Best of Perth
Perth in Australia has swiftly become a favourite city among travellers. It also has become a focus for global brands, including luxury operators such as COMO. The company has developed a property known as COMO The Treasury, located at the State Buildings.
Perth is considered to be on the luxury travel map. Various other brands have been following along with this sector’s expansion. Many of the existing operators have decided to raise their standards and renew their properties. You can now find more diversity in the hotel market from city to coast in and surrounding Perth.
In the Heart of the City
It is clear just how much Perth has been changing when you look at the floor-to-ceiling windows at the InterContinental. The hotel is newly on the scene, though it once was known by the name Rydges. At the King Street and Hay Street intersection, you will find the luxurious shopping district that is at the heart of the Perth. There also are numerous high rises being developed throughout the cityscape.
The InterContinental features luxury residential amenities, including well-appointed rooms and commissioned art in all of the public areas and guest rooms. There is a more private reception area that lends to the five-star property’s discreet atmosphere. The restaurants and bars at this hotel have a uniquely Spanish style. For instance, there is Heno and Rey, which is a laid-back bar/restaurant that both locals and guests enjoy.
There is nothing like a stay along the coast in Perth. Watch the sunset at Cottesloe, which is a coastal icon. The Cottesloe Beach Hotel has been around since 1905. It features a frontage that is classic art deco style at its finest. Enjoy visiting the beachside bar, fish bar, and beach club. It only has 13 rooms, 10 of which offer ocean views.
Along the coast, Scarborough is a suburban area that is on the up. This suburb now has cafes, beachside bars, and
Fremantle Sees a Rise
This port city has a more artistic feel to it. The hotel properties are being renewed, including Tradewinds. This classic hotel overlooks Swan River and it has high-quality furnishing, a rooftop terrace, cocktail trolley, and amazing views of the sunset.
Enjoy a visit to the Hougoumont to see a collision between the old and new. It is no wonder that this hotel named after a ship features shipping container units that were original parts of the Duke of York Hotel. It surely provides you with a luxury stay for reasonable rates where you can see the Best of Perth.