Pros: close to everything we needed being right in the CBD. Parking was included which we didn't expect.
Cons: First staff member who checked us in wasn't warm or friendly but seemed like he didn't want to be there.
The room was small but nice for short stay.
Traveller from queensland
The hotel comprises 239 rooms which are characterized by modern design and an efficient e-commerce environment which appeals …More
"Well-appointed hotel close to the Roma Parklands"
Staff were friendly and helpful and we enjoyed a panoramic view of the city from our balcony. Parking of our hire car was easy. The hotel was an easy walk from the Brisbane CBD and the river, where we were able to watch the excellent "Riverfire" fireworks display. The adjacent Roma Parklands is a hidden gem in Brisbane and is easily accessed from the Hotel Grand Chancellor.
booked for 1 night prior to riverfire. Parking was $25 extra for the night. Even then it was difficult to find a vacant space as most had been booked out for riverfire. Elevators were always full and had to wait for 5 before we could get in. Corridors on our level were very narrow. When you got out of lift there were no signs indicating which direction your room was and no rooms immediately opposite lifts to work it out.
Room itself was nice. Clean and well presented. New equipment (tv's media player etc).
Traveller from Sydney Au
Oaks Aurora soars 69 storeys above Brisbane with superb city and river views from the apartment balconies. With its superbly …More
The Brisbane CBD straddles the Brisbane River and has ample parks, including the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens. The area is easily walkable and there are many restaurants with outdoor seating—if it’s late enough you may be able to catch some live entertainment. Across the river in South Bank you’ll find an exciting shopping experience at the Friday night and weekend markets with more than 80 vendor stalls.