Centrally located hotel with good access to the citys attractions
Situated in the heart of Brisbanes central business district and within 5 minutes of the Roma Street Transit Centre, the Ibis Hotel Brisbane is fantastically positioned for visitors to the city.
As well as having excellent transport links to Australia and beyond, the hotels location also makes it extremely easy to get around the city to visit the wide range of attractions on offer.
The hotels 218 guestrooms all feature air-conditioning as standard, which is a saviour during particularly hot days. Private bathrooms include a bathtub and hairdryer whilst the bedroom is equipped with a work desk and chair, ideal for those in the city for business, or indeed those looking to write home.
Bedrooms also feature cable/satellite television, radio, direct dial telephone, tea and coffee making facilities, and wireless internet connectivity. The latter incurs an additional cost. Services offered by the hotel include a babysitting option, limited business services, and travel money exchange. A safe deposit box is available at reception.
The Restaurant serves a full breakfast each morning and an a la carte menu during the evening. The hotel bar offers a number of light snacks as well as a good range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Guests at the Ibis Hotel Brisbane will find no difficulty in enjoying the various city delights. Many of the citys best shops are just a short walk away, including the Queen Street shopping mall and he Riverside Centre. Scattered around the shopping district is a wide range of stylish restaurants, cafs, bars, and pubs to suit all tastes and budgets.
South Bank Parklands, which features the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, and Queensland Museum, is also just a 15 minute walk from the hotel. Here visitors can sample a bit of culture in the museum and gallery or catch the latest touring act at the convention centre. Business guests will also be pleased with the proximity of the centre, which is Australias most awarded conferencing venue.
For sports fans, Lang Park, or Suncorp Stadium as it is currently known, is a sporting stadium built originally on a cemetery within 15 minutes of the hotel. The sporting venue regularly hosts rugby league and soccer matches and is the home stadium for a number of teams, including the Broncos (in the National Rugby League) and the Roar (in A-League soccer). The national football team has played games here in the past, whilst the final of the 2008 Rugby League World Cup was played here.
Then there are the scenic locations associated with the city. As well as the Botanical Gardens and Wickham Park, which house the Old Mill Observatory which is the oldest building in the state of Queensland, visitors can also make their way to Moreton Bay and head to Moreton National Forest, which is located on an island in the waters that see the Coral Sea and Tasman Sea merge.
Alternatively, guests at the Ibis Hotel Brisbane can visit one of the regions fine beaches and enjoy a relaxing day.