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The New Inchcolm Hotel Brisbane MGallery by Sofitel

5.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We had a two night stay here last weekend, it is in a great position and just oozes gorgeous old world charm and class. We had a car but walked everywhere...to Southbank and it is quite close to Eagle Street Pier to get the City Cats around the city. The rooms are quite large are decorated beautifully and different with lovely furnishings, books and magazines, artwork and coffee machine in the the little hidden kitchenette behind double doors. Had a couple of drinks in the bar and it was a very relaxing space to enjoy our drinks. The continental breakfast was more than adequate and we loved what was on offer, yummy sourdough bread with pepe saya butter, cold meat cuts, fresh fruit, cereals, cheeses and condiments...you don't need to have a huge spread for breaky but just do it well with great quality products...spot on we thoroughly enjoyed our breaky! All washed down with a decent latte! Staff were all friendly and very accommodating. Would definitely stay here again when visiting Brisbane.

Stayed at the Inchcolm Hotel Brisbane for 2 nights to see the Adele concert. We booked the hotel via the Accor Club - as we had points to use from previous stays. And we were not disappointed at all, the room was very comfortable, Art Deco styled, clean and situated in a great location with only a few minute walk down to the river or city shops. The staff were friendly and caring. Unfortunately the hotel was busy because of the Adele concert so when it came to breakfast - the Area only caters for a small number of people so there wasn't enough room or service that morning. Apart from that it was a lovely stay and a great little boutique hotel. Would definitely return.

My wife and I spent a Saturday night in Brisbane at the New Inchcolm. The hotel has been fantastically renovated and looks wonderful. Upon booking I mentioned that it was a romantic night for us and they arranged a bottle of French Champagne and Rose petals leading from the front door to a heart of petals on the bed. We had a drink at the bar and dinner at Thomson's Reserve Restaurant as well. Both were fantastic. We couldn't fault anything on our stay. The hotel and staff were amazing. We will definitely be back.

We recently stayed here 4 nights. It is tastefully decorated and conveniently located near Central station. Trains to Brisbane airport every 15 minutes. Also a 10 min walk to the riverside and centre. The staff is very friendly and makes you feel welcome. We got upgraded and enjoyed the very comfortable and beautiful room. There are a Nespresso machine and fridge in the room.Very nice bathroom, nice toiletries. Weird taps, you cannot reduce the flow when you turn from cold to warm water. The airco was set to a rather low temperature, Centrally controlled. The windows do not open. The bed is very good quality and a choice of pillows. The room was very quiet, it was a corner room. There is an iPad in the room, very handy. The standard breakfast was ok, not too much choice but good quality. For a reasonable price you can order various cooked dishes. Note if you order coffee you get charged, the nespresso is free. The restaurant is very pleasant, we enjoyed the food and the service, starters on the small side, not cheap. Love to come back.

I just spent a week at the wonderful New Inchcolm Hotel in Brisbane and it was just awesome. I took a short train from the airport and the hotel was a three minute walk from the Central station! It was also about a 12 minute walk to the downtown area. The room was extremely comfortable, it had a bed and two comfy chairs. It also had a Nespresso machine and milk frother, (they delivered complimentary fresh milk every day). There was also a kettle and teapot and 4 types of tea. The toiletries were very high quality and did wonders for my skin and hair, I felt like I was walking out of a spa every day! The staff were very welcoming and friendly and tried to be as accommodating as possible to any requests. I was so sad to leave the hotel, but I will definitely be back next year.

I'll comment on service, comfort, and food. On arrival, we met several service people who were on site for most of our stay; they made us feel welcome and at home. People at the desk were friendly and helpful. Food service was amazing, if you said you wanted a coffee a little later in the meal, it appeared without your having to ask. They always said good day as we went for a wander in the morning and welcomed us when we returned. Our room was nice but we had a problem with noise. If you stay at Inchcolm, try to avoid room 101 - it's above the dining area and you can hear heels, table rearrangement and things dropping, which went on for a bit after we were in bed and started again early in the morning. They did ask if we wanted to change rooms but once we defined where the noise was coming from, we managed it better. The first night it was partly the curiosity and we ended up creating a story of it, which helped explain it (the story included high-heeled stalkers and murderous intent). For the hotel, one recommendation to help this (not the murderous intent, but certainly the high heeled stalking) would be to have your service staff wear quiet-soled shoes. We could hear the people in the room next door - it was a sports weekend and we heard their TV and shouts in response to plays; they were awake much later than us and their TV seemed to be on the wall opposite our bed and the sports went on into the night. They didn't shout at the news they watched late in the morning, although that would be understandable. The AC was cold during the day and seemed to go off at night so we were either quite chilly or hot. The temperature setting didn't work and when we turned the AC on at night, the light was quite bright in the bedroom and it only stayed on a short time. It didn't seem possible to open the window, which may have helped create some air flow. The bottom bed sheet wasn't large enough to stay tucked in and the mattress cover ended up bunching, which was a bit annoying. Why not use fitted sheets? We learned to order breakfasts as a build-your-own. Start with a small basic and add extras - I found the eggs with toast as a base with sausage and beans or mushroom was quite substantial and tasty. The fennel sausage is marvellous. We ordered room service one night and I found my burger and fries a bit plain for the cost. The cook could perhaps spiff it up with some flavoured salts, sauces, and a more-like- homeade burger bun and lots more salad in the burger.

The Restaurant was excellent, friendly staff who always came to the table at the right time. The food was wonderful, with a lot of effort and imagination put into it. The Rosemary infusion with Chocolate was wonderful, we'll be back. Only one slight drawback, the portions could have been a little larger.

It was our first stay at this lovely boutique hotel in Brisbane, located in the interesting area between the CBD and Spring Hill. Our stay - a special occasion wedding anniversary - was everything we expected and more. From the complimentary bottle of sparkling wine on our arrival, the friendly staff, beautiful rooms and valet parking, we could not have made a better choice for our city sojourn. Our room was a home away from home with lovely decor and I particularly liked the bookcases in the room. Thank you New Inchcolm. We shall return.

Seriously? What an awesome little boutique hotel this is now. Was always in a great location but the refurb done 2013/2014 is exceptional. The bar is trendy groovy olde worlde, staff professional and friendly and the cocktails delicious. Didn't stay in the accomm though I understand the rooms are gorgeous.

I spent a week here in early July 2017. Great hotel, beautifully renovated, coupled with friendly, personalised service. Just on the edge of the CBD - close but not in the thick of it, so more relaxing.

73 Wickham Terrace Spring Hill QLD

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Queen Street Mall and Roma Street Parkland
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Fitness center

Located in Brisbane Central Business District, The New Inchcolm Hotel Brisbane MGallery by Sofitel is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Queen Street Mall and Roma Street Parkland. This 50-room, 5-star hotel has a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center. Located centrally in Spring Hill, it's also close to Suncorp Stadium and Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.


Dining

Enjoy a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or have a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service. Full breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

All 50 individually decorated rooms feature iPads, iPod docks, and refrigerators. Guests can expect 55-inch LED TVs with cable channels and pay movies, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Pillowtop beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and pillow menus, and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries. Other standard amenities include minibars, espresso makers, and free newspapers.


Property features

Renovated in 2014, The New Inchcolm Hotel Brisbane MGallery by Sofitel offers a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 4 meeting rooms. Valet parking is available for AUD 40 per night. Front-desk staff can answer questions 24/7, and assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a conference center, a 24-hour business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.

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Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

96% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 435 reviews