Luxury Travel News: COMO Comes to Perth


Given its status as Australia’s boomtown, Perth has had a surprisingly limited selection of upscale hotels. This has now been rectified to some extent by the debut of COMO The Treasury, a 48-room contemporary boutique property housed within the 140-year-old State Buildings in the revitalized historic center of the city. The hotel was designed by noted Australian architect Kerry Hill — responsible for projects as diverse as The Sukhothai hotel in Bangkok and the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia — and its rooms are intended to create an atmosphere of serenity in keeping with the brand’s emphasis on “wellness” and a refined contemporary lifestyle. The Wildflower rooftop restaurant will offer views across the Swan River and a menu showcasing regional produce. COMO is noted for its standout spas, and the Perth property is likely to be no exception

Treasury Balcony Room at COMO The Treasury
Treasury Balcony Room at COMO The Treasury - © Greg Hocking
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