, pool and spa facilities and conference rooms.
After four years of construction, Crown Sydney opened to the public for the first time on restricted capacity from 28 December 2020, with further non-gaming operations opening progressively throughout the 2021 financial year. Crown is pleased to have welcomed over 3,000 employees and contractors to Crown Sydney at a time when the hospitality industry has been severely impacted by COVID-19.
Crown London is a high-end private members club offering an exclusive gaming experience in London’s prime West End entertainment district. Nestled in the heart of Mayfair, Crown London offers members and guests an exciting and opulent world of international VIP gaming, in an environment that only London can provide.
Crown holds a 50 per cent interest in the Aspers Group, which operates four regional casinos in the United Kingdom, in Newcastle, Stratford (London), Milton Keynes and Northampton.
Crown holds a 20 per cent interest in Nobu, one of the world’s most recognised lifestyle hotel and restaurant brands. The other investors in Nobu are Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper.
Betfair Australasia is 100 per cent owned by Crown and provides access for Australian and New Zealand customers to the world’s leading betting exchange.
DGN Games is 100 per cent owned by Crown and is a developer of online social and casual games. DGN’s game titles include “Old Vegas Slots”, a classic 3-reel game, and “Lucky Time Slots”, a 5-reel game, with two new casual game titles in development.
Chill Gaming is a 50/50 joint venture between Crown and New Gaming Pty Ltd, which is owned by the founders of Wymac Gaming Solutions. Chill Gaming will focus on innovation and developing new entertaining products.