Oaks Felix

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$153 to AU$1499

Oaks Felix is located in the central business district - Brisbane's prestigious financial and restaurant district. Felix's distinctive curved facade with extensive use of floor to ceiling glass allows for spectacular views of the Brisbane River, Kangaroo Point, The Botanical Gardens and the city. The single tower building comprises of one and two bedroom apartments over 40 levels, all of which offer guests all the conveniences of a self-contained apartment.

Brisbane's many attractions are within close walking distance to Oaks Felix. They include the Queen Street Mall with its great shopping, cinemas and the David Jones Department Store, Southbank parklands and QPAC - Queensland Performing Arts Centre, The Museum and Art Galleries, Treasury Casino, Eagle Street Pier, or try a river cruise, it's a great way to see Brisbane!

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

Our Rooms

3 Bedroom Apartment

Located on a high floor, this three bedroom apartment features three bathrooms and city and story bridge river views from two balconies. Self-contained with full kitchen and laundry facilities.

1 Bedroom Apartment

One Bedroom Apartment with private balcony, self-contained kitchen and laundry.

The room caters for a maximum of two adults, and a maximum of one child but cannot exceed two guests in total.

2 Bedroom Apartment

Two Bedroom Apartment with private balcony, self-contained kitchen and laundry.

The room caters for a maximum of five adults, and a maximum of four children but cannot exceed five guests in total.

2 Bedroom Story Bridge View Apartment

Two bedroom two bathroom self-contained apartment including full kitchen and laundry. Featuring stunning story bridge views from the balcony. The room caters for a maximum of five adults, and a maximum of four children but cannot exceed five guests in total.

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