Emporium Hotel

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$245 to AU$695

Brisbane's award-winning boutique property, the Emporium Hotel, presents a tangible vision of contemporary elegance and hospitality. The ambience, service and sophistication of this hotel is designed to deliver exquisite stays.

The Emporium Hotel interiors are a fusion of the exquisite with the eclectic, delivered in the art of elite bohemian elegance. Located in the heart of Brisbane's stylish Emporium precinct in Fortitude Valley, a haven for lovers of fashion and food - the Hotel is just minutes from the Brisbane central business district and close to the Brisbane Cruise Terminal, Brisbane Airport and Gateway arterial linking the Gold and Sunshine Coast's.

Featuring 102 luxurious studio suites, rooftop pool, sauna, gym, Cocktail Bar, Belle Époque Patisserie and Conference Centre for up to 250 people, Emporium Hotel is perfect for business or leisure stays.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi


  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor


  • Swimming

Other Information


Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
1000 Ann Street
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area

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Forget breakfast in bed this Father’s Day – treat your Dad to the biggest breakfast on the Brisbane River! Bacon, eggs and all the best breaky trimmings. Dad will love the breakfast cruise on Sunday, 4 September 2016. Includes breakfast buffet and a scenic morning cruise on the Brisbane River. Book online at their website or by calling them.
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Say 'Thank You' to Dad this Father's Day with an unforgettable dining experience on the water. Enjoy the swinging sounds of jazz playing live on board whilst feasting on Dad’s Roast Carvery Buffet. As a special gift, every Dad receives a free beer on arrival. Includes Roast Carvery Buffet, Live Jazz and a Scenic Afternoon cruise on the Brisbane River. Time: 12pm – 2pm. Departing: Eagle Street Pier, 1 Eagle Street, Brisbane.

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Game Show-Off is an interactive cabaret-style game show complete with glitzy hosts and competitions galore. The audience will compete in teams for the coveted honour of being Game Show-Off champions in this trivia-like night that gradually becomes more physically and visually daring. Grab yourself a drink and get ready for seven rounds of non-stop entertainment including 'Garbage Couture' and 'Shitty Poetry' with your glamorous hosts Neridah Waters, Lucas Stibbard, Sarah Winter and Thom Browning. Don’t miss this opportunity to join in the chaotic fun and show off! Game Show-Off is based on Festival of Fortune, originially conceived and produced by Woodford Folk Festival.

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8 October 2016
Unlock your city at Brisbane Open House. Brisbane locals will have the rare opportunity to visit about 100 of the city’s most significant and intriguing buildings when they open their doors for the seventh annual Brisbane Open House. The free Brisbane Open House event offers the chance to tour a remarkable range of buildings including the Fort Lytton Historic Military Precinct, Spring Hill Service Reservoirs, Archerfield Airport, QUT’s new Creative Industries Precinct, and QIMR Berghofer. Also on offer in 2016 is the ever-popular photography competition, Speaker Series, guided walking tours, the meet-the-maker Made in Brisbane experiences, an engaging children’s program featuring entertaining activities at many participating buildings, and free concerts. To find out more please visit their web site.

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The Brisbane Street Art Festival (BSAF) is an annual multi-platform public arts and music festival with a core objective of showcasing local, national and international art on a wide public platform.

An Antiquated Notion

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21 September 2016
An inquisitive group exhibition exploring the concept vintage, this theme-specific group exhibition is made up of six female artists (Chantel Schott, Corrina McLaughlin, Hayley Groves George, OmiLee, Rochelle Blakelock and Susie Lewis) exploring their relationships with times and places from the past, deciphering through personal discoveries including how to make something old new again and toying around with the question “is vintage an antiquated notion?” It comprises a number of sculptural and theme-specific photographs as well as small and large scale meticulous drawings and linocut prints, not to mention expressive paintings on both canvas and timber panels, showcasing an all-embracing exhibition to energize and awaken those notions. Official opening, Saturday, 24 September at 4:30pm, refreshments will be served and all are welcome. Market day, including workshops, and live demonstrations, Saturday, 8 October from 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

Kaleidoscope Project

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6 September 2016
A colourful installation documented by Access Arts Camera Wanderers in collaboration with Access Arts Theatre Ensemble. This artwork celebrates the process and journey of individual and collective artistic expression. For the first time, Access Arts Camera Wanderers and Theatre Ensemble will fuse their passion for performance and photography to reveal a colourful, ever-evolving, and bold joint creative journey. In the words of Ralph Waldo Emerson; “Life is a journey, not a destination.” Join Access Arts creatives on theirs.


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7 September 2016
Bigsound is Australia's premier festival of new music. Bigsound is where the world discovers Australian music. For two nights every September, a vibrant collection of musicians, music industry professionals and music lovers from across the globe assemble in Brisbane's Fortitude Valley to witness the best new Australian music. Bigsound's fifteenth incarnation in 2016 promises to deliver the same atmosphere of innovation and togetherness that has come to define its place in the international music industry calendar. Come and be thrilled by 150 of Australia's best new artists, across 15 stages in Fortitude Valley's special entertainment precinct.

Anywhere Festival - Brisbane

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Discover the nooks and crannies of Brisbane in a way you never expected during Anywhere Festival. From West End to Zillmere, Goodna to Carina, feel like an in the know insider as you discover places and events even the locals didn't know existed. Over 17 days experience over 500 events from performances in all the suburbs of Brisbane: comedy in alleys, fashion parades in backyards, poetry in bowling clubs, walking tours on bridges, special retail, restaurant and kids events along with special happenings. Grab the full program from the website when it is launched end of March, grab some friends and family and explore a real festival of everything Brisbane has to offer in what has been described as one of the "Top Nine Fine International Festivals You Must See!". Anywhere Theatre Festival Limited is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland.

RQAS Biennial

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The RQAS Biennial at Petrie Terrace Gallery is a new art initiative from the Royal Queensland Art Society. RQAS Biennial comprises three feature competitions: RQAS Members Annual Exhibition (from 16 August) is a long-standing event on the RQAS calendar and this year will have AUD4000 prize money on offer along with a market day and live music. Queensland Figurative 2016 (from 6 September) is an open competition calling for artists to create works that have the human figure as an integral part of the composition. A huge success in 2014, attracting more than 150 entries which were judged by Archibald-winner Wendy Sharpe. Total prize money for this year’s event is AUD11,500. Young Artist Award (from 27 September) is one of the most important cultural investments by RQAS in its 126-year history. Promoting engagement with schools and art colleges, this open competition for artists aged 17 to 30 offers an exhibition platform and AUD2000 prize money for Queensland’s emerging fine art champions. Young artists are invited to submit a two-dimensional artwork of a subject observed from life.
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