PERTH’S COMO the Treasury has simply been named the world’s second-best lodge, in Conde Nast Traveler’s Readers’ Alternative Awards.
Housed within the metropolis’s 140-year-old State Buildings, it’s a part of a $580 million redevelopment.
There are 48 elegant visitor rooms and suites with unique options, in addition to two eating places, a bar, a lounge and a library. Rooms begin from $595 per night time, together with breakfast.
“Perth might not have as a lot clout as Sydney or Melbourne, however this glossy COMO outpost — the model’s first lodge Down Below — would possibly simply assist set a change in movement,” Traveler mentioned.
“Jed Gerrard’s Wildflower, the lodge’s glassed-in rooftop restaurant, affords extra than simply a powerful expertise — whenever you style the kangaroo, delicately smoked over jarrah embers and served with grilled blueberry dressing, you’ll get what we imply.”
Amenities additionally embrace a health club, 20m indoor pool, and a variety of holistic therapies.
The Treasury was solely outranked by Ballyfin, a stately Georgian dwelling north of Dublin. Resort Matilda in Mexico, Umaid Bhawan Palace in India, and Summer time Lodge Nation Home Resort in England rounded out the highest 5.