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  • Swiss-Belhotel South Bank Brisbane

    Swiss-Belhotel South Bank Brisbane

    South Brisbane, Brisbane

    Situated 5 minutes' walk from Brisbane River and South Bank Parklands, Swiss-Belhotel Brisbane boasts stylish rooms with free WiFi. Guests enjoy an onsite restaurant and a 24/7 front desk. Lovely hotel, very clean and modern. Really good access to the river, Southbank, restaurants, Botanic Gardens and the CBD.

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    9.0 Superb 1,693 reviews
  • Mantra Richmont Hotel

    Mantra Richmont Hotel

    Spring Hill, Brisbane

    Ideally located to explore the best of Brisbane, Mantra Richmont Hotel is situated in the historic suburb of Spring Hill, just 2 km from the heart of the CBD. Clean, smelt nice. Shower water pressure was awesome!!!! Wifi that actually worked and great to channels. Great curtains that blocked out light. Very quite as it must be well insulated. I just really enjoyed my stay

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    Avg. price/night: £70
    9.0 Superb 1,430 reviews
  • Rydges Fortitude Valley

    Rydges Fortitude Valley

    Bowen Hills, Brisbane

    Offering an outdoor pool and an onsite bar, Rydges Fortitude Valley is ideally positioned in the lively heart of the Brisbane Showgrounds precinct, only a short walk from the Royal International... Excellent staff and beautiful rooms. Everything was fabulous. Would highly recommend

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    9.2 Superb 1,480 reviews
  • Capri by Fraser Brisbane

    Capri by Fraser Brisbane

    Brisbane CBD, Brisbane

    Capri by Fraser Brisbane features an indoor swimming pool, a sauna, and a 24/7 fitness centre. Capri, by Fraser is superb. Beautiful decor throughout the whole hotel. The location is excellent, with popular attractions in walking distance. The rooms are luxury with all facilities possibly needed; from body lotion to an Iron. The rooms have it. Complimentary bottles of water daily. The Pool, Sauna and Steam Room facilities are fabulous. Staff are excellent and very helpful making our time in Brisbane more relaxing.

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    Avg. price/night: £81
    9.1 Superb 2,432 reviews
  • Next Hotel Brisbane

    Next Hotel Brisbane

    Brisbane CBD, Brisbane

    Located opposite Queen Street Mall in Brisbane's CBD (Central Business District), NEXT Hotel Brisbane boasts a restaurant, a fitness centre and a rooftop swimming pool with a pool-side bar. Love the little extras, like the free movies and complimentary mini bar items. We arrived very early too and being able to use the pool area and freshen up before our room was ready was amazing!

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    9.2 Superb 2,541 reviews
  • Rydges South Bank Brisbane

    Rydges South Bank Brisbane

    South Brisbane, Brisbane

    Enjoying a prime location on Brisbane's South Bank, Rydges offers rooms with views over the Brisbane River, Mount Cootha or the cosmopolitan West End. It houses a sauna and a gym. Everything. Facilities staff lication all geeat

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    Avg. price/night: £87
    9.0 Superb 2,283 reviews

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Sun-Drenched and Leafy

At the meeting point of Australia’s Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast, laidback Brisbane is spread around the meandering river running through it. The river’s arty South Bank is home to Australia’s largest modern art gallery, tranquil gardens and an artificial beach. Just opposite is the towering skyline of Brisbane's CBD, where many hotels in Brisbane city centre are located.

Nearby are the botanic gardens and Queen Street Mall, the most popular Brisbane shopping spot. More shopping centres are found all over the city, and the out-of-town malls include one in the Indooroopilly suburb by the foothills of Mount Coot-tha.

This green hill offers fabulous city views and has a planetarium, nature reserve and yet more botanic gardens. In Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to the south you can hug one of the loveable animals, while Australia Zoo – Steve Irwin’s legacy – is a good day trip.

Brisbane is a very leafy city and one of its parks – Wickham Park – contains the Old Windmill, Brisbane’s oldest building. To the north-east, the Fortitude Valley suburb is known for its vibrant music scene and Chinatown. Across the river in Woolloongabba is The Gabba or Brisbane Cricket Ground, and nearby is the bohemian West End district.

As well as central accommodation, also offers hotels near Brisbane Airport in a north-eastern coastal suburb.