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Capri by Fraser, Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels

Capri by Fraser, Brisbane

80 Albert Street (Cnr Mary St), Brisbane - Map
"Great place to stay "
Comfortable room, great/friendly hotel staff, a great way to spend the weekend in the city for us. Great facilities.
A Traveller
The hotel comprises 239 rooms which are characterized by modern design and an efficient e-commerce environment which appeals …More
Stamford Plaza Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels

Stamford Plaza Brisbane

Corner of Margaret & Edward Streets, Brisbane - Map
I was upgraded which made the stay more pleasurable and an unexpected surprise.
Traveller from Brisbane
Quest on Story Bridge - Kangaroo Point Hotels

Quest on Story Bridge

85 Deakin Street, Kangaroo Point - Map
"Easy to access."
The quest was easy to locate and is central to South Bank, Kangaroo Point and CBD. The apartment provides the basic requirements to prepare your own food. There are several shops nearby to purchase groceries from.
A Traveller
1 2 and 3 bedroom loft style apartments all apartments have reversecycle air-conditioing microwave iron and irning board …More
NEXT Hotel Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels

NEXT Hotel Brisbane

72 Queen Street, Brisbane - Map
"Easy business stay"
Easy - great location, lovely hotel, will be my regular stop in Brissie for business
A Traveller
NEXT Hotel Brisbane has recently undergone a multi-million dollar refurbishment. Inspiredby the modern business traveller …More
Hilton Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels

Hilton Brisbane

190 Elizabeth St, Brisbane - Map
Great breakfast bathrooms a little small but room nice
A Traveller
Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels

Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane

99 Mary Street, Brisbane - Map
"Good location in city "
Hotel is amazing. Room is very luxurious. Bed is very comfortable. Staff are friendly.
Traveller from Brisbane QLD
Rendezvous Hotel Brisbane On George - Brisbane Hotels

Rendezvous Hotel Brisbane On George

103 George Street, Brisbane - Map
"Convenient location "
Hotel was in a convenient location and quiet at night. The beds were comfortable. The room was clean but the shower tile grout was stained with mould. The shower head / water pressure was terrible and there was no ventilation in the bathroom.
Traveller from Queensland
Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane Anzac Square - Brisbane Hotels

Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane Anzac Square

255 Ann Street, Brisbane - Map
"Beautiful City Apartment"
from the moment i walked into Adina Brisbane i was greeted by a huge smile wonderful customer service. Did not stop there i went into my room it was jaw dropping so comfortable, quiet, fully self contained. 24 hour access and staff. Will go there again and recomend
Traveller from Brisbane
Mantra On Mary - Brisbane Hotels

Mantra On Mary

70 Mary Street, Brisbane - Map
"Great place to stay in Brisbane city!"
Close to everything, and like a home away from home. Highly recommended.
Traveller from Christchurch NZ
Centrally located 43 levels featuring 140 superbly appointed one and three bedroom apartmentsSpacious and air-conditioned …More
The Point Brisbane – Hotel - Kangaroo Point Hotels

The Point Brisbane – Hotel

21 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point - Map
"Beautiful Junior suite. Excellent service! "
Excellent! Staff were friendly and helpful from arrival to departure. Was upgraded to Junior suite. Wine and cheese platter on arrival. Beautiful buffet breakfast. The room was clean. Even though we were positioned next to the main road to the Story bridge, it was nice and quiet in our room. Had a view of the city. No balcony but we didn't mind. King size bed was so comfortable! I would recommend it to couples wanting a getaway. Had a lovely walk in the evening...along the waterfront walkway under the story bridge and back.
Traveller from Brisbane

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    Hotels In Brisbane CBD

    This river city is often referred to as "one big country town" because it has the charm and community spirit of a rural town, with all the mod cons to make your stay there fun and enjoyable. Stay in one of our Brisbane CBD hotels, where you can unwind and soak up the atmosphere of the Sunshine State.

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    Things to Do

    Get a feel for the city by taking a cruise along the river on a free CityHopper ferry, hopping off at the various stops on both sides of the river. Make sure that you stop off at Southbank, the recreation mecca of the CBD. Here, you can laze about on the grassy slopes with a picnic lunch, sit down at one of the many cafes or restaurants, or have a splash in the salty waters of man-made Streets Beach. Take a walk under the nearby decorative arches of The Arbour and you'll soon come to the Nepalese Peace Pagoda, known for its intricate design.

    If you aren't afraid of heights, you can take to the Brisbane skies in a hot air balloon or climb the Story Bridge for a fantastic view. Another great way to see the city, with a bird's eye view, is to hop on the Wheel of Brisbane. It's like a giant Ferris wheel, only much safer – and less daunting - because the observation cabins are completely enclosed and air-conditioned.

    Art and Culture

    Those fascinated by art, culture and history will love visiting the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre. The Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art are right next door and, if you feel like spending an evening at the theatre, the Queensland Performing Arts Centre is just across the road.

    From the Cultural Centre, you can walk or drive across the Victoria Bridge and hit the shops at Queen Street Mall, Brisbane's – and, arguably, Queensland's – most popular shopping precinct. Make sure you bring your credit card because you're bound to fall in love with many of the items on offer here. In the mall you'll find boutique fashion stores, alongside alternative record shops and big name department stores, and you'll be entertained by plenty of buskers.

    Getting Here and Around

    Getting around the CBD is really easy. All you have to do is purchase a go card (the local public transportation card) and then you can jump aboard buses, trains and ferries to get to just about any destination in the city. If you're itching to hit the beach, take the two hour train journey north to the Sunshine Coast or the 90 minute trip south to the Gold Coast, where you'll get a decent dose of surf, sun and sand.

    Check out these cheap flights to Brisbane and book your Brisbane CBD accommodation with us now to start enjoying this uniquely charming city.