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Manor Apartment Hotel

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$145 to AU$585

The Manor Apartment Hotel is a boutique four-star hotel located in the heart of Brisbane Central Business District. All guests can enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast and free unlimited wi-fi during their stay.

This charming heritage-listed building is ideally located, just steps away from Queen Street Mall and a short distance to many of Brisbane's best tourist attractions, nightspots, cafes and shopping.

The Manor Apartment Hotel offers a range of accommodation options to suit leisure and business travellers alike. With a choice of hotel-style Queen Rooms, 1 Bedroom Apartments, 1 Bedroom Superior Apartments and 2 Bedroom Apartments.

All apartments are fully self-contained with air-conditioning, digital televisions, fully equipped kitchens, laundry facilities and free wi-fi.

Their Queen rooms are hotel rooms and feature tea coffee making facilities only with no additional kitchen or laundry facilities.

When staying at The Manor Apartment Hotel, you will also enjoy a complimentary continental breakfast buffet in the European style breakfast room. A great way to start your day before exploring the beautiful city.

The central location is convenient to the City Botanic Gardens, Southbank Parklands, Queensland Art Gallery and Cultural Centre, Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Museum, Treasury Casino, Central Station and much more.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Tour Desk

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.
289 Queen Street
Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Queen Room

Studio-style Queen Rooms (30 square metres) with Queen bed, ensuite bathroom with shower, free wi-fi, digital television, Foxtel, mini fridge, air-conditioning, security access to building and floors and free continental breakfast. Central Business District location.

1 Bedroom Apartment

Self-contained one Bedroom Apartment with Queen bed, ensuite bathroom with shower, free wi-fi, digital television, Foxtel, full kitchen with dishwasher, laundry facilities, air-conditioning, lounge/dining and free continental breakfast. Central Business District location.

1 Bedroom Superior  Apartment

Large self-contained one Bedroom Superior Apartment with a Queen bed, ensuite with shower, free wi-fi, digital television, Foxtel, full kitchen with dishwasher, laundry facilities, air-conditioning, lounge/dining and free continental breakfast. Central Business District location.

2 Bedroom Apartment

Spacious self-contained Two Bedroom Apartment with a Queen bed, second bedroom, two bathrooms, free wi-fi, digital television, Foxtel, full kitchen with dishwasher, laundry facilities, air-conditioning, lounge/dining and free continental breakfast. Central Business District location.

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