Brisbane Accommodation

The iconic Brisbane River wraps around Queensland’s vibrant capital carving distinct inner-city neighbourhoods with their own unique traits and personalities. Whether you are looking for a new hotel in the CBD, a chic holiday house in Paddington or an apartment in the laid-back, West End, Brisbane serves up a variety of accommodation options whether you’re here for a good time or a long time.

Where to stay in Brisbane

Brisbane City accommodation 

Basing yourself in Brisbane City gives you a front row seat to the bustling inner-city action as well as easy access to neighbouring precincts. Shop and drop at a luxury hotel giant near Queen Street – Brisbane’s retail mecca or flop and drop at a quirky hotel or apartment near Brisbane’s Botanical Gardens.

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Greenlee Cottages

Sarabah, Scenic Rim Area
From AU$180 - 325
Greenlee Cottages are four contemporary cottages with rustic charm set in the Scenic Rim, with a backdrop of Greenlee Farm macadamia orchard. Soak up the great views of the Canungra Valley from the deck.

Esk Caravan Park and Brisbane Valley Rail Trail Motel

Esk, Somerset Area
From AU$30 - 235
Surrounded by beauty, Esk is an idyllic destination for short or long term stays in the area. Visitors can take time to explore many of the natural and man-made wonders their region has to offer including exploring the beautiful Brisbane Valley Rail Trail by Bike, on Horseback or on foot.

Mercure Brisbane King George Square

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
From AU$160 - 270
This beautifully appointed hotel, Mercure Brisbane King George Square, enjoys a proud history as Brisbane's first international hotel, superbly positioned adjacent to Brisbane's historic Town Hall and King George Square.

O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat

Canungra, Scenic Rim Area
From AU$149 - 699
Explore World Heritage-listed Lamington National Park from multi award winning O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat nestled in the iconic Gold Coast hinterland (Queensland, Australia). Proudly operated by passionate third generation O’Reilly family members whose ancestors pioneered eco tourism in Australia in 1926.

Next Hotel Brisbane

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
From AU$160 - 605
Located on Queen Street Mall in the heart of the Brisbane central business district, Next Hotel Brisbane is an upscale hotel for both the corporate and leisure markets. Just a short stroll away, you'll find the Brisbane Convention Centre, South Bank Parklands, the Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art and the Brisbane Botanical Gardens.

Swiss-Belhotel Brisbane

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area
From AU$160 - 299
Swiss-Belhotel Brisbane offers guests a sophisticated new urban hotel on the edge of South Bank parklands. The hotel has international standard facilities designed for both business and leisure travellers, enhanced by exceptional hospitality and features free WiFi, indoor swimming, gymnasium, conference space and Café 63 all day dining.

Stamford Plaza Brisbane

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
From AU$225 - 4000
Uniquely positioned on the banks of the Brisbane River and just a stone's throw to the Botanic Gardens, Stamford Plaza Brisbane is ideally located in the hub of the central business district and a short stroll to the city's theatres, restaurants, nightlife and shopping.

Mantra on Mary

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
From AU$199 - 459
If you’re looking for accommodation in Brisbane that’s walking distance to all the main attractions, Mantra on Mary is in the ideal position for you. In this thriving city, these contemporary and spacious apartments will be your escape.

Mantra Midtown

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
From AU$249 - 479
Mantra Midtown is the perfect choice in self-contained hotel accommodation with the Brisbane Central Business District. They aim to ensure your 100 per cent comfort and provide everything you’ll need from room service to wi-fi.

NRMA Lake Somerset Holiday Park

Hazeldean, Somerset Area
From AU$28 - 315
NRMA Lake Somerset Holiday Park is a short drive from the country towns of Kilcoy, Esk and Woodford and is situated in the heart of the Valley of the Lakes. Centrally located between Brisbane, Toowoomba and the Sunshine Coast.
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South Bank Brisbane accommodation

Get out of town (just) and head across the river to a more relaxed assortment of hotels and apartments overlooking the South Bank Parklands. South Bank lines the southern banks of the Brisbane River and is a cultural, educational and recreational precinct home to QPAC, QAGGOMA and the Queensland Museum. With hundreds of events on at South Bank year-round and a drool-worthy line up of restaurants and dining precincts, it’s the perfect place to drop your bags at your accommodation and get out to explore by foot.

Brisbane Airport accommodation

If you’re looking for affordable accommodation near the Brisbane Airport, there’s a range of options that will have you flying from the runway to your room in no time. You can snag a place to rest your head at one of the Brisbane Airport hotels near the terminals, or less than 15 minutes away is a larger range of accommodation in Hamilton and Hendra. Many places offer free shuttles to and from the airport so make sure you get in touch before leaving or landing in Brisbane.

Types of accommodation in Brisbane

Whether you prefer boutique accommodation, hotel brands you know and love or self-contained apartments, you’ll be guaranteed to find your perfect digs wherever you choose to stay in the river city.

Hotel accommodation

The Brisbane hotel scene is booming with new hotels popping up regularly all over the city but you will find most of the bigger hotel chains in the CBD. Awake to river views and hit the hay at one of the hotels lining the Brisbane River from North Quay to Eagle Street. You can also find a range of hotel accommodation in South Bank, Spring Hill, Kangaroo Point, Fortitude Valley and New Farm.

Family accommodation

If you’re bringing along your brood, you may want to to opt for self-contained apartment living for the extra space. If you’re looking for inner-city apartment accommodation, South Brisbane is a great option for families with the South Bank Parklands as your backyard. QAGGOMA or the Sciencentre at Queensland Museum are both in this precinct and offer cultural and educational activities for kids of all ages. 

Want something a little different? Make like Old MacDonald and head west for a farm stay experience just outside of the city. There are a range of farm stays in the Scenic Rim less than 90 minutes from Brisbane. Unplug and unwind as you breathe in the fresh country air and involve the kids in the daily farm activities.

Hostels

If you want to save your accommodation pennies for getting out and exploring Brisbane, drop your bags at one of Brisbane’s trendy hostels. You’ll find the most number of hostels in Brisbane City but there’s also a large range of hostels in South Brisbane or Fortitude Valley.