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Windsor International Hotel, Brisbane City

The Windsor International Hotel combines four star hospitality, Australian history and modern Queensland architecture to provide guests with a truly unique accommodation experience.

Situated just three and a half kilometres north of Brisbane‘s Central Business District, the Windsor International Plaza Hotel has easy access to the city via bus, train or taxi. The Hotel is conveniently located near the Royal Brisbane Hospital, Brisbane Exhibition Ground and the sporting venues of Ballymore Football Field and Downey Park.

The Hotel has sixty luxuriously appointed accommodation rooms. All rooms contain tea/coffee making facilities, fridge, hairdryer, reverse-cycle air-conditioner minibar and foxtel. Thirty-five rooms are equipped with kitchenettes. Spa rooms, disabled rooms and suites are also available.

The Hotel also features a premier Italian restaurant. There really is no better way to start or finish the day than at the already famous ‘Va Bene’ Italian Restaurant and bar. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. ‘Va Bene’ gives guests the choice of a relaxed indoor setting or a quiet alfresco dining experience.

The Windsor International Hotel features recreational facilities such as gym room and sauna to allow their guests to have a profound workout or a casual exercise. The Hotel also possesses an outdoor pool with a great decking area that creates the opportunity for guests to relax and unwind.

Hotel services such as guest laundry, dry cleaning and a safety deposit are all catered for. Undercover car parking is also featured at the Windsor International Hotel and is complimentary for all guests.

Let the professional and friendly staff cater for your every need during a truly memorable sojourn at the Windsor International Hotel.

Accommodation Options

  • Deluxe
  • Interconnect
  • Suite

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