Best luxury hotels in Brisbane 2022

Queensland’s capital is a thriving Australian coastal and river city, which also serves as a jumping-off point for visitors planning trips to the Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest, Gold Coast and theme parks. A new city, by European architectural standards, with some old-world areas, the city offers purpose-built hotels designed with cutting-edge comfort and technology and state-of-the-art luxury features. The arts and dining scene is world-class, as is the shopping – and don’t miss GOMA, its world-class art gallery.

The Cali hotel

This 175-room urban lifestyle resort may be all the hotel modern, but it packs plenty of nods to mid-century style. Reserve an 88-foot poolside cabana (which has a glitzy American feel) to dine or sunbathe during the day, champagne in hand. And ask for one of the “pink” rooms for a view of that terrace — all rooms come with Bluetooth speakers, minibars, and blackout curtains, with connecting and accessible spaces available. Enjoy a moussaka or mezze at the Calile’s Greek restaurant, Hellenika, then finish your evening with cocktails at the Lobby Bar.

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West Brisbane

Just four years old, this W was the first five-star establishment to arrive in Brisbane City in two decades. Located by the sea in the Central Business District, it lights up its pocket of water, with 312 rooms and suites benefiting from this privileged position. The region’s heritage played a role in the design, adding a sense of place to W’s glamorous staples — like state-of-the-art Bowers & Wilkins Bluetooth speakers in the bedroom, Netflix, and cocktail minibars. Bold design is found throughout, especially in the indoor pool, where the ceiling and floor reflect a funky zebra pattern. An all-day dining venue is complemented by a clubby bar and the WET Terrace, where barbies are prepared while you swim and sunbathe.

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Hyatt Regency Brisbane

Queen Street Mall was the chosen location for Hyatt’s inaugural property in Brisbane, which opened in early 2021. A 20-meter rooftop heated infinity pool surrounded by a chic pool bar sets this hotel apart . Guests are accommodated in 292 rooms with city or river views, bathrobes and slippers, and room service upon request. There is an on-site Tesla charging station, valet parking, and a gym. The popular Lennons Restaurant and Bar prepares comfort food made from low-carbon, seasonal ingredients, as well as Ray Capaldi’s highly sought-after Wonder Pies and an Australian wine list to complement your meal.

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The Westin Brisbane

Located just 250 meters from the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens, The Westin is an urban retreat. With a heated swimming pool and the Nautilus swim-up bar (the only one of its kind in Brisbane), you can have a holiday experience in the sun, with all the benefits and conveniences of a city break. A menu of international dishes is served at Charles Restaurant, while Australian classics are offered at Edens Table Restaurant. And if you bring your best canine friends, you can be sure of VIP treatment – the chefs here have created an extensive menu that’s just for pet dogs. It’s also kid-friendly, making it a great choice for family stays.

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Hotel X Brisbane Fortitude Valley

A sanctuary of luxury, this hotel is decadent, different and just a little wild. Its original architecture makes its mark on the skyline of Fortitude Valley. Inside you will find facilities such as a chic French bistro (Bisou Bisou), a Mediterranean rooftop bar and restaurant (Iris), a pool bar, a gym, a concierge and room service. 24 hour secretarial service for business travellers. and nanny hire for parents who want to party (or rest). The avant-garde design incorporates bold art and cutting-edge lighting with a striking monochrome palette. Rooms have tablet control systems, dual-head showers, and minibars.

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