Spicers Balfour Hotel

New Farm, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$249 to AU$429

From the outside, Spicers Balfour Hotel resembles many of the large and beautiful classic Queenslander homes found in its neighbourhood, the fashionable inner-city Brisbane suburb of New Farm. But inside it holds a secret that sets it apart from the other luxury hotels in Brisbane. Ideal for couples, exclusive groups and corporate stays.

Located only 13 kilometres from Brisbane airport, three kilometres from Brisbane Central Business District, and in the heart of Brisbane's fashionable suburb of New Farm, Spicers Balfour Hotel offers a central, stylish escape for both work and leisure. New Farm offers Brisbane's best restaurants, cafes, bars, day spas, and designer boutiques - all within a five minute walk from the hotel. Just minutes away, Brisbane's Central Business District offers a multitude of attractions, activities and events.

Comprehensive facilities: Guests are privy to the hotel's butler service, dining room, rooftop bar (with views of Brisbane's city skyline and Story Bridge), wifi access and conference room - creating a luxury retreat that is modern and functional, yet comforting and private.

The Balfour Kitchen is open for Breakfast, High Tea, Lunch and Dinner. Booking is recommended. Please note, The Balfour Kitchen is closed for lunch and dinner on Sundays.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
17- 37 Balfour Street
New Farm, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Executive Queen Room

Executive Queen Rooms feature a bathroom with rain shower, workstation, 50 inch LCD TV with Foxtel, reverse cycle air-conditioning and window that open to fresh air, Bose sound system, designer antique furniture, queen size bed, DVD player, telephone, bathrobes, hairdryer, and iron/ironing board and minibar.

Executive King Room

Executive King Rooms feature a bathroom with rain shower with separate bath, workstation, 50 inch LCD television with Foxtel, reverse cycle air-conditioning and window that open to fresh air, Bose sound system, rainmaker showers, in-room safes, designer antique furniture, king size bed (twin bedding available on request), DVD player, telephone, bathrobe, hairdryer, and iron/ironing board and minibar.

Balfour Suite

The Balfour Suites are Balfour's newest rooms and are as spacious as they are luxurious. Designed to reflect the 1940s Art Deco style of the building in which they are located. They feature a king size bed (twin bedding available on request), a bathroom with rain shower and separate bath and heated towel racks., a separate sunroom featuring HD Smart television, Foxtel, Apple television connectivity, in-room safe and minibar.

Accessible Queen Room

Accessible Queen Room features an accessible bathroom with rain shower, workstation, 50 inch LCD television with Foxtel, reverse cycle air-conditioning and window that open to fresh air, Bose sound system, designer antique furniture, queen size bed, DVD player, telephone, bathrobes, hairdryer, and iron/ironing board and minibar.

All stays include an a la carte breakfast daily.

Accessible Suite

The Accessible Suite suite is one of Balfour's newest rooms and are as spacious as they are luxurious. Designed to reflect the 1940s Art Deco style of the building in which they are located. They feature a king size bed (twin bedding available on request), an accessible bathroom with rain shower and heated towel racks., a separate sunroom featuring HD Smart television, Foxtel, Apple TV connectivity, in-room safe and minibar.

All stays include an a la carte breakfast daily.

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