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Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane - Spring Hill Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane

23 Leichhardt St, Spring Hill - Map
 
 
"Older style hotel"
Room was clean, staff were attentive and cafe meal was delicious.
Traveller from Country NSW
Watermark Hotel Brisbane - Spring Hill Hotels
AU$185

Watermark Hotel Brisbane

551 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill - Map
 
 
"Comfy and close to everything "
Friendly stuft and good view clean and nice. Easy to get to everywhere. Beautiful garden close by. Walking distance to park and train station
Traveller from d
This inspired 4 star international hotel finds its home amid the historic Spring Hill, where lush green expanses combine with …More
Mantra Terrace Hotel - Spring Hill Hotels

Mantra Terrace Hotel

52 Astor Terrace, Spring Hill - Map
 
 
"happy"
A good nights sleep, at a good price. Somewhat satisfied. A bit annoyed that I cannot post a succinct review and have to waffle on ad nauseum, and it still won't let me stop........
Traveller from Essendon
Best Western Astor Metropole Hotel & Apartments - Spring Hill Hotels

Best Western Astor Metropole Hotel & Apartments

193 Wickham Terrace City, Spring Hill - Map
 
 
"I had to stay somewhere close to a hospital."
Fantastic staff, a special mention has to go out to the Chef and the resturant staff. What fantastic service.
A Traveller
Spring Hill Terraces - Spring Hill Hotels

Spring Hill Terraces

260 Water Street (Cnr Warry Street), Spring Hill - Map
 
 
"Close to everything without the hustle. "
Great staff, generally quiet location, close to the city.
A Traveller
Novotel Brisbane - Spring Hill Hotels

Novotel Brisbane

200 Creek Street, Spring Hill - Map
 
 
"Great hotel close to the heart of Brisbane"
Wonderful and friendly staff. Great room and delicious breakfast.
Traveller from Sunshine Coast
Soho Brisbane - Spring Hill Hotels

Soho Brisbane

333 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill - Map
 
 
"Exactly what I needed"
The hotel was exactly what I needed! Although the rooms are small, they're well put together, clean and have nice furniture. The room was really looked after. Staff were really friendly too
Traveller from C
Best Western Plus Gregory Terrace Brisbane - Spring Hill Hotels

Best Western Plus Gregory Terrace Brisbane

397 Gregory Terrace, Spring Hill - Map
 
 
"Near a Olympic pool and gym"
Great location very friendly and helpful staff. Pool and gym over the ride. Nice outdoor cafe on site
A Traveller
Located three minutes from the CBD, spacious rooms in a secluded, quiet tropical setting. We are situated on a hilltop with …More
Punthill Brisbane - Spring Hill Hotels

Punthill Brisbane

40 Astor Terrace, Spring Hill - Map
 
 
"Fabulous room with everything you need."
Lovely decor, plenty of space and spotlessly clean. I loved the convenience of the kitchenette, the very large TV that I could watch from the sofa then swivel to watch in bed. The room also had a nice big desk and fast Internet so it was ideal to get some work done. I would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Queenstown
At Punthill Brisbane you will discover stylish and spacious accommodation in Astor Terrace Spring Hillonly a few minutes walk …More
Mantra On Edward - Spring Hill Hotels

Mantra On Edward

166 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill - Map
 
 
"Very very nice"
Great apartment and location for the family. Very clean and we really had a lovely stay.
Traveller from Bundaberg
Mantra Edward offers an urban inner city ambiance experience with a choice of refurbished one two and three bedroom …More

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    Pocket Guide: Spring Hill

    Spring Hill is an inner-city suburb of Brisbane known for its proximity to the CBD. Just one kilometre from the centre of the action, this is easily one of the best spots to book your Spring Hill accommodation. Spring Hill is not quite in the thick of it – but still just a five to ten minute walk away.

    One of Brisbane’s earliest suburbs, Spring Hill gets its name from the spring that originated on the hill and supplied the settlement of Brisbane with extra water in the mid-1800s. Signs of its role in the making of the city can be found dotted around the suburb to this day. Home to the oldest surviving swimming baths in the southern hemisphere, complete with heritage listing, the Spring Hill Baths were built in 1886. With its Victorian changing cubicles, upper gallery with stepped wooden bleachers, and a 23.43 metre long pool, it’s a piece of history you can still swim in. A kiosk, heating, and classes have modernised the place, even if just slightly.

    Further around the suburb you can spot convict-built buildings and quaint old workers’ cottages amongst new apartments and office blocks. Also created at the hands of convicts and now heritage listed is the Old Windmill in Wickham Park, built in 1824. Used as a grain mill and then as a gallows for the colony, it’s the oldest surviving building in Queensland to date.

    But despite the character that abounds in Spring Hill from its rich past, today it’s considered a young and vibrant part of town – a mix between commercial and residential. Coffee shops, pubs and restaurants make this a refreshing inner-city hangout away from the CBD, with the most prominent dining and latte-sipping areas along Leichhardt Street, Boundary Street and Wickham Terrace.

    With Brisbane highlights such as the Queen Street Mall, the lively riverside dining precinct and the trendy nightlife of Fortitude Valley on its doorstep, Spring Hill is lucky to sit on the edge of the green and flora-filled Roma Street Parklands too. From here, you are easily connected to most of the main Brisbane sights by foot. Alternatively, the CityCycle scheme provides bikes for short-trips and daily use, with pick-up and drop-off points dotted throughout the city, including hotspots such as South Brisbane, West End and New Farm.

    If you’d prefer a bus, and a free one at that, the Spring Hill City Loop service is a great way to get around the suburb and into the CBD. The free City Loop service is another great way to get around the CBD, which stops at many local attractions. If you’re heading further afield, there are heaps of buses and trains running in all directions from the city, including the reliable Airtrain service to the Brisbane Airport. Another transport hub, Roma Street, is the place to catch a bus or long-distance train when you’re leaving Brisbane altogether.

    With transport at your door, the city sights in the distance, and an interesting past to unravel, there’s no doubt a Spring Hill hotel is in order for your next Brisbane rendezvous. So wot are you waiting for?
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