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Hotel rooms with views of the Brisbane River to boutique apartments with heritage charm, Brisbane’s accommodation can cater to all groups.
With more than 21,000 guest rooms and another 3,000 in development, Brisbane offers a range of boutique and international hotels for business events of all sizes.
Brisbane has a diverse range of accommodation options, many located in the city centre and close to the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Experience Brisbane’s luxury hotel boom
Stay at one of Brisbane’s many luxury city hotels
W Brisbane is one of the city’s newest hotels, featuring 280 guestrooms and 32 suites with bold decor, custom amenities and stellar views. W Brisbane also offers nine meeting rooms and event space, a sophisticated onsite restaurant and two lounge bars.
Nestled under Brisbane’s iconic Story Bridge and overlooking the Howard Smith Wharves dining precinct, Crystalbrook Vincent hotel is inspired by acclaimed Australian painter Vincent Fantauzzo. The hotel offers 166 guest rooms with spectacular views of the city, as well as several function rooms and a library of original artworks that guests can tour.
Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane is a heritage-listed and artfully restored complex with 220 luxurious apartments. Located in the city centre and just a short walk from all that Brisbane has to offer, Adina apartments feature fully equipped kitchens or kitchenettes, full laundry and separate living areas, as well as a 24-hour reception, on-site restaurant, bar and meeting facilities.
Treat guests to a stay in Australia’s first urban resort at The Calile Hotel - a world-class subtropical resort on a city streetscape. The Calile is home to 175 generous guestrooms, including nine suites and two premier suites. Guests can enjoy the many facilities at the property, including on-site restaurants, cafes and lounge bars, as well as multiple conference, event and meeting spaces.
Beachfront accommodation on Moreton Island
Surrounded by clear waters, white sand and national parks, Tangalooma Island Resort is a unique adventure and nature based resort experience. Only 75 minutes via a catamaran cruise from Brisbane, Tangalooma offers a range of accommodation options from hotel rooms and villas to apartments. Guests can experience the resort's several restaurants, extraordinary tours and must-do activities during their stay.
Exclusive use of an Australian homestead
Spicers Hidden Vale is located on 12,000 acres (4,800 hectares) of bush to the southwest of Brisbane. The property features 31 rooms designed in the style of a traditional Australian homestead, an award-winning restaurant and a range of experiences for groups including a behind the scenes tour of the Turner Family Foundation's Hidden Vale Wildlife Centre, which houses a variety of vulnerable, threatened and endangered species.