Where you rest your head at night will depend on what your idea of fun is. West End is great if you want to be close to Boundary Street’s relaxed strip of bars and eateries and overall bohemian atmosphere.
If partying the night away is more your style, Fortitude Valley, north of the CBD, is where nightclubs, bars and live music reign supreme. For a quaint and trendy experience try leafy Paddington. Set in the hills west of the city centre, this lovely pocket is home to a range of charming bed and breakfasts.
Our top picks
Pullman Brisbane King George Square
Corner of Anne & Roma Streets
An elegant hotel located in the heart of Brisbane, it spoils with sophisticated accommodation and a range of guest facilities including a rooftop pool, fitness centre, cosmopolitan bistro and funky lounge bar.
Hotel Grand Chancellor
23 Leichhardt Street
On the edge of Roma Street Parklands, this stylish hotel boasts contemporary rooms with a flourish of perks including city or river views, private balconies and plenty of space, plus a rooftop pool, gym and restaurant, all within walking distance to Suncorp Stadium and vibrant South Bank.
iStay River City
79 Albert Street
This modern city centre hotel overlooks the Botantic Gardens and provides self-contained apartments with full kitchens and private balconies, plus an impressive 25-metre heated lap pool, spa, sauna and well-equipped gym.
Mercure Brisbane King George Square
Corner of Ann & Roma Streets
Opposite City Hall in the heart of Brisbane, this hotel is an easy stroll from Queen Street Mall, Treasury Casino and South Bank Parklands and offers guests modern rooms and access to the 5-star facilities of the Pullman.
Hotel Ibis Brisbane
27-35 Turbot Street
The hotel presents spacious, modern and comfortable accommodation in the heart of Brisbane, and is a short walk from the Queen Street Mall and South Bank’s entertainment and cultural precinct.