Hilton Brisbane

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$235 to AU$1155

A Brisbane icon, Hilton Brisbane is located in the heart of the city, on the vibrant Queen Street Mall. The hotel features modern accommodation, award-winning dining, newly refurbished leisure facilities and 2500 square metres of purpose built space designed specifically for meetings and events.

Choose from a selection of well-appointed guest, deluxe or executive rooms, or luxury suites which have been designed with each and every guest’s comfort in mind. Book an executive room or suite and enjoy access to the exclusive Executive Lounge which features continental breakfast, refreshments throughout the day and evening drinks and canapés to enjoy.

Meet and do business in one of the 19 flexible meeting and conference rooms which have been coupled with leading-edge technology, ideal service and attention to detail. The hotel is also equipped with a Business Centre where all of your business needs can be met.

Swim laps in the newly refurbished outdoor heated swimming pool, play a game of tennis on the city’s only tennis court, overlooking the city or squeeze in a workout in the Fitness Centre.

Go on a culinary journey in the hotel’s award-winning restaurant; Vintaged Bar + Grill which showcases the best of Queensland’s world-class produce.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
190 Elizabeth Street
Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

King Hilton Suite

Spoil yourself in this spacious 64 square metre/689 square foot suite with modern amenities including ambient mood lighting, two LCD televisions, an ergonomic work zone, walk-in shower, and hydra bath. Enjoy access to the exclusive Executive Lounge which offers complimentary breakfast, refreshments throughout the day and evening drinks and canapés. Browse online with Wi-Fi (fees apply) or watch a movie in the lounge room. Special touches include bath sheets, lush bathrobes and slippers, mineral water and luxurious bathroom amenities.

Hilton Guest Room

Wake up in this modern 32 square metre/344 square foot Guest Room with city views and a seating area. Stay connected with Wi-Fi (fees apply) and work at the large desk with ergonomic chair. Stretch out on the sofa or re-energize in the bathroom featuring a walk-in shower.

Hilton Deluxe Room

Unwind in the stylish and contemporary 32 square metre/344 square foot Deluxe Room featuring a large armchair with ottoman and an ergonomic work zone. Savor the beautiful city views, browse online with Wi-Fi (fees apply) or stretch out with a movie. Re-energize in the modern bathroom with walk-in shower, before settling down for a restful night's sleep. Special touches include a plush bathrobe and slippers.

Hilton Executive Room

Unwind in the stylish and contemporary 32 square metre/344 square foot Executive Room featuring a large armchair with ottoman and ergonomic work zone. Savor panoramic city views and enjoy access to the exclusive Executive Lounge which offers complimentary continental breakfast, refreshments throughout the day and evening drinks and canapés. Take advantage of the LCD television, walk-in shower, and Wi-Fi (fees apply). Special touches include a plush a bathrobe, mineral water, and tea and coffee making facilities.

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