I stayed here 2 nights and thought it was a good value. I got a multiple night special rate so it was about $130 a night. The room had 2 double beds with soft matresses, I slept well. The bath was large and had plenty of hot water and water pressure. A couple places to sit and big tv. It was a nice room. There are 2 computers in the lobby to use and you can keep renewing your session. So there is no need to pay for the internet unless you have to have it in your room. The lobby computers had a really fast speed and a printer.
It is located up an incline, so those with trouble walking may have problems. But we had no trouble. The hotel is located very close to Queen St mall and Eagle St Pier, both have a number of restaurants. It took 15 minutes to walk to the Brisbane Transit center and less to get to the restaurant areas.
I would stay here again, so it’s a good choice if you like the location.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Novotel Brisbane offers a preferred location within the city's business and shopping precincts. Novotel Brisbane boasts 296 well appointed guest rooms, a restaurant, lobby bar, cafe, outdoor pool, sauna, gymnasium, undercover parking, iMac computer station, in-room yoga channel and extensive conference facilities for up to 350 delegates. The professional, efficient staff and Novotel Brisbane's prime location make it the perfect choice while staying in Brisbane. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Novotel Brisbane Hotel Brisbane
- Brisbane Novotel
- Accor Brisbane