Mantra Richmont Hotel

Spring Hill, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$125 to AU$284

For a hotel ideally located to explore the best of Brisbane, you can’t go past Mantra Richmont Hotel in the historical suburb of Spring Hill. Just two kilometres from the heart of the central business district, you are just a short walk or five minute drive from world-class shopping, riverside restaurants, trendy nightlife spots and cultural entertainment.

Whether you happen to be in the city for business or leisure, at Mantra Richmont Hotel you will find an effortlessly suited accommodation option. For the solo traveller or a couple on a city weekend escape, a Hotel Room is the ideal choice. If you are travelling in a group of up to four, a Richmont Room with two queen beds will accommodate you perfectly.

The Kennigo Social House will only be open for breakfast from 8.00am until 11am from 23 December 2017 through to 23 January 2018. They will be serving a limited menu of hot breakfasts and snacks. The kitchen will also prepare pre made meals wraps etc. which can be heated in the Kennigo Espresso if guests require a light lunch or dinner.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • 24 hour Reception
  • Car park
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Tour Desk
22-28 Kennigo Street
Spring Hill, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Hotel Room

The Hotel Room features a Queen Bed with air-conditioning, a bar fridge, tea and coffee making facilities and WiFi (fees apply). Also includes Foxtel TV, and urban, city or internal courtyard views.

Hotel Superior Room

In the Hotel Superior Room you'll find either private terrace or balcony, Vittoria coffee machines, queen bed, air-conditioning, bar fridge, tea and coffee making facilities and WiFi (fees apply). Also includesFoxtel on your LCD TV.

Rooftop Terrace Room

Ideal for two people the Rooftop Terrace Room features a queen bed, rooftop terrace, air-conditioning, bar fridge, tea and coffee making facilities and WiFi (fees apply). Boasts city views and an LCD TV with Foxtel.

Richmont Room

The Richmont Room offers two Queen Beds, air-conditioning, tea and coffee making facilities, a bar fridge, WiFi (fees apply) and Foxtel on an LCD TV.

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