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My love, Wilson and I enjoyed very spontaneous one-night staycation at the Crown Towers, thanks to his lovely parents. I've secretly wanted to stay at this five-star hotel since it opened its doors in December 2016. The modern design, integrated technology and luxe interiors throughout the entire hotel is just exceptional. The room we stayed in was very luxurious, spacious and clean with gorgeous views of the swan river, the city and the new Matagarup Bridge that connects Burswood to East Perth. The room also had an amazing bathroom, a king sized bed, a little sofa lounge, table area, a minibar with a Nespresso machine, a closet with these super comfy robes and of course, all the essential amenities. Free parking on site was a definite plus too.

We checked in quite late as we had a busy day, dropped our stuff off then went out for dinner. Of course, the first thing I did after we returned was start the bath. It would have been about 4 months since I last relaxed in a bathtub I'm pretty sure the last time was at the Icelandicair Hotel, Myvatn and although the tv above the bathtub wasn't working It definitely would not have been convenient time to ask someone to fix it but, it worked out in the end as it was much more peaceful with no excess noise - plus I don't watch much TV anyway.

We woke up early in the morning so we would have enough time finish up a bit of work, create some content and check out the pool and wellness area. We went for a quick dip in the heated pool but, we didn't stay for very long as it started to rain. After we got changed, we checked-out around 11am and headed to the city for noodles and dumplings.



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