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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 still..in Sept. dolphin feeding,dogongs and beach were highlights
Jenny from Melbourne
Sofitel Brisbane Central - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
NZ$298

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 The tv was a bit outdated and movies was crazy expencive to watch.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
Rendezvous Hotel Brisbane Anzac Square - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$168

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
Novotel Brisbane - Spring Hill Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$199

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
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
Mercure Brisbane King George Square - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
NZ$213

Mercure Brisbane King George Square

King George Square, Brisbane - Map
 
 
"standard room depressive & had broken bed"
We paid extra and upgraded room to Pullman tower and this was great.
A Traveller
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
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
Rendezvous Hotel Brisbane On George - Brisbane Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
NZ$145

Rendezvous Hotel Brisbane On George

103 George Street, Brisbane - Map
 
 
"Friends"
The trip was to meet up with a friend. We enjoyed our experience of shopping and dining.
Chris from Noosa
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

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    Where to stay in Brisbane?

    From one-time penal colony to hip Queensland capital of three million, Brisbane has come a long way in the last 180 years. This east-coast Australian city now fills the floodplain of the River Brisbane, from hill to coast. The river's broad curves snake all the way through central Brisbane, seemingly unhurried in its journey to the sea. Add the outstretched fingers of the nearby mountains, and you have a city naturally divided up – by hill and river – into 'villages', each with its own unique identity.

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    Most of Brisbane only appeared over the last few decades, so this is still very much a young city. Once in the shadow of Melbourne and Sydney, today Brisbane is reckoned to have the hottest night-life, the most creative arts scene, and the friendliest locals. It also has an inner city beach, city-centre rock-climbing tracts and a mountain nature reserve. And a lot of hotels: considerably more than a hundred. Let's run through its top hotel districts, so you can pin down which 'village' is best for your Brisbane stay.

    The Central Business District (CBD) is the natural focus for much of Brisbane's youthful energy, both in business and in pleasure. But this city does things a little differently. In among Central's forest of skyscrapers and hotel towers, you'll find riverside parks and tropical gardens. A stay-over at one of its many modern high-rise luxury hotels is enlivened by more than a touch of nature.

    You'll be hard-pressed not to find a hotel to your liking in and around the CBD. There are hotels catering for families, plenty for business people, the odd spa hotel and even one with a casino. Inevitably, most fall firmly towards the higher end of the price range. But away from the main thoroughfares, you can still find some cheaper boutique hotels.

    On the other side of the river, locked tightly in a bend, is the 'sporty' district of Kangaroo Point. As well as hosting the famous Gabba stadium, here you can rock-climb at its inner-city cliffs, or try kayaking down the river. Just like the district, the hotels here have a more relaxed vibe. There are also many superb serviced apartments here. Prices, though, in this ever-booming city, are still on the high side.

    Another great accommodation option is the bohemian 'village' of the West End. It lies on the other side of the CBD from Kangaroo Point, and is noted for its alternative, student vibe. Restaurants, clubs and lodgings – all take a different slant on the usual. There are some reasonably priced guest-houses and serviced apartments too. A good place to start is in the streets around Highgate Hill or St. Lucia.

    Finally, one part of central Brisbane that's well-worth considering for your accommodation needs is the South Bank. This was once Brisbane’s 'old-town', and although fragments of that late 19th-century charm remain, much was redeveloped in the 1980s. That's when it became Brisbane’s premier arts district.

    The hotels in the South Bank are in the mid-to-high price range, well-furnished and most definitely well-located. Not only are they close to attractions like the Queensland Performing Arts Centre, but right next to the river, they offer some of the best views over Brisbane's non-stop hubbub.

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