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Overview

COMO The Treasury is housed in Perth's 140 year old State Buildings and is an Edwardian facade with neo-classical balconies that lead to cool, crisp, modern interiors. This elegant and restful hotel forms part of the Cathedral Square development and is an ideal base from which to explore the city.

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At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 48 rooms

Experiences

Dream

Contemporary rooms and suites feature custom-made beds, handcrafted European furnishings and oversized windows to deliver comfort, personality and light, while the bathrooms boast German deep-form baths, twin vanities, heated floors and aromatherapy-based COMO Shambhala at Home amenities.

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At COMO The Treasury, fine dining comes from the Wildflower restaurant, which is on the hotel’s rooftop, offering views across the Swan River and a menu showcasing contemporary cuisine with the best of West Australian produce. On the ground floor guests will find Post, a convivial spot serving modern Australian dishes with a French influence. All menus are overseen by COMO’s Chef Daniel Moran, together with Hotel Executive Chef.

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Explore Perth's cosmopolitan lifestyle on the doorstep, stroll through King's Park or indulge in the city's stylish stores.

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Unwind

COMO Shambhala specialises in hands-on healing, combining traditional Eastern techniques with cutting-edge advances in holistic healthcare. Indulge in a variety of different massage modalities and facials for restorative skincare. Some therapies employ COMO Shambhala products, while others benefit from specific partnerships with like-minded brands.

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Getting There

Arrival Airport

Perth International Airport

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COMO The Treasury is housed in Perth's 140 year old State Buildings and is an Edwardian facade with neo-classical balconies that lead to cool, crisp, modern interiors. This elegant and restful hotel forms part of the Cathedral Square development and is an ideal base from which to explore the city.

Climate

This vast state has weather as varied as its landscapes. Perth has hot Australian summers and mild winters and there’s a slightly more temperate climate in the south, though still relatively mild throughout the winter months. Reaching well into the tropics, the northern half of the state is hotter in the dry season and not as rainy in the wet season as its neighbour the Northern Territory, so September and October are a good time to visit.

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Location

Perth