Western Australia’s hotel scene offers travellers an opportunity to immerse themselves in WA’s cultural heritage. Como The Treasury , pictured, opened its doors in 2016 as an exciting mixed-use development. After being vacant for nearly 20 years, the buildings have been reinvigorated and adapted into a mix of hotel, day spa, hospitality and retail offerings. This conservation and adaptive reuse project on a grand scale has been much awarded, taking out the prestigious Gerry Gauntlett Award at the 2016 WA Heritage Awards.
In the South West, Caves House Hotel has always been a South West attraction in its own right. In 1903, the first Caves House was opened to the public as accommodation for visitors to the Yalingup Cave (now Ngilgi Cave). In the Great Southern region, the conversion of the Katanning Roller Flour Mill into the luxury Premier Mill Hotel has been popular with locals and visitors alike.
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