The pool on the top floor was great. The restaurant was nice but a bit expensive and the range of meals wasn't great.
Value for money as location was excellent. Only draw back shower was over bath making it a little difficult for us oldies to climb in.
There was a lot of noise and a couple outside in the hallway having a screaming argument in the middle of the night. I was there for surgery and had explained this to staff to have a high and quiet floor.
Aside from the brand promise that the Hilton offers, I always find I have a predictably good experience. Staff are always friendly, service is always excellent.
Liked the close proximity to all areas of the Brisbane CBD. The hotel has all the amenities that we require in a no nonsense format yet presented well. Counter staff were very helpful and approachable. Breakfast was yummy and catered for all food styles and tolerances. This is our second stay and ...
good location...........great view of river.........good value for price.......... staff very good
Ready to start organising your Brisbane Private Hospital trip? You're sure to have an excellent time.
It lies in Brisbane, the state capital. You'll find lots of things to see and do in this busy city.
You'll discover a massive range of accommodations here, with as many as 85 within a stone's throw of Brisbane Private Hospital. You might want to look into the Quest River Park Central, Hilton Brisbane and Stamford Plaza Brisbane.
If you'd prefer to spend your dollars on adventures, there's a number of cheaper options. The Brisbane Manor Hotel and the Base Backpackers Brisbane Uptown - Hostel are two good choices. You'll find them 2 kilometres and 0.3 kilometres away, respectively.
Alternatively, if you want comfort and luxury, book one of the numerous upmarket hotels nearby. The Emporium Hotel and the Brisbane Marriott Hotel, 2 kilometres and 0.9 kilometres away, come highly recommended.
Start your morning right with a delicious coffee at Aquila Caffe Bar. Fortunately, it's close to Brisbane Private Hospital. When the tummy starts to rumble, get a table at Metropolitan Motor Inn. And lastly, head to Treasury Casino & Hotel Brisbane for a glass of wine.
Getting to Brisbane Private Hospital by train isn't that difficult. The most convenient station, Roma Street Station, is only 0.3 kilometres away. If you're curious to explore a little more of the surrounding area, hop off at Central Station, another close terminal. It's 0.4 kilometres away.
Hotels in Brisbane Private Hospital start at AU$70 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.