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ibis Brisbane Airport Hotel AU$117
ibis Brisbane Airport Hotel

ibis Brisbane Airport Hotel

2 Dryandra Road, Brisbane Airport
    3.5 out of 5.0

    Situated in Brisbane Airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of DFO Brisbane, Portside Wharf, and Brisbane Cruise Terminal. Doomben Racecourse and Eagle Farm Racecourse are also within 6 mi (10 km).

    Rydges South Bank AU$138
    Rydges South Bank

    Rydges South Bank

    9 Glenelg Street, South Brisbane
      4.5 out of 5.0

      A 10-minute walk from the Central Business District, this hotel is next to the Brisbane Convention Centre and across from the South Bank Parklands. The Queensland Performing Arts Centre is 0.3 km away.

      Oaks Aurora Tower AU$118
      Oaks Aurora Tower

      Oaks Aurora Tower

      420 Queen St, Brisbane
        4.5 out of 5.0

        Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury apartment building is within 1 mi (2 km) of Queen Street Mall and Story Bridge. Brisbane Customs House and ANZAC Square War Memorial are also within 6 mi (10 km). Brisbane Fortitude Valley Station is 15 minutes by foot.

        Capri by Fraser, Brisbane AU$132
        Capri by Fraser, Brisbane

        Capri by Fraser, Brisbane

        80 Albert Street (Cnr Mary St), Brisbane
          4.5 out of 5.0

          Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Queen Street Mall, and Brisbane Riverside Markets. Queensland Performing Arts Centre and Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre are also within 6 mi (10 km).

          Top Budget Brisbane Hotel Deals

          Ibis Budget Brisbane Airport AU$74
          Ibis Budget Brisbane Airport

          Ibis Budget Brisbane Airport

          18 Navigator Place, Cnr. Nudgee Road, Hendra
            2.0 out of 5.0

            Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Doomben Racecourse, Portside Wharf, and Brisbane Cruise Terminal. RNA Showgrounds and The Prince Charles Hospital are also within 6 mi (10 km).

            City Edge Brisbane Hotel AU$82
            City Edge Brisbane Hotel

            City Edge Brisbane Hotel

            63 Turbot Street, Brisbane
              3.0 out of 5.0

              Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this hotel is steps from North Quay and Brisbane City Hall. Queen Street Mall and King George Square are also within 10 minutes. Brisbane Roma Street Station is 6 minutes by foot and Brisbane Central Station is 8 minutes.

              Ascot Budget Inn & Residences AU$72
              Ascot Budget Inn & Residences

              Ascot Budget Inn & Residences

              143 Nudgee Road, Ascot
                2.5 out of 5.0

                Situated near the airport, this motel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Suncorp Stadium, Roma Street Parkland, and XXXX Brewery. Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre and Westfield Chermside are also within 9 mi (15 km).

                ibis Budget Windsor Brisbane AU$68
                ibis Budget Windsor Brisbane

                ibis Budget Windsor Brisbane

                159 Lutwyche Road, Windsor
                  2.0 out of 5.0

                  Situated in Windsor, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Royal Children's Hospital, Royal Brisbane & Women's Hospital, and RNA Showgrounds. Tivoli and Emporium are also within 2 mi (3 km). Brisbane Windsor Station is 9 minutes by foot and Brisbane Wilston Station is 18 minutes.

                  Top Luxury Brisbane Hotel Deals

                  Stamford Plaza Brisbane AU$154
                  Stamford Plaza Brisbane

                  Stamford Plaza Brisbane

                  Corner of Margaret & Edward Streets, Brisbane
                    5.0 out of 5.0

                    Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Eagle Street Pier, and Queen Street Mall. Museum of Brisbane is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) away. Brisbane Central Station is 11 minutes by foot and Brisbane Roma Street Station is 20 minutes.

                    Treasury Brisbane AU$231
                    Treasury Brisbane

                    Treasury Brisbane

                    130 William Street, Brisbane
                      5.0 out of 5.0

                      Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is steps from Treasury Casino and Commissariat Store Museum. Queen Street Mall and Museum of Brisbane are also within 10 minutes. South Brisbane Station is 10 minutes by foot and Brisbane Roma Street Station is 13 minutes.

                      Royal On The Park AU$131
                      Royal On The Park

                      Royal On The Park

                      152 Alice Street, Brisbane
                        4.5 out of 5.0

                        Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Eagle Street Pier and Queensland University of Technology. Brisbane Botanic Gardens and Brisbane Parliament House are also within 6 mi (10 km).

                        Sofitel Brisbane Central AU$158
                        Sofitel Brisbane Central

                        Sofitel Brisbane Central

                        249 Turbot Street, Brisbane
                          5.0 out of 5.0

                          In central Brisbane, this hotel is two blocks from Queen Street Mall and three km from South Bank Parklands and the Brisbane's cultural center.


                          Hotels In Brisbane

                          You know what they say: “When life gets you in a tizzy, chill out in Brizzie”. OK, we made that up, but people should definitely say it more often, because the cool Queensland capital is tops. Australia’s third-largest city is in first place when it comes to great weather, outdoor activities and that unexplainable “cool” factor.

                          Is it all the amazing free things there are to do? Maybe it’s Fortitude Valley, Australia’s first district that was designated especially for partying. But we think it comes from the sheer diversity of awesomeness. In fact, we think you should just skip looking at hotels in Brisbane and move here already!

                          Just kidding. But you should book with Wotif today and get ready for a holiday that’s chockablock with adventures.

