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Brisbane and Southwest Queensland: all our hotels

Brisbane, the sunny capital of Queensland is a modern and laidback city situated on the banks of the Brisbane River. As one of the fastest-growing cities in Australia, Brisbane is made up of a number of precincts, all with their own unique vibe and hub of activity. From Fortitude Valley to Southpoint and Hawthorne, Brisbane and South west Queensland has an endless list of things to do and see for every type of traveler. Must-see attractions include the entertaining South Bank that is best viewed by walking or cycling. Similarly, Mt Coot-tha is just a 15 minute drive from the city, and boasts over 1500ha of natural parkland. Art enthusiasts should earmark GoMA, Australia’s largest gallery of modern and contemporary art, and the Queensland Art Gallery that proudly showcases a balance of both Australian and International artists. When it comes to culinary adventures, Brisbane’s ever-growing list of hip laneways is sure to excite any food and wine enthusiast. From specialty coffee bars such as Brew or Coop Espresso, to pop up bars such as Vapiano or Harajuku Gyoza, there will always be something to please, even for the pickiest eater. Feel welcome in one of the hotels offered by AccorHotels or our partners in Brisbane and Southwest Queensland on your next business trip or relaxing family holiday. Whether it’s for one night or an extended stay, take your pick from our selection of comfortable hotels, with somewhere to match any budget.

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