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Balmoral House, Brisbane City

Superbly located in Brisbane‘s City Centre, Balmoral House is a lovely two storey cavity brick building which has been completely gutted, rebuilt and upgraded to true classic 1930’s style restoration, one of Brisbane’s best. You’ll enjoy the following conveniences at Balmoral House: airport shuttle bus comes to the door, an easy one and a half kilometre, or two minute train ride to the City Mall, two train stops to the Transit Centre, more than 50 nearby ‘Eat Out’ choices, only 150 metres to ‘Chinatown’ and the Exhibition Showgrounds, ten minute walk to Royal Brisbane Hospital, shops, banks, hotels, trains and buses at the door, 300 metres to two Olympic Swimming pools (one is heated), huge double sized, self catering kitchen, guests dining and common room, full laundry facilities, ISD phone and facsimile, security and a tour desk.

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Budget accommodation with shared bathroom.


Room with ensuite.

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