InterContinental Hotels Group recently opened a Crowne Plaza in Hobart, with another in Adelaide set to open on September 1.
Both Crowne Plazas will offer the brand’s new Plaza Workspace offering, a co-working space for guests who can expect wireless phone chargers integrated into tables, as well as access to free high-speed Wi-Fi.
The new-build Crowne Plaza Hobart offers event planners six versatile meeting and event spaces, which includes a ballroom with natural lightning, all of which come decked out with state-of-the-art AV and virtual conference capabilities.
It will have 235 rooms, alongside facilities such as a Club Lounge, a fitness centre, and two F&B options – the all-day Core Restaurant and Bar, and the farm-to-table eatery The Deck.
Over in Adelaide, the Crowne Plaza will be a bigger property with 329 rooms starting from 28m2. Alongside the in-room streaming app, the high-tech rooms will also feature a digital in-room compendium, Bluetooth-streamed music, and a 55-inch LCD TV.
Crowne Plaza Adelaide will also feature 450m2 of flexible meeting and conference space across four spaces on level two: The Visionary Ballroom and pre-function space; Elevate, Collaborate (these spaces combine to create one larger space); and The Think Tank.
Other amenities include the Luna10 bar; Pan-Asian influenced eatery Koomo, gym, and outdoor infinity pool.
One more Crowne Plaza, situated in Sydney’s Darling Harbour, is scheduled to open before the end of this year.