We stayed at the Brisbane treasury hotel in room 216 (Deluxe King room) for 2 nights mid-week.
The room was lovely, with high ceilings, a lot of light and lovely furnishings in keeping with the period of the building.
The room had a good sized entry hall that housed the cupboard, mini-bar and provided some luggage storage.
There was a large flat screen tv, lots of seating options including lounge chairs and a sofa, a round desk (which could also be used as a small dining table as it had 2 chairs).
The bed was comfortable with good quality linen.
An iPod docking station / alarm clock was also provided which was a nice touch.
The windows had both curtains and horizontal blinds which were great to block out the light early in the morning.
The room was fairly quiet, with some noise heard from the street early in the morning.
Our room looked out towards the south / east, on to a courtyard shared between neighbouring buildings. There was no real view, as such.
The bathroom was spacious, with a lovely deep bath, separate shower and ample hot water. Toiletries provided were fine. Ample good quality towels were provided.
Both air-conditioning and a ceiling fan were available in the room.
There was a turn down service (not requested, just part of the service).
Our only real problem with the room was that due to the layout and architectural feature columns there was only space for a bedside table (and light) on one side of the bed. This proved to be a bit of a nuisance. We improvised by using a chair as a bedside table but this didn't help with the lack of bedside light.
We visited the cosy in-house bar, Ryan's, on the ground floor, a few times for pre-dinner drinks and also for lunch. The food was very nice and not overly expensive.
There is another venue, Lab, also on the ground floor which offers breakfasts in the mornings, as well as running as a restaurant and bar later on.
Check-in and check-out were very efficient although no real information or assistance was provided at check-in.
The area the hotel is situated in is quite central, about 5 minutes walk to the start of the mall and to the Brisbane river. There is a ferry stop close by and the free around city bus runs past the hotel.
We've stayed in a few different hotels in Brisbane over the past few years and think that this hotel was the nicest. We plan to return.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Experience the majestic grandeur of Treasury Casino & Hotel. Housed in two of Australia’s grandest heritage buildings, this space has been transformed to create a hotel experience of world class standard which is unlike any other. Situated in the city’s commercial and retail heart the Hotel is a mere 25 minutes drive from Brisbane’s domestic and international airports. Treasury Casino & Hotel offers 128 lavishly appointed rooms including king, twin and suites, most of which boast magnificent 18 foot high ceilings. Rich in history and first class hospitality, experience the perfect blend of contemporary comfort and old world charm at Treasury Casino & Hotel. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Treasury Hotel Brisbane
- Treasury Hotel And Casino
- Conrad Brisbane
- Brisbane Conrad