For a delicious family meal or staycation, you just can’t beat Crown Perth. The mega-resort is a great place to visit, even with kids in tow! Summer is a particularly good time of year at Crown – with lots of poolside fun and the wonderful festive feel – complete with giant Christmas tree! From waterslides, watching cartoons in a bubble bath and an EPIC chocolate fountain – here’s the Buggybuddys guide to dining and staying at Crown Perth with kids.
Family Dining at Crown Perth
Whether you’re enjoying a very special family meal, a family feast at a buffet restaurant or a casual bite to eat before a show, there are so many dining options at Crown Perth with kids.
If you’re looking for a kid friendly spot to feast with your family – you can’t go past the Atrium. Found in the huge lobby of Crown Metropol, the restaurant offers a massive range of Western, Asian and Indian dishes, ensuring even fussy eaters are catered for! One of two buffet restaurants at Crown, the Atrium offers a high quality, yet cheaper alternative to Epicurean at Crown Towers. Open for breakfast, lunch, high tea on Sunday afternoons, and dinner, 7 days a week. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
For a fancy feed with your fam – head to Epicurean! The premium buffest boasts a vast array of dishes made from only the very best produce. You’re guaranteed an epic family meal for breakfast, lunch or dinner – all followed by dipping something sweet into THAT chocolate fountain! Be sure to keep an eye out for special school holiday events (like doughnut decorating) especially for your little foodies. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Feeling like something a little bit posh? The good news is that you CAN dine at Crown Perth with kids! Many of their top-end restaurants cater for children, and are perfect for a family celebration.
The French restaurant, overlooking Crown Metrolpol’s stunning lagoon pool, is a fresh and funky spot for a family meal. Bistro Guillaume, decked out in vibrant green, offers a children’s menu, colouring in and high chairs. For adults, there’s a menu of classic French favourites and fine wines to enjoy. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Did you know you can take kids to Nobu?! The top notch Japanese restaurant is surprisingly child friendly with welcoming staff, kid-friendly food (our mini Buggybuddy reviewer Caleb loves popping the edamame beans!) and highchairs. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Silks, an award-winning Chinese restaurant, has an opulent dining room and a tantalising range of handcrafted dim sum, barbecue, seafood and multi-regional noodle and rice dishes. Little Kids will love trying to eat with chopsticks – though kid’s cutlery is offered too. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
The up-market Italian offers authentic cuisine including delicious pastas, antipasti and pizzas. Children are welcome.
The incredibly popular gastro pub is always buzzing and offers American “dude food” style eats. For little one’s there’s a kids menu, colouring in and high chairs are available. Little Chef LOVES the crispy mac and cheese bites. And be sure to leave a little room for the scrumptious S’mores for dessert! Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Market and Co
Market & Co is a good option for a pre-show bite to eat. Found right next to the Crown Theatre at Crown Promenade hotel, there is an a la carte restaurant, as well as a casual bar area and alfresco with a tapas menu. The full kids menu is available in both areas. There are also high chairs available and baby change facilities on site. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Crown Perth Food Hall
On a budget? That’s ok! The Crown Perth food hall offers quick and easy food options too. Here there is McDonalds (including McCafe), Subway and Wok in a Box to choose from to eat in a casual setting.
Staying at Crown Perth with Children
There’s so much to do at Crown Perth with kids, so why not stay a night or two for a fun family break. You’ll never need to leave the resort, but if you do, explore the Swan River, amazing playgrounds at Chevron Parklands or an event at the neighbouring Optus Stadium. Here’s the kid-friendly low down on the three hotels at Crown Perth.
The mid-range hotel has the most family friendly offering of Crown’s three accommodation options.
With a kids-only waterslide and water play area (in addition to the phenomenal pool), a dedicated kids room filled with toys, TVs and arcade games and even bikes to hire to explore the Burswood peninsula – Crown Metropol is a brilliant place to stay with kids. There’s water fun all-year round with an indoor pool too. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Crown Perth’s glittering jewel, Crown Towers is an indulgent place for a family stay-cay.
Kids will love the luxe, high tech features of the rooms, which include a TV in the bathroom! The stunning pool area is a relaxing place to lounge around, and the shallow beach style entry is perfect for tiny tots. Older kids will enjoy hanging out in the cabana by the pool which has foosball and a pool table. Read the Buggybuddys review here.
Crown Promenade is the most affordable place for families to stay at Crown Perth. There’s comfortable rooms, a lap pool and all the convenience of staying with the Crown Entertainment Complex.
Where’s your family’s favourite place to dine or stay at Crown Perth with kids? Let us know in the comments below!
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