Royal On The Park Hotel and Suites

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$175 to AU$350

Located centrally in Brisbane's Central Business District and close to the City Botanic Gardens and Brisbane River, Royal on the Park Hotel and Suites is only a short walk to the Queen Street Mall, with easy access to Brisbane’s premier entertainment and sporting venues, such as The Gabba, Suncorp Stadium, QPAC and Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre at Southbank.

The Royal on the Park Hotel and Suites is an elegant yet traditional 4.5 star hotel that offers a range of premium accommodation, luxury suites with city and or park views, conference facilities, restaurant dining a large outdoor pool and spa, onsite parking available.

Guests, can start their day with a delicious buffet breakfast in the Walnut Restaurant, featuring a two way fireplace and throughout the day or night, the Walnut Lounge Bar and library is the spot to catch up with friends over lunch or dinner.

All rooms at Royal on the Park Hotel and Suites feature complimentary Unlimited high-speed wi-fi and modern amenities including a minibar, hairdryer, iron, ironing board, high definition LCD television, expresso coffee machine, ergonomic work space and a digital safe.

152 Alice Street
Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Positioned on every floor of the hotel, each newly refurbished Deluxe Room, with spacious surroundings and views of either the picturesque Botanic Gardens or Brisbane city, offers all features you need to make your stay a comfortable one.

The 145 Deluxe Rooms feature a king or two queen size beds and a dedicated well-lit area for business. These spacious rooms are ideal for the individual traveler, couple or families with up to two children. As part of a multi-million dollar Hotel refurbishment in 2011, Deluxe King and Deluxe Twin rooms boast luxurious new carpets, paint, curtains, flat screen televisions, guest desks, chaise lounges and furniture.

For a more romantic feel or to simply spoil the family, the stylish Spa Suites are an ideal choice! Finished with European styled furnishings and matching accessories the suite consists of a king size bed, day bed and sofa bed located in the lounge.

To complement the luxury of the room, the corner spa is where you can unwind, pull back the wooden shutters and enjoy the large LCD television in the lounge room. Take in the views of both the Botanic gardens and Brisbane city skyline.

Extra features include: large LCD televisions, wood furnished dining seating for four, fluffy robes for two, separate bathroom with shower.

These exquisite Executive Suites feature European styled furnishings matched with individual accessories, a lavish king size bed and extra bedding configurations with locally designed artwork pieces throughout.

The separate lounge area and spacious bedroom ensure guests stay in complete comfort and privacy. Located on the top floors of the hotel, the three Suites stand as the most prominently positioned rooms, overlooking the botanic gardens and Brisbane River.

Extra features include: large LCD flat screen televisions, wood furnished dining seating six, suit press, powder room, double basin in bathroom and fluffy robes for two.

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