Brisbane has a range of accommodation to suit every budget, from five star luxury hotels in the city centre to cheap backpacker hostels close to the city, as well as moderately priced hotels and B&Bs ideal for weekend getaways.
The hotels below have been grouped into three different pricing categories:
Luxury (over A$150)
Moderate (A$100 to A$149)
Cheap (under A$100)
The above rates are the starting prices for a standard double room and include taxes and breakfast unless otherwise specified.
Capri by Fraser
Billing itself as urban inspired, high tech and intuitive, this is one of the latest additions to Brisbane's vibrant hotel scene. Capri offers 239 serviced studios and one-bedroom apartments, each featuring integrated living spaces and kitchenettes fitted with a microwave and Nespresso coffee machines. Within striking distance from Queen Street Mall and Eagle Street Pier, some of the other highlights of the chic property include living vertical gardens, art installations, and facilities such as a restaurant, an indoor pool, a sauna and 24/7 fitness centre.Address: , 80 Albert Street, Brisbane, 4000
Telephone: +61 7 3013 0088
Rydges South Bank Brisbane
With a South Bank postcode, this modern hotel is ideally placed for art aficionados and culture buffs. Rooms are elegant without being fussy and the high-end options feature private balconies with views over the Brisbane River and city skyline. There are 304 rooms, including 64 one-bedroom suites. A gymnasium, spa and sauna are among the in-house attractions.Address: South Bank, 9 Glenelg Street, Brisbane, 4101
Telephone: +61 7 3364 0800.
Spicers Balfour Hotel
Spicers Balfour hotel is an Art Deco style boutique hotel, situated in the historic suburb of New Farm but still central enough to get around the city. The hotel also has a rooftop bar for the evenings and does high tea over brunch or in the afternoon. Check the Spicers Balfour website for the best days to book and save some money.Address: , 37 Balfour Street, Brisbane, 4005
Telephone: 1300 597 540
Tryp by Wyndham
Located in the cultural hotspot of Fortitude Valley, TRYP Brisbane is a boutique hotel that bills itself as the Central Business District’s only street-art hotel. Guests can choose from a variety of art-themed rooms. A small handful include colourful private courtyards and hot tubs. The hotel also features an onsite gym, rooftop bar and lobby-level restaurant.Address: , 14-20 Constance Street, Brisbane, 4006
Telephone: +61 7 3319 7888.
George Williams Hotel
In the heart of the CBD, this 103-room hotel makes the ideal base from which to explore the city. Following an extensive A $2.5 million dollar revamp, the minimalist rooms feature colourful artworks, flat-screen TVs and coffee-making facilities. The on-site restaurant, 325 on George, dishes up international fare in a casual outdoor setting.Address: , 317-325 George Street, Brisbane, 4000
Telephone: 1800 064 858
Good sized rooms, friendly service and a perfect central location make the Ibis one of the better moderately priced hotel options in the city. With Wi-Fi facilities, meeting rooms and a restaurant, this hotel is ideal for both business and holiday travellers.Address: , 27-35 Turbot Street, Brisbane, 4000
Telephone: +61 7 3237 2333
Situated in the heart of Queensland Business District, this hotel provides easy access to all parts of the city, with free Spring Hill and City loop buses that depart from outside the hotel. The building overlooks Wickham Park and its heritage-listed Old Windmill Tower. Standard rooms offer private balconies and free Wifi, among other modern amenities.Address: , 239 Wickham Terrace, Brisbane, 4000
Telephone: 1800 00 4321
Aabon Apartments & Motel
Aabon Apartments & Motel is ideally located, just a 10-minute drive to Brisbane Airport and only a 3 minutes' walk to Brisbane train station. It also comes with some great facilities and services including an outdoor pool, a BBQ area and a free computer room.Address: , 45 Lisson Grove, Brisbane, 4030
Telephone: +61 7 3067 7119
Acacia Inner City Inn
A great location for budget priced accommodation, the Acacia Inner City Inn is within striking distance of Brisbane’s central business district and within 2km (1 mile) of the Botanic Garden and river. The hotel prides itself on a friendly atmosphere and large rooms. Continental breakfast is included in the price, and rooms come with a TV, fridge and tea making facilities.Address: Spring Hill, 413 Upper Edward Street, Brisbane, 4000
Telephone: +61 7 3832 1663
Annie's Shandon Inn
This centrally located B&B is quirky, eccentric and definitely one of a kind. It has been welcoming guests for more than 120 years and room rates include continental breakfast. Decorated in pastel pinks and baby blues, the 15 double rooms and four single rooms have somewhat kitsch décor – but this is one of the best deals in town.Address: , 405 Upper Edward Street, Brisbane, 4000
Telephone: +61 7 3831 8684.
Base Brisbane Uptown
Within walking distance of the Queens Street Mall, this hostel is one of the cheaper accommodation options close to all the city action. It’s ideal for backpackers and its rooms, set over five floors, range from dormitories to private dwellings. With laundry facilities and a BBQ grill on the rooftop terrace, the hostel is a great place to stopover and even make new friends.Address: , 466 George Street, Brisbane, 4000
Telephone: +61 7 3238 5888
Summer House Brisbane
Summer House is a great accommodation option for those looking to save on hotel rooms, and it's just a 10-minute walk from the Central Business District. Fabulous graffiti style murals adorn the walls and the atmosphere is warm and lively - the perfect place to meet new people to explore the city with. With laundry facilities, free wifi, a rooftop terrace and a TV room, this hostel has all you need during your stay in Brisbane.Address: , 350 Upper Roma Street, Brisbane, 4000
Telephone: +61 7 3236 5007