The latest hotel addition to the Brisbane skyline is in an unlikely place.
Brisbane is going through an urban renaissance; new hip hotels are opening together with creative spaces, music venues and small bars.
Fresh venues are giving Brisbane space to rock out.
Brisbane's cultural heart proves to be one big children's playground.
There are plenty of newcomers to the inner-city hotel scene but this one gives you that new-car smell with plenty of legroom.
This graffiti art-laden hotel nestles neatly between trendy dining spots and the city's live Valley music scene.
When paying top dollar for a quality room, there's a standard of expectation. And this heritage-listed hotel delivers.
If there is one significant drawback, it's during peak breakfast times. Queues can mean a 20-minute wait.
The state capital of Queensland and Australia's third largest city, filled with parks and dominated by the Brisbane River. Once considered a poor cousin to its southern rivals, Brisbane is now a sophisticated, modern city offering terrific dining and drinking options, great outdoor activities and cultural attractions such as the Gallery of Modern Art and performances at the Powerhouse. Plus it's warm all year round.