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Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane - Spring Hill Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane

23 Leichhardt St, Spring Hill - Map
"Visit to Brisbane"
The Grand chancellor has been a pleasant experience for us. Parking was complementary and when asked if we could park our car a little bit later than the check out time, we had no problem.
Esma from Noosa
Tangalooma Island Resort - Tangalooma Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Tangalooma Island Resort

Moreton Island, Off Brisbane, Tangalooma - Map
"family holiday"
family friendly. water very chilly Sept. dolphin feeding,dogongs and beach were highlights
Jenny from Melbourne
Rendezvous Hotel Brisbane Anzac Square - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Rendezvous Hotel Brisbane Anzac Square

255 Ann Street, Brisbane - Map
"Great hotel"
Our overall experience was fantastic. We were upgraded to a 1 bedroom, very spacious and comfortable. The staff were friendly and very helpful
Kristine from Toowoomba
Sofitel Brisbane Central - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Sofitel Brisbane Central

249 Turbot Street, Brisbane - Map
"Best way to relax for a few days"
The bed was a dream!! The breakfast is also worth every dollar it costs! We went on a weekend away to relax and have a look around. The choice of staying at the hotel made the stay so much better! Staff is so friendly, beautiful room and it's spacious comfortable. The tv was a bit outdated and movies was crazy expencive to watch. The shower didn't work properly But that was small problems compared to everything else.
Tan from Brisbane
The Sebel Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Sebel Brisbane

95 Charlotte Street, Brisbane - Map
"A wonderful hotel and in the heart of Brisbane"
The staff are very acvommodating and nothing is too hard. I had a wonderful stay and will do it again.
happy traeller from L
Pullman Brisbane King George Square - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Pullman Brisbane King George Square

King George Square; Corner Of Ann &, Brisbane - Map
"Great hotel and fantastic location"
We arrived early and a room was available for us. So that was a good start. I had read some reviews about this hotel and most of them were negative. We had booked a flight/hotel package and were very happy with the price. When we arrived we were very pleased with the look of the hotel. Our room was spacious and clean. Some of the negative comments made were that the windows were dirty. Not in our room. We did not have the greatest view. We looked down on the air conditioning units and across to a brick wall. However, we were not concerned as it is hard in any hotel in the cbd to get a view as it is the city and there are buildings next to each other so what else could you expect?
Wendy from Canberra ACT
Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane

99 Mary Street, Brisbane - Map
"Good hotel central spot good part of town Safe are"
On holiday, close to restraunts transport, shopping
Ian from New Zealand
Novotel Brisbane - Spring Hill Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Novotel Brisbane

200 Creek Street, Spring Hill - Map
"Good city hotel"
Handy for the queen st mall. Not so good for the theatre and South Bank. Restaurant pr8vided an excellent dinner and breakfast, although we had breakfast inc so not so worried about the 29 dollar price.
bec from Queensland
Hilton Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Hilton Brisbane

190 Elizabeth St, Brisbane - Map
"Great hotel"
It was a great place to stay. The staff were helpful the food was fantastic.
A Traveller
Marriott Brisbane - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Marriott Brisbane

515 Queen St, Brisbane - Map
"lovely views"
only stayed one night but was enjoyable.treated lie a king.
bent from ipswich

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    Where to stay in Brisbane?

    Sydney and Melbourne may have been doing it for longer, but Brisbane, Queensland's brash upstart capital, does it better. That pretty much sums up the attitude of the Brisbanites, whose booming city has now firmly stamped its vibrant arts, music and new-tech scenes onto the national map. But the River City, with its famously wriggling river, also likes to keep it natural.

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    This is a city where there's a beach in down-town; where you can climb cliffs in its inner district; and where the CBD bristles with lush gardens and parks, as much as towering skyscrapers. It is also blessed with one of the sunniest dispositions – both in terms of weather and outlook – in the nation. With the pleasures of the Gold Coast just around the corner, Brisbane certainly pulls in the visitors. And its wonderfully diverse set of hotel districts do their best to keep them all happy.

    The top hotel districts certainly have plenty of individual character. The hub of the city's buzz, of course, is the CBD. This is where the hotels tend to be big, bold and plush, catering for the well-heeled tourist and business traveller alike. Some of the hotels here offer first-class services, like spa treatments. One even offers a fully-fledged casino experience.

    Away from the main shopping and business streets, you may also find some smaller, less expensive hotels. But quality, budget lodgings are naturally few and far between. If you're looking towards doing Brisbane on a budget, though – and want to remain close to the action – you could try the hip West End district, near to the University.

    This area is known as the bohemian part of town, thanks in part to its large student population. Around Highgate Hill (on the east side of the river) or St. Lucia (on the west), you can find a number of well-priced guest houses and B&Bs, as well as some boutique hotels. The Inner North area, north of the river (and CBD) is also a good hunting ground for cheaper accommodation.

    Its districts of Fortitude Valley, New Farm, and Newstead have a mix of well-furnished, mid-priced hotels, and low-cost hostels and B&Bs. Fortitude Valley, in particular, is known for its rising club and music scene. The accommodation around Brunswick Street caters very much to its frenetic night-life scene.

    Moving back across the river, South Bank is a contrasting Brisbane 'village' with more highbrow matters on its mind. This is one of the oldest suburbs in town, but is home to modern art galleries, performing arts centres and museums. You can find some classy hotels, with real authentic old-school charm, in this area, as well as more contemporary luxury hotels. Prices are high, though, as you are conveniently close to both its cultural attractions and the CBD.

    Finally, one district that says it all about Brisbane is the narrow peninsular of Kangaroo Point, just opposite the CBD. Closed-in by the tightly turning river, this is where the Lions have their home, at the legendary Gabba stadium. The hotels here are a mixed bunch of modern high-rise, boutique and serviced apartments. It's also here that cliff-top abseiling or kayaking can be an early morning inner-city pursuit. How very Brisbane.

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