Discover colonial heritage buildings and the City Botanical Gardens where huge Moreton Bay Fig trees offer the ultimate green oasis for quiet strolls, picnics or a laze in the sunshine. At South Bank Parklands, you can swim at the artificial riverside beach, or visit museums and art galleries to learn more about Australian culture both past and present. Brisbane also serves as a perfect gateway to the beautiful golden beaches of the Gold and Sunshine Coasts for which Queensland is renowned.
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Choose W Brisbane for a luxury hotel with a hip vibe. Situated in the Brisbane CBD, its riverside location affords it gorgeous views. The hotel is within walking distance of the Queensland Museum, Queen Street Mall and the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Each guestroom features large windows that provide stunning views of Brisbane and plenty of natural light. The custom furnishings are inspired by Queensland heritage and the relaxed Aussie vibe. Rooms include a large TV, 24-hour room service, complimentary internet, and W signature beds. The ensuites feature Bliss® bath amenities, a deep bathtub and separate rain shower.
High above the ground, guests can work out in the state-of-the-art hotel gym while looking out over the Brisbane skyline. To relax and rejuvenate, Away Spa provides many premium spa treatments. The shaded, heated WET® Deck pool has a line of sunbeds next to it, positioned perfectly to enjoy the warm Australian sun.
Three Blue Ducks is the hotel’s main dining establishment. It features a seasonal menu that celebrates high quality, sustainable produce. At the Living Room Bar guests can enjoy the comfortable atmosphere and socialise over premium beverages and gourmet snacks. Next to the pool is WET® Deck, a rooftop bar with riverside views, Aussie barbeque, and live DJs.
Boasting stunning river views from every guestroom, the Stamford Plaza Brisbane is a luxury hotel which overlooks the iconic Storey Bridge and scenic Kangaroo Point Cliffs. It is less than 10-minutes’ walk from the Queen Street Mall, Queensland Parliament and Brisbane City Botanic Gardens.
The elegantly appointed rooms feature classic furnishings with a timeless design. Large windows allow for plenty of natural light and the rooms include comfortable beds, complimentary Wi-Fi and bottled water, an executive desk and 24-hour room service. The luxurious marble bathrooms have a large vanity, bath, and separate shower.
Up on the third-floor guests can enjoy recreational facilities that overlook the Brisbane River. The 24-hour gymnasium is well-equipped for strength, cardiovascular and yoga based workouts. Out on the sundeck, the heated outdoor pool is surrounded by sunbeds and a dining menu is conveniently available. The space also features a whirlpool spa.
Stamford Plaza Brisbane is home to three dining establishments. At The Brasserie on the River, diners can enjoy fresh local produce and the succulent Riverside Seafood Buffet, featuring premium seafood. Kabuki Teppanyaki Restaurant is a dramatic and unique experience of authentic Japanese culture and cuisine. Meanwhile, The Pav Bar is a relaxed French courtyard space, perfect for social gatherings.
For an opulent escape look no further than Treasury Brisbane. Built on the northern bank of the Brisbane River, this luxury hotel is in the heart of the Brisbane CBD and next to the Queen Street Mall.
The richly appointed rooms feature old-world opulence paired with the luxuries of modern day. High ceilings create a spacious feeling, and the rooms have supportive beds, an executive work desk and luxe marble ensuite. Guests have access to complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi and 24-hour room service.
To ensure a premium experience, guests have exclusive access to a well-equipped gymnasium and can speak to the attentive staff to organise a range of services including tours, massages, luggage storage and transportation. The building is also home to the Treasury Brisbane Casino.
At Black Hide by Gambero, diners can enjoy an extensive selection of premium Australian steaks and seafood. Fat Noodle merges Australian produce with Vietnamese cuisine, while Mei Wei Dumplings is hawker-style Cantonese. For relaxed, home-style dining guests can visit Kitchen At Treasury. The Lab is a wonderful place for an elegant breakfast or classic High Tea, Will & Flow enjoys stunning views of the river and Ryan’s On The Park is a lounge bar, perfect for catching up.
Urban inspired. High tech. Intuitive. Capri by Fraser, Brisbane hotel offers guests the freedom to choose how and when you want to work, live and play.
An effortlessly stylish and vibrant hotel residence designed by award-winning Ministry Of Design, Capri by Fraser, Brisbane brings a touch of the rainforest to an inner city development featuring living vertical gardens, trendy art installations, and in-house restaurant featuring fresh and nutritious menus.
The capital city of sunny Queensland, Brisbane is a great destination to see and explore. After securing accommodation at a luxury hotel in the city, it is time to plan your personalised travel itinerary. To assist you in organising your dream vacation, we have compiled a list of the top things to see and do, in and around Brisbane.
1. Wander up James Street
Located in Fortitude Valley, James Street is a haven for those who enjoy fine dining and boutique shopping. Many of Australia’s finest designers and luxury brands have flagship stores or boutiques along this road, including Camilla, Zimmermann, Natasha Schweitzer, Aje and Bespoked. There are also international homewares stores and art galleries selling pieces from contemporary Australian artists. Once you have finished shopping you can choose a fine dining restaurant to enjoy, such as Gerard’s Bistro, Bucci and Hellenika.
2. Cruise the Brisbane River
Throughout the day you can hop aboard a comfortable ferry and cruise along the Brisbane River, taking in the riverside city sights. Many of these cruises offer high tea or dinner service, and you can choose the route depending on the sights you are most interested in looking at. If you want to go further afield, there are also ocean-going sailboats that head up the river and out into picturesque Moreton and Horseshoe Bays’.
3. Dine at Howard Smith Wharves
Located under the iconic Story Bridge, Howard Smith Wharves is filled with a range of dining establishments to suit every occasion and palate. You can choose to enjoy one of a range of different experience, including a beer hall atmosphere, delicious Italian food, a European beach club vibe, homestyle cooking with a gourmet twist or an energetic Japanese bistro. After your meal enjoy a drink at Fiume, a rooftop bar above the wharves that has a sweeping view of the river.
4. Explore the Queensland Cultural Centre
In the heart of Brisbane is the Queensland Cultural Centre, home to the state’s premier art, culture, and historical institutions. At the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA) you can view a large collection of works by artists from across the ages. Nearby, Queensland Museum showcases a range of artefacts which teach visitors about different parts of history including the dinosaurs, ANZAC legacy, extinct creatures, and Australian biodiversity. Also in the precinct is the Queensland Performing Arts Centre which hosts different shows throughout the year.
5. Day Trip to Springbrook National Park
From Brisbane you can organise to spend a day out in the gorgeous Springbrook National Park. This beautiful rainforest is filled with hiking trails to explore. You can walk up to, and behind, the stunning Twin Falls, and experience a panoramic view of the area from Canyon Lookout. Springbrook National Parks is also home to a population of glow worms, which can be seen after sunset in the Natural Bridge Cave.
6. Stroll through the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha
The Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha are an incredible collection of gardens located just outside of Brisbane. There are themed sections for visitors to explore, including a fragrant garden with medical plants, a Japanese garden, tropical dome, collection of native rainforest trees, desert region space, Bonsai collection and bamboo grove. Only a short distance from the gardens is the Mount Coot-tha lookout, which overlooks the city of Brisbane and it perfect for sunset.
7. Browse Through Queen Street Mall
The Queen Street Mall is a large pedestrian shopping mall with a range of international and local luxury brands. Along the mall there are a few shopping centres, including Wintergarden, The Myer Centre and historic Brisbane Arcade. For more shopping, turn onto Albert Street and then make your way along Edward Street, Adelaide Street and Elisabeth Street.