Crown Casino to Re-Open Location in Perth
The Perth-based mega casino owned by Crown Casino Ltd. is due to host an epic re-opening event this Saturday 27 June as COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed. The Western Australian Government has allowed the casino to re-open its doors in Perth, whilst Crown Casino locations in Melbourne remain closed for the foreseeable future.
It seems like a short time ago that lockdown measures first began in Australia, but in reality three long months have gone by. During this time Crown Casino has been forced to shut its doors, as with all non-essential businesses including restaurants and bars, revenue flow has completely vanished. The liabilities of the company still cost Crown Casino millions each day though, with the Barangaroo project disaster the biggest concern across its balance sheet.
As such, Crown Casino is eager to get back to business as usual, with Perth given the green light to continue with business as usual, we look ahead to see what precautions casino staff in the venues restaurants, hotel, bars and casino floor will be taking to ensure that guests are able to safely visit.
Safely Welcoming You Back
There are several fundamental processes that must be enforced to safely welcome back guests to Crown Casino this Saturday. The resort will be operating at close to normality but will be providing a few extra domestic services to ensure the highest stands of hygiene and health are maintained for all guests and staff.
Physical distancing is at the core of these measures. Guests and staff must comply with physical distancing measures whilst inside the building and on the vast expanse of the property. There will be capacity limits on the number of people who can enter the building at any one time. Density limits will be maintained, Crown Casino will limit the number of active tables in the casino to ensure these are kept.
Heavy duty cleaning has already been carried out across the venue and staff intend to maintain these high standards of cleanliness. High-frequency cleaning has already been carried out across the entertainment complex with emphasis on cleaning the tables and chairs between meetings or human contact.
Hand cleaning stations will be widely available throughout the entire building. Guests are encouraged to regularly clean their hands using complimentary hand cleaning stations. Alcohol hand wash is placed inside these devices, ensuring any harmful bacteria are killed.
Contact registering details must be provided by all visitors to the Crown Casino venue. This is to ensure that if positive cases of COVID-19 are reported from the premises, you are easily contactable and can be advised on the necessary precautions to take.
Crown casino understands its responsibility to safely open its buildings, and the crucial part all public venue managers have to improve the health and safety of guests during the pandemic.
Crown Sports Bar Also Re-Opening
Crown Casino has been closed since March 23, and it feels like it’s been far too long since we’ve been able to clink a few pints together and enjoy the good times. It’s nearly time to catch up with our mates and begin to transition into the post-COVID world. Following the approval of the Australian Government Department of Health This Saturday June 27 Crown Casino at Perth is welcoming back its loyal customers, opening the hotel, restaurant, casino and infamous Crown Sports Bar.
The fan favorite bar is a non-stop sports tv arena, giving guests the chance to watch popular sports from all over the world in a vibrant and large-scale bar environment. Watch the return of the English Premier League, German Bundesliga, AFL and a wide-variety of top American leagues.
Throughout the bar you’ll have immediate access to sports betting functionality, allowing you to enjoy the thrill of placing a bet on live sports. On top of providing an excellent facility to enjoy the professional sport from all over the world, Crown Sports Bar offers excellent odds across a massive range of betting markets.
As Saturday fast approaches casino and sports betting enthusiasts in Perth, Australia eagerly await the return of the city’s most phenomenal gambling venue.