Emporium Hotel

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$199 to AU$695

Emporium Hotel is Australia’s most awarded boutique hotel, presenting a tangible vision of contemporary elegance and hospitality. Its ambience, service and sophistication is designed to deliver exquisite stays.

Located in the heart of the Emporium precinct in Fortitude Valley, the Hotel is a short distance from Brisbane's Central Business District, Queen Street Mall, Brisbane Airport, the Gateway Arterial Road (linking the Gold and Sunshine Coasts), South Bank precinct and many more lifestyle and tourism hot spots.

Guests are also within walking distance to some of the city’s best shopping, restaurants, nightlife.

Emporium Hotel features 102 superbly appointed rooms, rooftop pool, sauna, gym, concierge, 24-hour in-suite dining, award-winning Cocktail Bar, Belle Époque Patisserie and a Conference Centre that can cater for up to 250 people.

Perfect for business or leisure stays, enjoy the very best that Brisbane has to offer in luxurious style and comfort.

Take advantage of their extended stay offer, stay two nights and save 15 per cent.

Winner - Leading Boutique Hotel in Australia, World Travel Awards 2017, 2016, 2015
Winner - Best Boutique Hotel in Australia, HM Awards for Hotel Excellence 2015, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009
Inductee - Queensland Tourism Awards Hall of Fame 2014

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

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

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.
1000 Ann Street
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Emporium Suite

Located on the top floor and overlooking the cosmopolitan Emporium Precinct and City, these spacious suites open onto an oversized balcony. Guests enjoy added extras such as your own personal Vittoria espresso machine, walk in robe and an expansive bathroom featuring spa bath, glass enclosed shower and extended range of Etro bathing therapies.

Emporium Suites also feature state of the art in-suite entertainment with 106 centimetre television, Bose sound system, digital movies on demand and complimentary cable television channels.

Accessible Suite

The Accessible Suite is specially equipped for wheelchair access with a king bed that can split into two single beds. The spacious bathroom is fitted for easy access to shower and facilities and includes luxurious Molton Brown bathing therapies from England.

The Accessible Suite also feature state of the art entertainment facilities including 106 centimetre Television and Bose sound system, full work desk, Vittoria coffee machine and kitchenette.

Queen Suite

Perfect for individual travellers or an overnight stay all Queen Suites overlook the cosmopolitan Emporium Precinct. Queen Suites feature either a queen bed, exquisite sleeps pillow menu, in suite entertainment experience including 106 centimetre television and Bose sound system, ensuite with shower, kitchenette, Vittoria Espresso machine, in-suite laundry and workstation.

Deluxe Corner Suite

The Deluxe Corner Suites are the most indulgent Suites at the Emporium Hotel.

These spacious two-roomed Suites, provide a generous 76 square metres of living space for those guests who require the privacy of an extra room, in addition to the luxuriously appointed King Spa bedroom suite. The second room provides perfect functionality as a lounge suite, meeting space or separate dining area, with a fully appointed guest bathroom.

The Deluxe Corner Suites have been created to cater for all guests who require the space of an apartment, but still wish to stay in a full-service hotel when visiting Brisbane. Perfect for families, fashion industry, trunk shows or a bride and her wedding party getting ready for that big day.

King Suite

King Suites feature spacious open plan living decorated with luxurious contemporary finishes. These suites include a large ensuite bathroom with glass enclosed marble shower, Molton Brown bathing amenities, king bed, Exquisite Sleeps Pillow Menu, state of the art in-suite entertainment experience including 106 centimetre television and Bose sound system, kitchenette, Vittoria coffee machine and in-suite laundry.

King Spa Suite

Beauty and elegance are reflected in these spacious suites with ensuites featuring a personal spa bath, glass enclosed marble shower, Molton Brown bathing therapies, his and her bathrobes and slippers.

The luxury continues throughout the bedroom with King Spa Suites featuring a king bed, in-suite entertainment experience including 106 centimetre television and Bose sound system, full business desk, kitchenette, Vittoria coffee machine and in-suite laundry.

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