COMO Hotels and Resorts will open its first Australian property in October as the 48-room COMO The Treasury, Perth hotel.
Situated in the Cathedral Square Development precinct in Perth’s CBD, the hotel makes use of a newly-revitalised building that previously sat unused for almost 20 years among others that were used as a town hall, post office, treasury and more over the years.
With a focus on understated luxury, the Kerry Hill-designed rooms have a relatively minimalist feel but still offer king beds, plenty of natural light and European furniture, with some rooms also enjoying private balcony access:
The ensuite bathrooms boast twin vanities, stone tiles and heated floors, while guests also have access to free wireless Internet, a gym and indoor heated pool, meeting rooms and a lounge bar for casual drinks with colleagues and clients.
On the rooftop you’ll discover a fine dining restaurant serving up contemporary European cuisine against views across the Swan River, with a separate restaurant on the ground floor providing a more laidback dining experience of local Australian dishes.
The hotel officially opens on October 15 2015, with reservations currently available via the hotel’s website for stays from Monday November 2.
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