|Most expensive month:||February|
|Average price in Brisbane:||$193/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$48/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Ascot Budget Inn & Residences
143 Nudgee Road, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
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Base Backpackers Brisbane Uptown - Hostel
466 George Street, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
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Meriton Suites Herschel Street, Brisbane
43 Herschel Street, Brisbane, QLD, Australia
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Offering a mix of laid-back ambience, youthful culture and year-round sunshine, Brisbane is a sophisticated city with rooftop bars, modern art galleries and tranquil gardens. Comprised of shopping meccas, fine-dining havens, live entertainment hubs and other unique districts, Brisbane lures travellers seeking that big-city excitement coupled with intimate warmth.
Much of the city’s action can be found around the winding Brisbane River, where you can catch live music in Fortitude Valley, explore the fusion of cultures in West End, roll the dice at the historic Treasury Brisbane and shop at designer stores along Queen Street Mall.
A visit to Brisbane wouldn’t be complete without visiting Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to cuddle the friendly koalas, feed kangaroos and see more of Australia’s native animals including wombats and Tasmanian devils. Speaking of national icons, head to Suncorp Stadium to watch the Queensland Reds, Brisbane Broncos or Brisbane Roar compete for their respective national championships.
Dine on mouth-watering steak at the classic Queenslander pub, Breakfast Creek Hotel, one of Australia’s most famous watering holes, or wrap up your day with a cocktail and view at the 12th-floor rooftop bar Eagles Nest in Kangaroo Point. Need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city? Head to Mt Coot-tha for sweeping views of Queensland's capital, or explore the lush landscapes of the City Botanic Gardens.
Just a short hop from the Brisbane CBD will see you relaxing on an inner-city beach and walking along kilometres of tree-lined paths filled with restaurants and shops at South Bank. See the crystal-blue waters on Moreton Island, just a 75-minute ferry ride from the city, or take a scenic drive to Mount Glorious in about one hour.
The easiest way to get around Brisbane is by using the city’s public transportation. A mix of ferries, buses and trains provide reliable and affordable transport around the CBD and to outer suburbs. The City Hopper is a free ferry service that covers South Bank, Kangaroo Point and the CBD. Taxis can be expensive, but Brisbane’s ideal weather means you can traverse most areas by bike or on foot, particularly around the scenic paths that run throughout the city.
Users favour staying in areas such as Fortitude Valley, Brisbane CBD, and Spring Hill. Consider these locations when searching for your desired stay.
One of the most popular hotels in Brisbane is Stamford Plaza Brisbane, which has been reviewed by 5,184 users and currently has a rating of 8.6/10. Other top-rated locations include Sofitel Brisbane Central and Hyatt Regency Brisbane, which have received 8.1/10 and 8.8/10 ratings from our users, respectively.
Stamford Plaza Brisbane is a popular hotel near South Bank Parklands that is highly recommended, with a score of 8.6 across 5,184 reviews.
Stamford Plaza Brisbane is a hotel near Queen Street Mall that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.6 from 5,184 reviews.
5,184 HotelsCombined reviews of Stamford Plaza Brisbane score it 8.6/10, making it a highly recommended hotel near Eagle Street Pier.
$190/night is the average price of a hotel in Brisbane, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 3 days. For 4-star hotels in Brisbane, the average price found is $203/night, and for 5-star hotels the average price is $327/night.
HotelsCombined users have found cheap hotels in Brisbane starting from $17 per night in the last 3 days. For the coming weekend of 20 May to 22 May, prices for hotels in Brisbane start from as low as $56/night.
Over the last 3 days, the starting price of a hotel in Brisbane tonight has been as low as $56 and the average price has been $221. If you’d prefer 4-star accommodation, expect to pay at least $104 for this evening.
Book into Brisbane hotels to find a wide selection of precincts that cater for every food lover's palate. Meander down Adelaide Street and enjoy Japanese cuisine at premium restaurants such as Oshin and Karaage. Meriton Suites, on Adelaide Street, will place you right in the heart of culinary innovation. Chinatown explores more than just Chinese food; encompassing several styles of oriental cooking and with a host of restaurants to explore, it is an area worth visiting. South Bank, alongside the river, is lined with great restaurants, cafes and bars and lends itself towards a trendy, cosmopolitan lifestyle. Find hotels such as Novotel South Bank or Mantra South Bank to enjoy easy access to great dining and cocktail bars. Fortitude Valley is another great area for wine bars, brunch eateries and artisanal chocolate shops, and Alpha Mosaic Hotel is an aesthetic accommodation solution for this district.
Family-friendly accommodation in Brisbane is easy to find and gives you the chance to explore the city together. South Bank will be a good base for your family, as it has great recreation on your doorstep. Enjoy the Brisbane Festival, in South Bank, held annually in September, for a month of fun activities. With South Bank Parklands, Wheel Of Brisbane and plenty of water activities, staying in a hotel such as Emporium Hotel or booking River Plaza Apartments will be a great base for your Brisbane holiday. Stay centrally and visit Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Fig Tree Pocket, trek the nature trails and waterfalls of Springbrook or drive out to Tamborine Mountain with ease. When booking into city-based hotels, such as Sofitel Brisbane or Four Points, you will have good access to the surrounding action and great public transportation options, too.
Hotels in Brisbane offer you the perfect opportunity to enjoy either a scenic, nature-based holiday or a vibrant holiday filled with nighttime fun. There are great sights around the city, such as the impressive Story Bridge, one of the biggest bridges in Australia and great for panoramic views. Quest On Story Bridge is a quality hotel close by. Visit the Museum of Brisbane, for a contemporary and historical look at Australian artefacts, or the Queensland Museum with its Sciencentre, filled with displays and interactive attractions. Alma Zoo is based a short drive from the city and filled with indigenous animals, or you could enjoy one of the city's famous river cruises, to explore the coastline. Hyatt Regency will place you near the city sights. Enjoy popular bars and clubs, comedy nights and chill cafes in this great Queensland city.
In order to get the best out of your accommodation base in Brisbane, look at the main hubs for transportation and easy access. Central Brisbane is busier but offers more choices for transport and activities, making accommodation such as Adina Apartments a good choice. Fortitude Valley is great for young adults, night owls and people who would like to be close to nightlife. Consider Sage Hotel or Ovolo for a comfortable stay near LOS Bar and Farrier Bar & Supper Club.