THE COMO

EST 1878

OUR HISTORY

The Como Hotel was originally built for the Germans working on the construction of the railway. This hotel has had a mixture of owners & Publicans from the Catholic Church in the late 1880’s to that legend of Australian rugby league Arthur Beetson.

Unfortunately, the hotel that saw two world wars come and go, and could not withstand the fire on Sunday 3 November 1996.

Affectionately known as the Como Hilton, the Hotel was re-built 5 years later keeping the original brickwork and retained the burnt door which was salvaged from the fire in the hotel’s restaurant.

Como Hotel has a touch of elegance standing in the quiet backwaters of the Georges River. With remarkable views and shady verandas, this hotel is a beautiful heritage of our Shire.

TODAY

Today, The Como Hotel is one of the oldest buildings in the Sutherland Shire and is an important part of the Shire’s heritage.

The Hotel caters to all ages and features a bistro, a sports bar, TAB and Keno facilities, a lounge area, and a unique functions space. We also offer a kids play area and brunch on weekends.

Grill

Bar

Functions

Monday......................... 11am – 10pm Tuesday......................... 11am – 10pm Wednesday................... 11am – 11pm Thursday....................... 11am – 11pm Friday............................. 11am – 12am Saturday.................... 9:30am – 12am Sunday...................... 9:30am – 10pm

Brunch
Saturday............... 9:30am – 11:30am Sunday.................. 9:30am – 11:30am

Get in touch

02 9528 9900 | [email protected]

General enquiry | Event enquiry

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