                          Beautiful Brizzie

                          This isn’t called the “Sunshine State” for nothing. Brisbane’s got 283 days of sunshine a year and plenty of ways to enjoy it. Get out of Brisbane hotels and take to the river, park, island or trail. We told you the things to do were endless.

                          • Jump aboard a CityHopper, the free ferry service that leisurely floats up and down the river. Free cruise? Yes, please.
                          • Brisbane holidays are full of free stuff: The city’s self-guided art trails are sure to make you feel cultured. On the Cultural Heritage Public Art Trail, you’ll see everything from 19th century memorials to contemporary sculpture, all while soaking up that QLD sunshine.
                          • For an unforgettable day trip, hop the ferry to Moreton Island and go snorkelling, sand tobogganing and swimming. The Champagne Pools on the island’s north side are a worthy Instagram snap for any feed.

                          Brisbane is more than just a pretty face, though. Brisbanites are darn smart, too. Yes, this city is the total package, as evidenced by its residents’ brilliant inventions over the years.

                          • Whoever thought to take sponge cake, coat it in chocolate and roll it in coconut is a bloody genius in our opinion. The mystery around who, exactly, tried it first may never be solved, but we know it started here and that it’s delicious, so that’s good enough.
                          • Brisbane is home to Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. Why no one opened one before 1927 is beyond us, but we’re glad someone finally thought of it. And let’s just put it out there: Yes, you can hold the koalas (yay)!
                          • Brisbanite Craig Steven Wright may or may not be the founder of Bitcoin, a digital currency that isn’t really real—or is it? The only thing everyone can agree on is that the whole thing is really, really strange.

                          Everyone can also agree that a getaway to Brisbane will be one of the best things you ever did. Well, besides that time you convinced zoo-goers they were watching gorillas play golf. No wait, that was Hamish and Andy.

                          Places to Stay in Brisbane

                          Wake up to the sunrise streaming in through your windows…or don’t! There will be none of that when you’re relaxing in luxurious surrounds at Rydges South Bank. Your blackout curtains mean you can stay in bed all morning using the free Wi-Fi—unless, of course, you want to throw them open for a glimpse of that panoramic city view. Take it all in and think about what’s next.

                          • Go for a spin on the Wheel of Brisbane for a bird’s-eye view of Australia’s best city. Any local will confirm that for you.
                          • Hit the beach at South Bank Parklands—yes, really! Streets Beach is a manmade wonder with a European feel. You’ll probably be lucky enough to stumble upon yoga, live music or some sort of festival, since there’s pretty much always something on.
                          • Walk to the Queensland Museum & Sciencentre for, well, a little bit of everything. One of the world’s oldest diving helmets? Check. Thousands of tiny model trains? Indeed. A day filled with things you never even knew you wanted to know about? Done.

                          With accommodation in Brisbane’s Spring Hill district, you’re walking distance to many attractions while being just away from the fray. In short, it’s a peaceful stay that can’t be beat. At Punthill Brisbane, wake up to fresh air out on your private balcony, fix yourself a breakfast in your kitchen, then see what inspires you.

                          • You’ll find quite the spectacle at Roma Street Parkland—of plants, that is. The Spectacle Garden has an ever-changing landscape of flowers, herbs and dragons. Well, water dragons, but they’re still pretty cool.
                          • Take a leisurely stroll to Queens Plaza for upscale shopping. Fuel up to shop till you drop on Burnett Lane, the city’s oldest street. Today it’s home to the hippest restaurants and cafes around.
                          • Hit the Museum of Brisbane for some education on how this little colony grew up to become “Bris-vegas”. Rotating exhibits cover everything from famous Queenslanders to the history of Moreton Bay and its famous “bugs”; don’t worry, they’re just lobsters.

                          If you want to get in on a party, don your dancing shoes and book Brisbane accommodation in Fortitude Valley. Where does this valley get its strength? We’re pretty sure classy rooftop bars and underground discotheques have something to do with it. From Brisbane Marriott Hotel, you can walk (sorry, stumble) to it all.

                          • Brizzie’s got gorgeous weather year-round, and you should definitely enjoy it—on a rooftop bar! Longtime favourite Alfred & Constance has a house-party feel, and more importantly, a tiki bar.
                          • It’s a zoo out there! And also inside The Zoo, one of the city’s most famous (or infamous) live music venues. From reggae to hip-hop to jazz and folk, just check the calendar and choose your tunes.
                          • Got robot ears? Dance the night away to electronic jams on one of three floors at The Met. Yes, three! You’re bound to find something great.

                          All right, so Gold Coast accommodation isn’t in Brisbane, but it is just an hour’s drive south, and if you want to really live like a local, you totally have to go there. Trust us.

                          • Go beach-hopping from the family-friendly vibes of Main Beach to laid-back Surfers Paradise to trendy Broadbeach. Choose your best match, toss out the towel and relax. That’s the name of the game here. Also beach volleyball—there’s plenty of that.
                          • Fall asleep on the sand? Use some of that energy at the area’s famous theme parks. In fact, you don’t even have to go all the way to the Gold Coast CBD. The gigantic and spectacular Dreamworld Park is just 55km south of Brisbane.

                          Wotif’s awesome Brisbane hotel deals will leave you plenty of cash to spend on lamington, craft cocktails and day trips. The only thing that money can’t buy is that Brisbane-style cool factor. You’ll have to work on that yourself.

                          Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Brisbane? Check out our Brisbane travel guide!

                          How Much is a Hotel Room in Brisbane?

                          Hotels in Brisbane start at AU$68 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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