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I like it as it was walking distance to the GABBA, The Staff was great, they were friendly, and helpful. The thing I didn't like was the restaurant ( Boots) was closed for dinner (Friday to Sunday,) during our stay,
Great place to stay. Very clean, friendly staff, we highly recommend this place.
Breakfast was amazing. Room had great kitchen - well stocked with utensils. Directly outside room smelt quite strongly of cigarettes but inside the room was clean.
I would have liked better choices for their continental breakfast
Its was Peaceful and Wifi was good. Checked in late and checked out early
It was.good and will surely book a room on our next holiday.
I suppose for the price it's ok however lots of road noise
This has to be one of the best value accomodations in close proximity to Brisbane CBD that allows pets, so that’s why we booked it initially. We have two easy-going cats and they settled in well. On the note of pets, I couldn’t hear any dogs barking the whole of our stay so that was good. Our stay ...
Dog-friendly restaurants, bars, and cafes can be found all over Brisbane. You can head to Fitz & Potts in Nundah for bar bites or Café Noma in the Northside for amazing breakfast and lunch. The choice is all yours.
Don’t keep Fido locked up in your pet-friendly accommodation in Brisbane all day. Let him run free at the best dog parks in Brisbane: Kroll Gardens on the Redcliffe Peninsula, Colmslie Recreation Reserve, and Downfall Creek.
The closest dog-friendly beach to Brisbane is Nudgee Beach, but outside the city limits there are plenty of options. You can head south to the Gold Coast and check out Palm Beach or north to Noosa and relax at the aptly named Dog Beach.