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The room was very clean and quite large for the price. The staff although not there all the time were very friendly and helpful. Free internet worked well and easy to connect. Secure parking is free and easy to enter. The hotel is well placed...More
We headed to Brisbane when my wife had sudden medical appointments. Took a chance on this place and couldn't be happier. It was close to Royal Brisbane and St Andrews, plus an easy walk to Queen St Mall. Luci, the manager was friendly, charming, helpful...More
Just a short drive from Brisbane airport and walking distance to the city. The apartment was clean and tidy although the furniture could do with some updating. They were doing some renovations while we were staying so hopefully they will update their furniture too. Beds...More
Chose to stay at these apartments when my wife was in hospital. Had a one bedroom the first time and studios the other times.
The apartments were in good condition although some of the seating was very uncomfortable. Maintenance was OK as was the cleanliness....More
What a find. Lovely apartment, very comfortable, walking distance to Royal Brisbane Hospital and the city, beautiful park across the road, we thoroughly enjoyed our weekend, in fact have booked our next stay. Staff extremely helpful, polite and pleasant
US$83 - US$171 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The previous answer to your laundry inquiry is correct, however its only true if you go for a full apartment. Studios, do not have a laundry but I believe there is one on site. The kitchenette in a studio is not... More
The previous answer to your laundry inquiry is correct, however its only true if you go for a full apartment. Studios, do not have a laundry but I believe there is one on site. The kitchenette in a studio is not really meant for any cooking with only a microwave/sink and a small bar fridge. Shopping is not as good close by as one might expect. There is a convenience store in Boundary street as well as Dominos Pizza and there is also a good pub that has a restaurant further along. Also there are some cafes and Asian restaurants (10 minute walk to Boundary Street). I used to go to Fortitude Valley for a supermarket at the end of Boundary street ( cnr Turbot Street) although the city center with all their specialty shops in also within walking distance if your are reasonably fit. Both locations will take less than half an hour to walk.
For two weeks I would go for at least a one bedroom apartment, even if you are travelling solo. Check out the locations I have mentioned on Google maps.
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"Rooms away from the main road of Jubilee Terrace would be quieter but once the doors are closed the road..."