Casino review / Crown Perth
30 Dec 1985
Perth is located in the southwest of the western coast of Australia, on the banks of Swan River, and it is the fourth most populous city in the country. The economy is very active, mostly due to important mineral resources (gold, nickel and diamonds), and the city has been recording a good growth rate. It is a modern city with a welcoming warm climate, which led it to become very popular with tourists. One of the popular places with tourists is also the Crown Casino in Perth, and you can find out more about the establishment in more detail below.
A very large game selection
The games room has a traditional design and a lively atmosphere where you can enjoy the games 24 hours, 7 days a week. The casino is open to everyone over the age of 18 years.
The slot machines
Fans of slot machines will be more than happy to hear that the casino is equipped with over 2,500 devices. Among them you can find:
- games with progressive jackpots,
- traditional slot machines with mechanical reels,
- latest generation video slot machines with digital screens,
- video poker,
- multi-game devices,
- electronic roulette games.
For example, you can find these interesting games in the selection:
- 5 Dragons,
- African Spirit,
- Jukebox 4 Tunes,
- Little Rich Devil,
- Win This Cash.
There are also some games that have been inspired by famous shows, such as:
- The Flintstones.
The table games
Lovers of traditional games will also be equally happy, as there are many different games available at over 240 tables. You can enjoy the following games in a thrilling atmosphere:
- blackjack plus,
- crown hold'em poker,
- crown stud poker,
- casino war,
- pai gow,
- wheel of fortune,
- two up.
The establishment also has a poker room that offers players the opportunity to challenge each other in cash games and tournaments. Regular competitions are held throughout the week, and the registration fee starts from $75.
Sports fans will not be disappointed as there is a very nice area for race and sports betting that offers a bar, multiple television screens where you can follow important competitions and several seats where you can bet on the matches of your choice.
You can also play keno in the casino. The price for a card is $1 and there is a progressive jackpot that gives you the chance to win a minimum of $250,000. Not bad, don't you think?
Many other things to do
The Crown in Perth is not just a casino, and the establishment has a lot more to offer than just games. You can also sleep there, dine, have a drink or enjoy some entertainment. There are many things to do during the day, or at night, and you can find out more about them in the next paragraphs.
If you want to stay at the complex overnight, you have the choice between two hotels:
- the Crown Metropol Perth (with 405 rooms) that has a very luxurious and modern design and prices starting from $298 per night,
- the Crown Promenade Perth (with 291 rooms) that offers a picturesque view of the Swan River with prices starting from $228 per night.
A third hotel is planned to be opened in December 2016. The Crown Tower is going to be a fantastic 6-star hotel.
You can dine at the following restaurants:
- gourmet (Altrium, Bistro Guillaume, Modo Mio, Nobu, Rockpool Bar & Grill and Silks),
- for the general public (Carvers, Junction Grill, Market & Co, The Merrywell, Poolside Bar & Grill and 88 Noddle Bar),
- for snacks (Cotta, McDonald's, Subway, Snax and Wokinabox).
Many bars and nightclubs
You can have a drink or party at the following places:
- the Crown Sport Bar,
- the Fusion,
- the Groove Bar & Lounge,
- the Vie Champagne Lounge,
- the Lobby Lounge,
- the Mesh Bar,
- the Poolside Bar & Grill,
- the Merrywell Bar,
- the Bistro Guillaume Bar,
- the Market & Co Bar,
- the Modo Mio Bar,
- the Nobu Bar,
- the Rockpool Bar.
You can visit the following clubs to party:
Leisure and wellness facilities
You can enjoy the following facilities for entertainment or relaxation:
- a theatre,
- a spa (Isika Spa),
- a hair dresser,
- a gym,
- an indoor swimming pool,
- an outdoor swimming pool,
- a small shopping centre.
In conclusion, I can say that the Crown Casino in Perth is a very nice establishment. It is in fact really awesome! The casino offers a very diverse game selection that should please the majority of players, and the other services of the establishment are simply outstanding!
By car : Great Eastern Highway.
By plane : International airport of Perth.
24 hours, 7 days a week.