The New Inchcolm Hotel and Suites

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$249 to AU$799

The New Inchcolm Hotel and Suites is a true boutique hotel of impeccable style and clandestine character. The intriguing and rich heritage takes guests on a path of discovery, while modern elegance offers a new level of comfort and thoughtful luxury.

Elegantly crafted rooms and lofts, a casual yet sophisticated restaurant and glamorous bar, stately meeting and function rooms, a perfect location - The New Inchcolm has it all. But it's their seamless service and touch of cheeky charm that makes the hotel more than just a place to stay or visit.

The New Inchcolm Hotel and Suites is a destination to experience.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi
  • Broadband
  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Open fireplace
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Restaurant - Licensed

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
73 Wickham Terrace
Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

1 Bedroom Suite

The one-bedroom suites are impeccably styled. Located in the heritage section of the hotel, they capture the adventurous mood of the period in which the hotel was built and designed, the glamorous 1920s, the heyday of interior design.

They have been individually crafted with luxurious spirit and classical modern elegance. Fine craftsmanship and eclectic touches abound. Custom mirrors, bespoke carpet patterns, layered textures, quality furnishings and signature pieces are just the beginning.

Bigger is definitely better; yet the one-bedroom suites still radiate warmth and comfort. They are spacious with their separate lounge and the perfect place to entertain or be entertained.

2 Bedroom Suite

The two bedroom suites perfectly balance privacy and space. They offer a home away from home that's filled with clandestine character and charm, and the opportunity to unwind and enjoy the luxuries of the historic hotel.

Their sophisticated styling includes geometric and angular shapes, as well as chrome, glass, textured fabrics and mirror features. They have been designed to elevate your heart and deliver experiences so delightful and surprising that your hotel stay will become the most memorable part of your visit to Brisbane.

Their attention to detail ensures nothing has been overlooked. Both bedrooms offer their own flat-screen LED television, as does the separate lounge area. Every convenience beckons.

Hotel Room

Enjoy the absolute comfort and convenience that their hotel rooms deliver. Suited to the individual traveller or an overnight stay, with their blended textures and finishes, they are the perfect place to retreat from Brisbane's busy city streets.

Inchcolm Loft

The Inchcolm split-level loft offers a distinctive experience for guests who are accustomed to the finest things in life. Located on the top floor of the hotel, it is the first of its kind in Brisbane.

With floor-to-ceiling city views, it's a picturesque escape beyond compare. Delicately designed with elegant lines and contemporary finishes, the ample floor plan provides plenty of room to stretch out and make yourself at home.

There are two levels, each with their own 55-inch LED television. The leather lounge and occasional chair, and motorised drapes, add to the luxurious yet comfortable feeling.

There is no doubt, the Inchcolm loft is the perfect destination for business, leisure or pleasure.

Superior Suite

The superior suites are known for their timelessness. Their rich colours and warm textures welcome you inside. Their quality furnishings and signature pieces give you something unique to discover and enjoy.

You'll find there's room to work and room to relax. The in-room Nespresso Coffee Machine means you never need to venture far for a quality coffee, made your way. The Maxibar service tempts you to treat yourself with alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, confectionary, and a whole range of other speciality products, at your fingertips. Should you be looking for something more satisfying, their 24-hour room service can please both the heartiest appetite and the most delicate palate.

Deluxe Suite

With their floor-to-ceiling city views, the deluxe suites have been designed to let the warm Queensland sun shine in, enhancing the elegant tones and styling. Step inside and you'll find a mix of contemporary elements at work and a new kind of elegance.

Spacious by design with high ceilings and custom-designed furniture, including an indulgent chaise lounge, our deluxe suites offer sublime relaxation. Most deluxe suites feature a King bed.

Pamper your cares away with the finest Appelles Black Label amenities; an advanced range utilising only the finest natural extracts and premium certified organic essential oils. Indulge in some much deserved 'you' time.

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