See our selecton of sample itineraries which feature COMO The Treasury

COMO The Treasury occupies a 19th century state building in the historical heart of Perth and is the perfect base to explore the capital of Western Australia.

48 rooms and suites take on a serene and stylish theme with neutral colour schemes, European furnishings, grand king-size beds, duo bathtubs and twin vanities.

Dining at The Treasury is quite the treat; the Wildflower restaurant is one of the best in the city serving fine western produce, artistically presented, and offers marvellous views over the Swan River. For a more informal eatery, try Post on the ground floor, a neo-bistro restaurant which is characteristically small and affordable.

Facilities include a heated indoor pool, gym and COMO Shambhala wellness centre specialising in hands on holistic-treatments, yoga and Pilates. After an afternoon of rejuvenation enjoy a tipple in the snug lounge and bar.

There's an abundance of things to see and do right on the doorstep, be that indulging in local wines, exploring the Cathedral Square, shopping in Perth's chic malls or strolling along the coast at sunset. For the adrenaline seekers, take a scenic flight above the city for an aerial view and the perfect photo opp.

Why We Love It
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The five course tasting menu at Wildflower restaurant, with pairings, is a must.

Miranda, Original Traveller

Itineraries that feature COMO The Treasury

Best for: Couples and Honeymoons
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