We liked the old style of the building with the fotos from the past of Brisbane and the old desks and furnitures. We also liked that warm water was in the room.
i stayed for 4 nights and the staff were helpful and pleasant. i had a standard room which had what i wanted. the only thing i could of had was that coffee and sugar should have been supplied.
but overall it was value for money and would recommend it
It was a terrible stay at this hotel, the room was dusty, l was sneezing the whole night. The sheets were dirty and l did not enjoy my stay at all. never stay at this hotel!!!!!!
Stayed here last time I was in Brisbane for a concert short walk to the venue and the train station. Found the place clean and tidy great value for money friendly staff. Would stay here again. I try to book for for Soundwave (concert) but was all booked out i just hope where i stay this is half as good . I would tell my Friends and family to stay here on their next trip down
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0.65 km / 0.40 miles from Fortitude Valley
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