Royal Albert Hotel

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$160 to AU$700

Royal Albert is a boutique hotel situated at the epicentre of Brisbane City just opposite the Myer Centre and one block from the Queen Street Mall and Treasury Casino. Royal Albert comprises 73 guest rooms including Deluxe Hotel Rooms (among the largest in Brisbane at 49 square metres), stylish One and Two Bedroom Suites and spacious Sub-Penthouse Apartments. All rooms feature kitchens (kitchenette in Deluxe Hotel), laundry facilities, hairdryer, minibar, television with Foxtel. Guest services include Wireless Internet, dry cleaning and laundry service, daily newspaper, 24-hour reception, Foxtel, valet car parking (conditions apply). Walk out the front door and enjoy footpath dining, take a stroll to the Botanical Gardens, cruise on the Brisbane River, or discover stall markets and boutique art galleries.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband

Facilities

  • 24 hour Reception
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Restaurant - Licensed

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
167 Albert St
Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Deluxe Hotel Room

One of the largest hotel rooms in Brisbane at 50 square metres, the Deluxe Hotel Room features a kitchenette, lounge/dining, laundry facilities, a 32" LCD with foxtel & DVD Player, a writing desk, wireless internet (charges apply), iPod dock clock radio and complimentary daily newspaper to ensure a very comfortable stay.

The room features of a Deluxe Hotel Room are as follows:
1 x Five Star Queen ensemble with pillow top
1 x Double Sofa Lounge
Living and dining area
Kitchenette with microwave and bar fridge
Bathroom and Laundry facilities

1 Bedroom Suite

One Bedroom Suites are very spacious at 60 square metres. Featuring a separate bedroom with TV, lounge, dining, kitchen and laundry. A 32" LCD with foxtel & DVD player, a writing desk, wireless internet (charges apply), ipod dock clock radio and complimentary daily newspaper to ensure a very comfortable stay.

The room features of a One Bedroom Suite are as follows:
1 x Bedroom with Five Star Queen ensemble with pillowtop and 32" LCD
1 x Double Sofa Lounge
Spacious separate living and dining area
Full Kitchen
Bathroom and Laundry facilities

2 Bedroom Suite

Two Bedroom Suites are very spacious at 70 square metres and feature a queen bedroom with TV and single bedroom, lounge, dining, kitchen and laundry. A 32" LCD with foxtel & DVD player, a writing desk, wireless internet (charges apply), ipod dock clock radio and complimentary daily newspaper to ensure a very comfortable stay.

The room features of a Two Bedroom Suite are as follows:
1 x Bedroom with Five Star Queen ensemble with pillowtop and 32" LCD
1 x Single Bedroom
1 x Double Sofa Lounge
Spacious separate living and dining area
Full Kitchen
Bathroom and Laundry facilities

Sub Penthouse Apartment

The Sub-Penthouse is over 120 square metres of luxury. Featuring a spacious lounge, dining & gourmet kitchen. A large master suite and 2nd bathroom guarantees space for all. They include a 42" LCD with foxtel & DVD Player, writing desk, wireless internet (charges apply), ipod dock clock radio and complimentary daily newspaper to ensure a very comfortable stay.

The room features of the Sub-Penthouses are as follows:
1 x King Bedroom with 32" LCD and ensuite
1 x Twin Bedroom
1 x Double Sofa Lounge
Luxurious Main Bathroom
Spacious separate living and dining area
Full Kitchen
Laundry facilities

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