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Hotel George Williams, Brisbane City

Put Brisbane on your doorstep.

Choose to stay at the Hotel George Williams and enjoy their central location.

The team pride themselves on providing friendly yet professional service and the hotel features bright modern decor.

Close to attractions: The hotel is within minutes walk from South Bank, Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Performing Arts Complex, Queen Street Mall and Treasury Casino. For the sporting enthusiast, Suncorp Stadium is a ten minute walk.

Close to transport: The Brisbane Transit Centre is 300 metres and local bus, train and ferry services are minutes away.

Close to perfect: This modern three and a half star hotel has a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Hotel features include complimentary use of the fully equipped YMCA Fitness Centre, complimentary under cover parking (limited) and 24 hour reception.

Accommodation Options

  • Economy Twin
  • Hotel Room
  • Queen Terrace


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