Wondering about your options for Brisbane accommodation? This vibrant capital city has you covered, whether you're bunking down on a business trip or treating the family to a Sunshine State escape read more...
About Brisbane Hotels
Stay where the action is in the CBD
Most Brisbane hotels are concentrated in the CBD, within easy reach of major offices and conference centres for business travellers, as well as countless cafes, shops and restaurants to fill your down time. The compact inner-city is straightforward to navigate and equipped with plenty of public transport to get you to-and-fro, including free loop busses and a bicycle hire scheme.
Hotels range from 5-star stays such as the Marriott, Hilton and Sofitel chains, to boutique suites boasting river views and everything from corporate to family-friendly apartments close to the bustling Queen Street Mall.
Easy airport accommodation
If you're arriving late, departing early or just passing through Brisbane on a speedy stopover, consider checking in to one of the Brisbane airport hotels, saving time and money and hassle. Ideally located just down the road from the international and domestic terminals, the Novotel Brisbane Airport offers a four-star stay a stone's throw from the DFO Shopping Centre if you fancy some brief bargain hunting on your layover.
The suburbs of Ascot, Eagle Farm and Hamilton are all within affordable taxi distance of the airport, with lodgings located primarily on Kingsford Smith Drive and Nudgee Road, close to the upmarket Portside Wharf waterfront dining and shopping precinct.
Dinner and a show at South Bank
If you're in town to catch a show at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, take in an exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art or attend a conference at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, there are a number of South Bank hotels to choose from. You will find mainstays Mantra and Rydges on Grey Street, surrounded by some of the best cafes and restaurants in Brisbane, from Turkish bistros to Swiss ice creameries and Spanish dessert bars.
The weekend South Bank Lifestyle Market, man-made Streets Beach, scenic river-hugging boardwalk and constant rotation of free entertainment make South Bank a favourite locale for Brisbanites and visitors alike.
Brisbane International Virginia Palms »
Only a short drive from the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, this north-side hotel enjoys a lush garden setting and offers guests comfortable rooms and suites, a fitness centre and the popular Rocklily Restaurant.
Oaks Lexicon »
Affordable self-contained apartments boast generous-sized balconies in the heart of the city, a short walk from the Queen Street Mall and Fortitude Valley. An adult’s only haven with a Catseye Beach location, this hotel boasts modern rooms bathed in natural light from a private courtyard, plus a
Pullman Bne King George Square »
An elegant Brisbane hotel located in the heart of the city, it offers sophisticated accommodation and a range of guest facilities including a rooftop pool, fitness centre, cosmopolitan bistro and funky lounge bar.
Rendezvous Hotel Anzac Square »
Reside in this boutique heritage, hotel offering studios and apartments, opposite Central Station. Stroll two minutes to the Queen Street Mall and just a little further to South Bank Parklands.
Royal On The Park »
Standing opposite the riverside Botanic Gardens, these luxurious hotel rooms and suites, and some with blissful spa baths, are just a stroll to the riverside boardwalk, Queen Street Mall and South Bank.
Sofitel Brisbane Central »
In Brisbane’s heart, perched above Central Station, this sophisticated hotel offers luxurious rooms, a rooftop pool, day spa and exquisite dining, including an interactive show kitchen and award-winning restaurant.
Stamford Plaza »
Absolute luxury awaits at this celebrated hotel, standing on the banks of the Brisbane River, offering three alluring dining options, and elegant guest rooms and suites, all with panoramic river views.
Watermark Hotel Brisbane »
Revel in views of the luscious Roma Street Parklands from this hip Spring Hill hotel, featuring fresh interiors, a generous outdoor pool with deck and a glossy and stylish restaurant serving modern Australian dishes.