COMO The Treasury Perth
The resort literally occupies Perth’s geographical center, called ‘point zero’, from where all street spaces in Western Australia are quantified. It confronts the Town of Perth’s modern brand new library and St George’s Cathedral. It is a short stroll to Perth’s parallel shopping malls, the Swan River and its new waterfront precinct, Elizabeth Quay. All buses moving along St Georges Terrace are liberated, so transportation is simple; Perth’s central train station is also just minutes away.
Style & personality
In keeping with its legacy DNA, COMO that the Treasury is understated yet elegant, minimalist yet comprehensive and smoothly elegant. Its human equivalent would be celebrity Kristen Scott Thomas. Orb lighting and announcement art-works are sprinkled through four floors. High ceilings and enormous windows abound. Traces of background are found in stainless steel window shutters and vault doors.
Service & amenities
Welcoming staff whisk luggage to rooms and politely respond to each requirement. There is a 24-hour concierge, room service, regular housekeeping, and a turndown service. The Treasury Lounge and Bar is a calm escape employed chiefly by guests, especially for day canapés and champagne. The Shambhala spa pampers with massages, facials and scrubs. Upstairs, the 20-metre indoor lap pool is striking as a result of its infinity edge and rooftop views. There is also a fitness center and a yoga studio.
Every one of the hotel’s 48 rooms matches to the 19th-century building’s unique contour; none are indistinguishable. All are spacious. Calming bone colors dominate the color scheme, from heated, stained flooring to woven rugs that fulfill white, freestanding baths and Egyptian cotton dressed king-sized beds so comfy you will want to invest in a single immeditately. The immense baths also include a glassed-in bathtub that plummets water in the ceiling like a spring-fed waterfall.
The mini-bar is included in the room rate: it is stocked with everything from craft beer into coconut water also can be replenished daily.
Food & beverage
If you do not need to leave the resort’s footprint throughout your stay (and most do not), you are going to be easily sated with its own culinary disperse and libations. A superb buffet and à la carte breakfast is served in Post pub. What it lacks in atmosphere it makes up for with exceptional, all-day fare — I would assert its foods are the very best in the institution. Additionally, it integrates the COMO collection’s healthy Shambhala cuisine, which can be rooted in organic and natural ingredients. More charismatic is Petition Kitchen, a fast jaunt down the hallway. Noisy and stylish, it excels in sharing dishes.
Its liquid double sits reverse, in Petition Beer Corner. Equipped with 18 taps which change frequently to learn more about the world’s craft beer alternatives, its bite menu matches the drinking experience. From the cellar, buzzing Long Chim Perth marries the flavour bombs of genuine Thai street food using far greater ingredients than you would find on a street corner. Velvet chairs and punchy cocktails in sultry, underground Halford Bar are obtained via an outside door, contrary to the library. The resort’s nice diner, Wildflower, is placed in a giant glass box. Fantastic views match dishes using a seasonal, west Australian attention.
Value for cash
Dual (‘City’) rooms from $445 (#266). Breakfast and mini-bar contained. Free Wi-Fi.
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