Nice spacious rooms. Thought we had booked a balcony but hadn't which was a bit disappointing. Nice big bathroom and we had a comfy bath as well. Beds and bedding very comfortable. Foxtel was limited and not of any use to us. Pool very nice and private. We opted for the al la carte breakfast menu which we found a better option - I don't like big buffets. We found the cityhopper (free water ferry) within easy walking distance was very handy.
Traveller from Melbourne
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Kangaroo Point Cliffs and The …More
Only stayed overnight, but it was a lovely stay. Food excellent. Access to railway (we were going to Longreach)
excellent We put the car in secure parking, upstairs which was great. We would definitely stay there again
Traveller from Victoria
This family-friendly Brisbane hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 10-minute walk of Brisbane City Hall …More
Staff very friendly. We had a great buffet breakfast with lots of choice of warm food and fruits. Easy to go out on an evening and parking easy in the morning too. Lots of free parking on the street outside the hotel. Close to the city centre and the M3.
This family-friendly Brisbane hotel is located on the riverwalk, within a 5-minute walk of Brisbane Botanic Gardens and …More
Good location close the Roma St train station and the CBD. The hotel rooms were large updated but some parts showed their age. I found the bathroom a bit small and awkward but it was very modern. The car park was convenient but an atrocious layout. It was like an obstacle course between all the concrete pylons.
Located in Brisbane Central Business District, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Brisbane Private Hospital …More
Just 45 minutes from Brisbane, Ipswich is home to the University of Queensland. This historic city has much to offer visitors including art galleries, craft stores, museums, and adventure activities. There is an abundance of parks, gardens, and historic homes along the heritage trails in the city. Dining options range from Australian pub-fare to a variety of Asian cuisines. Vineyards and wineries surround the area, with wine tastings and sales offered daily.