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Ibis Styles Brisbane Elizabeth Street - Brisbane Hotels

Ibis Styles Brisbane Elizabeth Street

40 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane - Map
"Convenient location"
A modern, comfortable hotel centrally located in the Brisbane CBD. Very close to shops and restaurants. Excellent value for money and would certainly stay again.
Traveller from Gold coast
Located at the heart of the Brisbane CBD, the 368 room ibis Styles Brisbane features uninterrupted views of Brisbane River …More
Stamford Plaza Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels

Stamford Plaza Brisbane

Corner of Margaret & Edward Streets, Brisbane - Map
"Luxury and value"
This hotel was very welcoming, with efficient check in - room was ready early. The view from the room of the river and Storey Bridge was fantastic. The room was large and bed was very comfortable. I asked for a quiet room with a nice view and got it! The gym and pool are also worth a visit - the equipment was modern and everything worked. The pool was beautiful and big enough to swim laps. We very much enjoyed our stay and the hotel is located in an excellent part of town - easy to walk the river, the gardens and many great coffee shops and cafés. Try Le Bon Choix for a breakfast or morning tea treat.
A Traveller
Quest on Story Bridge - Kangaroo Point Hotels

Quest on Story Bridge

85 Deakin Street, Kangaroo Point - Map
"Nice Hotel, well located with very friendly staff"
Nice Hotel, well located. Staff were very attentive and eager to assist in anyway. The rooms were very pleasant and clean. Good location with plenty of restaurants and bars on offer as well as the river frontage only a few hundred meters away. A little overpriced given the age and amenities on offer at the hotel. But it is certainly made up for to a large extent by the service.
Traveller from Sydney
1 2 and 3 bedroom loft style apartments all apartments have reversecycle air-conditioing microwave iron and irning board …More
Capri by Fraser, Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels

Capri by Fraser, Brisbane

80 Albert Street (Cnr Mary St), Brisbane - Map
"Quick one night stay"
It was definitely a pleasant stay at Capri by Fraser. We loved the décor and location was excellent with a lot of great dining places within walking distance.
Traveller from Sydney, Australia
The hotel comprises 239 rooms which are characterized by modern design and an efficient e-commerce environment which appeals …More
Alex Perry Hotel & Apartments - Fortitude Valley Hotels

Alex Perry Hotel & Apartments

959 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley - Map
"New Hotel in The Valley"
New, clean cost effective, (50% less cost), alternative to Emporium. Nice expansive roof deck with 270 degree views, pool and BBQ area, (under cover). Modest gym but no other facilities for business or leisure. Very noisy location but rooms are acoustically managed. Wi-Fi in rooms is included. Lighting in the rooms is unfortunately horrible. staff are well meaning and courteous but require training. It is OK for the money. No valet of concierge.
Traveller from Adelaide
Oakwood Apartments Brisbane - Fortitude Valley Hotels

Oakwood Apartments Brisbane

15 Ivory Lane, Fortitude Valley - Map
"Alright "
The hotel was quite nice with a good view of the bridge. However, for the price we paid I expected a higher quality room.
Traveller from Brisbane, QLD
NEXT Hotel Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels

NEXT Hotel Brisbane

72 Queen Street, Brisbane - Map
"Comfortable Hotel"
This hotel was good value for money. The staff were friendly and accommodating.
A Traveller
NEXT Hotel Brisbane has recently undergone a multi-million dollar refurbishment. Inspiredby the modern business traveller …More
Meriton Serviced Apartments Herschel Street - Brisbane Hotels

Meriton Serviced Apartments Herschel Street

43 Herschel Street, Brisbane - Map
"Quality, Value and Location"
I would recommend the Meriton Apartments to anyone. The hotel is convenient, very well appointed and comfortable. The check in and out process was very smooth, the rooms are large and very comfortable and only a short walk to the CBD.
Traveller from Sydney
Novotel Brisbane Airport - Brisbane Airport Hotels

Novotel Brisbane Airport

6-8 The Circuit, Brisbane Airport - Map
"Close to the International Airport for easy access"
Pleasant nice and able to meet the family for dinner in the restaurant for dinner before an overseas holiday.
Traveller from Sydney
Novotel Brisbane Airport is the first hotel in the airport precinct and offers premier business and leisure accommodation. …More
Hotel Jen Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels

Hotel Jen Brisbane

159 Roma Street, Brisbane - Map
"excellent one night stay "
Great staff . very helpful polite and try hard to make guests happy
A Traveller

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    Accommodation In Brisbane

    You know what they say: “When life gets you in a tizzy, chill out in Brissie”. OK, we made that up, but people should definitely say it more often, because the cool Queensland capital is tops. So join the fun and explore the many awesome traditions and flavours that call this international city home—from dolmas to dumplings.

