This Easter holiday, make time for a special long weekend, escaping your day-to-day life with a break at COMO The Treasury, COMO Hotels and Resorts’ first opening in Australia.
COMO The Treasury is set within a new precinct in Perth known as Cathedral Square which contains a group of late Victorian stone and brick buildings known locally as the ‘State Buildings’. Together they’ve played an important role in the city’s history over the past 140 years, serving as a town hall, post office, land titles office, and treasury. The buildings had been sitting empty for almost 20 years before they underwent a AUS$110 million restoration project in 2012 overseen by Kerry Hill Architects. The hotel and precinct serve as a modern center of town for up-and-coming Perth, offering historic surrounds which include world class food and drink outlets and retail stores and the five star COMO The Treasury.
The two night package includes accommodation for two in a Heritage Room, a bottle of Margaret River wine and Sue Lewis chocolates upon arrival, a gourmet picnic hamper, daily breakfast in Post restaurant, in-room private bar and valet parking.
Priced from AUD$1,395 based on two people in a Heritage Room for two nights. Guests can upgrade to a Heritage Balcony Room for an additional AUD$50 per night. The package is valid up to March 31st 2016, subject to availability.