Econolodge City Palms Brisbane

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$89 to AU$250

Econolodge City Palms provides newly renovated practical and comfortable Brisbane accommodation for the discerning traveller. It is located in Fortitude Valley, and is ideal if you’re looking to stay in one of the most vibrant areas of Brisbane, close to public transport and central to everywhere including Brisbane City, the Royal Brisbane Hospital, Royal Women’s Hospital and the Showgrounds.

The motel offers a selection of standard and superior room types, including pet-friendly​ rooms in addition to Lofts and One Bedroom Apartments. All their newly renovated rooms include linen and towels, tea and coffee, a microwave and free wi-fi.

City Palms Motel is open seven days a week and offers a garden oasis with outdoor hot tub, in the heart of Fortitude Valley, modern electronic security and secure onsite car parking.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
55 Brunswick Street
Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

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