    Looking for places to stay in Brisbane? You’ve come to the right place. Use our Brisbane travel guide to pique your curiosity for quirky neighbourhoods and local favourites. Oh, and pack your sunnies!

    Plan Your Trip

    When you touch down on in Brisbane, you’ll see right away how gorgeous Moreton Bay is, because you’ll probably fly right towards it! From there, you’re about 17km east of the Central Business District, which is sitting pretty on the banks of the Brisbane River. Many of the city’s most popular attractions and neighbourhoods are nearby, so you’ll want figure out where to stay in Brisbane’s CBD for at least part of your holiday.

    Public transport is readily available, so cruise the streets in buses and metro trains or wander the waterways with the help of a ferry. But if you plan to arrive just in time for a good night’s sleep, check out these great hotels near Brisbane Airport and start your first day nearby Nudgee Beach.

    Eat Your Way Through Brisbane

    The capital of Queensland is all about cultural fusion. Get right in the mix in the West End, where you can sample anything and everything from Turkish corba to Asian ahi tacos—some of our favourite things all in one neighbourhood.

    To keep the food tour going dusk to dawn, stay at one of the hotels in Brisbane’s Spring Hill district, just across the river, and wake up to a tasty brunch right by the water.

    Love street cuisine? If you just mouthed “Heck, yes”, then you’ll fit right in with Brisbanites. Chances are really good that you’ll walk right by a tempting barbeque stand or banh mi truck between your Brisbane hotel and your next adventure. Lunch just planned itself!

    Get Your Float On

    Get ready to flow along the Brisbane River and snorkel with stingrays in the Coral Sea. Needless to say, you won’t have to look far to find some fun in the Great Outdoors. Bask in year-round sunshine in the City Botanic Gardens and picnic spots, take a ride on the cycling paths along the river, or hike the bush-walking trails up and around Mount Coot-tha.

    Practically in Brisbane’s backyard, Coot-tha is located just 9km west of the city centre, and standing at 287m high, it’s kind of a big deal. Plus, you’ll be getting nice and knackered near some of the most scenic accommodation in Brisbane!

    Bring the Family

    Bringing the whole crew to Brisbane? Take a drive about 11km south of Coot-tha to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. This safe haven for Australia’s indigenous wildlife—including Tasmanian devils and wombats—has been around since 1927 and covers 18 hectares, making it the oldest and largest koala sanctuary in the world.

    And let’s just put it out there: Yes, you can hold the koalas (yay)!

    On a warm day—Brisbane has plenty of those—take the kiddos to the beach! When they’re done splashing around and building sandcastles, check out the awesome playgrounds at Manly, Wynnum and a few other city beaches. The little ones will tire themselves out while you enjoy beautiful bay views. Tuck them in for a nap at one of the waterfront Brisbane hotels and start planning a fab family dinner.

    Bust a Move

    If you want to get in on a party, don your dancing shoes and head to “The Valley”, 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. This is the place to be if you don’t like to prolong the “crawl” in “bar crawl”, because the nightlife options here are endless and right next to each other.

    If your crawl slows to sleepwalking, no worries! The Valley is loaded with stellar Brisbane accommodation for just such an occasion.

    Join the Party

    Speaking of occasions, get in on Brisbane’s yearly festivals. Wish happy birthday to Buddha at a three-day extravaganza at the end of April. What better way to get your Zen on than partying sage-style?

    Do you crave cannoli? So does Brisbane. So much so that Italian Week takes place in May—an entire week! And if you love a good laugh, check out our Brisbane hotel deals during the Brisbane Comedy Festival, scheduled for the month of March each year.

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