Room was very dark even when the lights were on at night and the nice large bathroom in the room was spoilt by the lack of a hand towel rail. Also I was unable to find a bottle opener in the room to open a Corona from the provided mini bar. Lucky I bring my own.
The lobby was beautiful and the staff at the front desk were so welcoming and helpful. Great coffee and nice buffet breakfast which we got 2 for 1, amazing shower and nice room. The rooftop pool is lovely. The only thing that was a minor let down was the lifts (only 2 so they took a long time and ...
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.
Roma Street Parkland is definitely worth writing home about!
It's situated in Brisbane, the bustling state capital.
With no less than 51 accommodations within a kilometre of Roma Street Parkland, you may even be able to see it from your bedroom! Have a gander at the rates and facilities at the Quest Spring Hill, Sofitel Brisbane Central and Royal Albert Hotel.
If you'd prefer to spend your hard-earned cash on fun-filled days, there's a number of less-expensive options. Consider the rates at the Brisbane Manor Hotel, 2 kilometres away. That said, the Base Backpackers Brisbane Uptown - Hostel is 0.5 kilometres away.
Chill out at one of the upscale hotels in the surrounding area. The Brisbane Marriott Hotel and the Quest River Park Central are two spots you'll want to consider. The former is a kilometre away and the latter is a kilometre.
Being a tourist can really take it out of you! When you need to recharge, go to Cicada. It's a quick stroll from Roma Street Parkland. When you just can't keep going before quieting your growling stomach, head to Riverside Hotel SouthBank. And finally, reflect on your day with a drink at Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane.
If you're curious about how to travel to Roma Street Parkland, why not catch the train? It's just 0.2 kilometres from Roma Street Station, the nearest station. Active sightseers might prefer to stroll 0.9 kilometres from Central Station, another handy terminal, instead.
Hotels in Roma Street Parkland start at AU$104 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.