Crown Melbourne combines the accommodation, meeting and function space of the 3 hotels; Crown Towers, Crown Metropol and Crown Promenade within the complex offering approx.

1,600 guest rooms ranging from six-star luxury to premium five-star and quality four-star accommodation. 

Guests will enjoy well-appointed accommodation, world-class leisure facilities and a plethora of dining options whilst experiencing Crown’s World of Entertainment with Australia’s largest casino, 70 restaurants, cafes & bars, 40 retail outlets, theatres and 2 car parks with over 5,000 spaces

Located Melbourne’s Yarra River at Southbank, Crown Melbourne is only a short stroll to the CBD, parks, gardens and shopping precincts of Melbourne and trams right outside the door connect to Southern Cross Railway Station. 

Crown Conference Centre’s extensive and versatile space can cater for up to 19 concurrent conferences on one site. These spaces offer natural light in some rooms, flexible layout, wireless internet technology, data technology, webcasting and video conferencing facilities

With over 7,350 square metres of facilities across three floors or by utilising Crown’s banqueting facilities including the Palladium’s 1500 seat ballroom Crown Melbourne is able to cater for Large events as well as functions, seminars, product launches, exhibitions and small meetings.

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