With a selection of boutique and contemporary hotels, luxury rooms, budget backpackers, self-contained apartments and accessible and disability-friendly accommodation to choose from, it’s easy to find somewhere to stay in Brisbane. Accommodation in the CBD is an easy walk from most major attractions and there’s plenty to do. Brisbane also has a number of great inner-city urban villages, each with its own personality and range of unique accommodation. Further afield are a number of B&Bs and farmstays in the hinterland areas, or heading towards the coast you’ll find camping areas and island resorts.
Stand naked on your private deck overlooking never-ending valleys or relax by a log fire with a glass of red and your favourite person. Make every moment count with these iconic stays.
Take a weekend trip to the Lockyer Valley and stay in a luxury bed and breakfast, traditional country cottage or brave the elements while camping to rest and refresh.
From the energy, excitement and adventure of a 24-hour casino to the colonial charm of a deluxe hotel, the Treasury Casino and Hotel encompasses the best of both worlds, providing more choices in entertainment, dining and relaxation.
Watermark Hotel Brisbane offers refreshing boutique accommodation in Spring Hill, just 10 minutes' walk to the Central Business District and within close proximity of lively restaurants, shopping and entertainment.
Hotel Jen Brisbane is a central CBD 4.5 star hotel offering modern accommodation with quick access to public transport.
With its modern edge design, striking art by world acclaimed street artists, an iconic restaurant and a rooftop bar with city views; TRYP Fortitude Valley Hotel is Brisbane's most exciting hotel stay.
Escape to the crystal-clear waters and white sandy beaches of Tangalooma Island Resort on Moreton Island, just over an hour from Brisbane by resort passenger ferry.
From five-star stays and boutique pads to simple wallet-friendly rooms, Brisbane has a hotel or resort to suit all budgets and needs.
Located close to the airport, in the regions and around Brisbane’s urban precincts, there is sure to be a motel (often with a pool) within reach of your desired position.
Families are well looked after in Brisbane with a great range of stylish, comfortable and convenient self-contained and serviced apartments.
With no two bed and breakfasts ever the same, accommodation can range from restored historic homes to modern, specially-designed dwellings.
Make the most Queensland’s year-round sunshine and enjoy the great outdoors by staying in a caravan park or camping ground.
Staying in a hostel is more than a bed for the night – use the opportunity to meet people, exchange travel stories, sightsee together and share a meal.
Cosy up by the fireplace, find your zen or relax outdoors to expansive views – Brisbane's retreats and lodges are full of unique charm,
Get back to nature and stay on large rural properties in historic homesteads, specially-built cabins or quaint bed & breakfast-style rooms.