Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane

Spring Hill, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$130 to AU$400

Situated on the highest point in Brisbane’s Central Business District, Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane is a convenient address for business and leisure travellers. Discover an engaging blend of contemporary design, modern amenities and gracious hospitality, at a hotel dedicated to the perfect guest experience - ideal for a relaxing corporate trip, family holiday or weekend getaway.

Overlooking the picturesque Roma Street Parklands, the Brisbane accommodation affords commanding views of the city skyline, surrounding mountains or Brisbane River, and is only a short walk to the city or 15 minute walk to Suncorp Stadium.

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23 Leichhardt Street
Corner Wickham Terrace
Spring Hill, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Deluxe Room

The generous Deluxe Rooms feature stylish decor and a contemporary, renovated bathroom. All rooms offer 32 inch LCD televisions with Fox Sports and pay-per-view movies. Selected rooms have balconies with stunning views over the city or parklands.

For your convenience, Deluxe Rooms feature coffee and tea making facilities, fully-stocked mini bar, refrigerator, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, WiFi internet access, and direct dial phones.

Superior Room

The Superior Rooms combine comfort with contemporary style, allowing you to unwind in sleek surroundings. Enjoy one of the architecturally designed Superior Rooms located on the first and second floors of the Hotel or, alternatively, experience views of Roma Street Parklands or the City from one of the High Floor Superior Rooms.

Complete your stay with complimentary Voss water and Morish nuts, Bluetooth digital radio, espresso machine, designer bathroom amenities and fluffy bathrobes and slippers. Complimentary WiFi is offered in all Superior Rooms.

Superior Suite

Indulge yourself with the space you need to feel at home. Located on the hotel’s top two floors, Superior Suites blend magnificent views of Brisbane River, Roma Street Parklands or the City and Mount Coot-tha with residence-style comfort.

With a separate lounge and dining area featuring a 32 inch flat-screen television, plush seating and chic dining furniture, you will find the Superior Suite perfect for relaxation or entertaining guests. Complimentary WiFi is offered in all Superior Suites.

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