Mantra Terrace Hotel

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$205 to AU$379

If you’re after accommodation in Brisbane just minutes from Fortitude Valley, the Parklands and the central business district, Mantra Terrace Hotel is the perfect choice for you. Located on Astor Terrace, it puts you right in the heart of Brisbane.

Perfect for the midweek business traveller or couples spending a weekend in the city, you have the choice of a Hotel Room, Hotel Deluxe or Studio Suite. These elegantly designed rooms feature everything you could desire to make your stay as comfortable as possible. Featuring WiFi, 40 inch LCD HD televisions, Foxtel, air-conditioning, and tea and coffee making facilities, your stay will be perfect.

The facilities at Mantra Terrace Hotel have been designed to make your stay completely seamless. Enjoy complimentary access to Fitness First, and dine on site with the stylish O Bar and Restaurant downstairs. A same day laundry service means your wardrobe will always be in shape and hair straighteners available on request will make your stay that little bit easier.

From your ideal location, exploring Brisbane is easy. Wander down to Fortitude Valley for boutique shopping, delectable dining and a colourful nightlife. Head into the city for meetings, then enjoy drinks afterwards at Eagle Street Pier.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Tour Desk

Our Rooms

Hotel Room

The Hotel Room offers a spacious bathroom with a queen bed, tea and coffee facilities, mini-bar, pay-per-view movies, and Foxtel TV.

Hotel Deluxe

Take in the fresh air from your own private balcony, make use of the mini bar, or enjoy some light entertainment on your 38 inch Plasma screen television with Foxtel TV and pay-per-view movies.

Studio Suite

Studio Suite offer a fully equipped kitchenette, separate lounge and dining area. The Studio Suite at Mantra Terrace Hotel features double vanity unit, bath and shower and is perfect for couples. Complete with microwave, refrigerator, sofa, 38 inch Plasma screen television, Foxtel, WiFi and iPod dock.

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Gregory Downs, Burke Area
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Free Entry
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Free Entry
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Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park

Lawn Hill, Burke Area
Free Entry
Boodjamulla is one of Queensland's most exceptional parks, boasting spectacular gorge scenery, diverse wildlife, exhilarating walking and canoeing, and fossils deposits dating back 25 million years. Here, Lawn Hill Gorge carves a serpentine ribbon of green through the dry savannah landscape, creating an oasis in the outback.

Mount Isa

Mount Isa, Mount Isa Area
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