A woman in her 30s was found dead at a luxury hotel in Western Australia.
Her body was found at the Crowns Towers Hotel in Perth’s southeast on Monday afternoon.
It is unclear how she died.
A 42-year-old man was taken from the scene of the accident in Burswood to Royal Perth Hospital with serious self-inflicted injuries.
He was reportedly known to the woman.
A police spokesman told the station: “The man was taken into custody and is currently receiving medical treatment.”
“It is assumed that both parties know each other.”
Authorities are understood to have sent “a number of resources” to Crown Towers, located in Perth’s Crown Casino complex, after an alert was triggered at around 11am.
A spokesperson for the hotel confirmed that police responded to a situation on Monday. 7News Reports.
They said: “Our team is supporting WA Police with their investigations and we are supporting our team members.”
Guests at the hotel reported seeing a large ambulance and police officers, but claimed they knew nothing about the incident.
Detectives were reportedly seen entering and exiting the hotel after gaining access to the 12th floor.
The $650 million five-star hotel claims to set “the benchmark for luxury hotels” with “unparalleled views of the city.”
Stays at Crown Towers can cost up to $3,399 (£1,800) per night.
The hotel was previously touted as Perth’s first “six star” hotel.
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