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Brisbane Marriott Hotel, Brisbane City

Winner of the 2001 Brisbane Tourism Five-Star Accommodation Award, the Brisbane Marriott Hotel has established a reputation as Brisbane’s premier five-star hotel.

Its combination of excellent city location; luxurious; contemporary design; Executive Floors for business and leisure guests; Brisbane’s only hotel day spa retreat; and warm, hospitable service has proven a winning combination.

The 28-level Brisbane Marriott Hotel is located on the corner of Queen and Adelaide Streets, a short riverside walk to the city’s retail precinct, award-winning al fresco dining options, Treasury Casino, riverside markets, nightlife, China Town and the city Botanical Gardens. The hotel is also within a short river ferry commute to Southbank Parklands, Cultural centre, State Theatre and Museum.

The hotel’s stunning design is based on the architecture and atmosphere of New York’s Manhattan Island, featuring marble, parquetry, local artwork, chandeliers and granite. All luxuriously-appointed rooms feature expansive windows which provide natural light and superb views of the river and Central Business District.

The Hotel’s 267 elegant guest rooms offer either a king sized bed or two double beds, and all rooms have stunning city and river views with in-room amenities such as separate shower and bath, international direct dial telephones, in-room pay movies, climate control, high speed internet access and 24 hours room service. The hotel also offers four dedicated executive floors, allowing guests to enjoy the additional benefits of complimentary continental breakfast, evening drinks and canapes, as well as valet parking.

Superior recreational facilities include complimentary use of the fully equipped gymnasium, indoor heated swimming pool, sauna and day spa.

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