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Australia Crown Perth restaurants to reopen but wheels won't roll on casino floor

01:45  04 june  2020
01:45  04 june  2020 Source:   watoday.com.au

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A supplied image obtained, Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016 of The official opening of Crown Towers Perth © AAP Image/Crown Perth/James Morgan A supplied image obtained, Thursday, Dec. 15, 2016 of The official opening of Crown Towers Perth The wheels might start turning for hospitality venues across WA this Saturday, but they will still be idle at the state's biggest private employer, Crown Perth.

While some bars and restaurants will be back in the game at WA's gaming mecca this weekend when state restrictions ease further, discussions between authorities and Crown Perth on when gaming floors could reopen are ongoing.

Several venues at Crown Perth were close to fully booked ahead of phase 3 restrictions hitting just in time for the battered hospitality industry on June 6, but the resort's CEO Barry Felstead said only about half of the 5500 people employed pre-pandemic would be back at work initially.

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A selection of restaurants and bars including The Merrywell, Nobu, Silks, Modo Mio, TWR and Bistro Guillaume will open their doors to the public for the first time in almost two months.

"We've got about 2100 food and beverage staff and we're going to bring back several hundred of them for the first phase of opening up some of our restaurants," Mr Felstead said.

Eight of Crown's 35 restaurants and bars will operate from this weekend as part of the resort's phased approach back to full operation.

The state of play on the resort's gaming floors, which employ thousands of people and are a big component of Crown's bottom line, was less clear.

"We're looking to kick discussions off this week," Mr Felstead told 6PR.

"Obviously we're pretty keen to get the main part of the property open."

Mr Felstead said a variety of health measures were in place for restaurants and also the casino for state health officers to consider.

He didn't rule out the possibility of patrons who wanted to gamble with cards and chips on blackjack tables, for example, wearing gloves if that meant those elements of the gaming floor could reopen sooner.

The sprawling design of bars and restaurants means several could open at once and still abide by the government's 100/300 rule.

"Our restaurants are treated as separate venues; we can open potentially 10 or 11 restaurants with 100 people in each," Mr Felstead said.

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"The restaurants are spread out and we've had a lot of bookings already.

"People will come in, they'll go to the restaurant - socially distanced of course - have thier meal and that's pretty much it.

"Obviously the casino isn't open so there's not much else to do other than the restaurants at this point in time."

The top-range Crown Towers was open for bookings and several rooms were available, while the resort's mid-range Metropol would be back online soon.

"We've had a very good demand for bookings without much advertising, and a lot of interest in people coming to the restaurants," Mr Felstead said.

A Crown spokesperson said staff had worked hard behind the scenes to implement measures to reduce infection when each of the resort's restaurants reopened.

"Guests and employees will be required to comply with physical distancing measures while on property, all in accordance with government requirements, which include venue capacity limits (including density limits) and spacing between tables." they said.

"High-frequency cleaning will be implemented across all areas of the entertainment complex with an emphasis on high-contact surfaces and frequently used areas, including cleaning of all tables and chairs between each seating."

Guests would also be asked to use hand sanitiser upon entry to restaurants and employees were required to wash their hands or use hand sanitiser at frequent intervals, with hand sanitisation placed across the resort.

"In line with government requirements, each venue will maintain attendance records of guests for the purposes of contact tracing," the spokesperson said.

New seating configurations will adhere to physical distancing guidelines and capped patronage at venues, while self-serve buffet-style food service would be suspended and replaced by ?? la carte menus.

Guests staying at Crown Perth's hotels will face further screening tests and sanitation points, while luggage delivery, in-room dining, laundry and dry-cleaning services would be available using contactless pick-up and delivery.

Only four guests will be allowed in each elevator, or one larger family, plus a staff member, and magazines and publications have been removed from guest rooms.

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