First off the staff was wonderful very helpful. The property was clean and inviting. Our room was comfortable and view of the river a delight. We drove in the hotel entry, and as with many city street hotels there isn't much room, it was quiet congested. The valets were great and very helpful, we ...
The hotel is near downtown, so getting out for dinner or a beer after work was very practical. I stayed there while attending a conference in the conference center in South Bank. It was also very near to get there walking. Overall it had good value for money.
The Ibis Brisbane Airport Hotel on Dryandra Road is very pleasant. It is right next to the domestic terminal, and a shuttle runs between the hotel and the international terminal ($5 in Nov 2017). The staff at the front desk were pleasant and helpful. The TV screen in my room had a welcome with my ...
From check in to check out, the staff was the most friendly, knowledgeable, and accommodating I may have ever encountered. The room and value were also to notch, but kudos to the great people that work there!
It was really perfect and would have been rated all 5's until we checked out. we had a $40 phone charge because we had made several calls for food from the pub across the street (The Guilty Rogue) but could never get through to them and did not get any dinner that night. We were so tired we didn't ...
Location is good, with lots of restaurants and shops close enough to walk to or very close to bus line. Also close enough to be able to walk to South Bank, wich is one of my favorite spots. Reasons I didn't rate any higher were, beds are very firm, carpet floor edges seem dusty/dirty, and I had a ...
Location is awesome for food, shops, cinema at Myers next door to hotel plus walkable to Queen Street Mall and buses. Was pleased on arrival but room cleanliness got worse day by day. Day 2 there was scraps of paper on carpet when we came back late afternoon which wadnt from us. Day before we left, ...
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Leaving on a jet plane? It will probably land at Brisbane Airport, a major transportation hub for the area.Where to eat in Brisbane
You can really get to know a destination through its restaurant scene. Discover another side of Brisbane by biting into the entrees at The Pancake Manor, Shingle Inn Macarthur Central and SONO — it'll give you more energy for sightseeing.Best times to visit Brisbane
What do December, April and January have in common? They offer some great travel deals in Brisbane. If you book on Orbitz, you can save 14% in December, 12% in April, and 12% in January, on average.
They charged my cc for 50$ to be returned after 4 days from check out (very bad), deposit was returned . Room 106 was nice , bed was comfortable ,balcony was very good,minibar makes continues noise and freezes everything. TV with sky channels Bathroom light not adequate for shaving. Good location but a bit steep near everything about, 700m from greyhound and ,about 400m from 7/11 and liquor store. Staff are good, but please remember that you can smile. Stayed for 2 nights from 26 to 28 of May.
Close to river and restaurants , newer appearing facility. Had to pay 27 dollars for parking.
2nd stay in this hotel. Will definitely stay again. Avoid the pizza on the room service menu.
Good location for where we were having meetings. Have stayed there before. Just make sure you get an apartment and not a hotel room that is called an apartment. Higher floors are better.