Econo Lodge City Star Brisbane

Kangaroo Point, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$119 to AU$380

Econo Lodge City Star Brisbane offers motel style accommodation. The location is just fantastic, situated at Kangaroo Point, 700 metres to the Gabba and two kilometres to Brisbane's central business district.

Guests have choice of executive room, standard, twin, family rooms and two bedroom suite. Business facilities are also available. They offer professional services and exceptional value for money.

They are ideal for corporate travellers, leisure holiday travellers and groups. Econo Lodge City Star's cheap accommodation in Brisbane helps you enjoy your next trip while saving hundreds of dollars in corporate funds.

They're situated opposite a large, pleasant inner city park offering picnic facilities and recreational grounds. Families and groups planning to spend their weekend will find Econo Lodge's cheap family accommodation in Brisbane a truly unforgettable experience.

As a training venue, they can help you with the task of organising your next training session, product launch and seminar for your corporate, social and school group needs. Contact them and let them take care of it for you!

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
650 Main Street
Kangaroo Point, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

Two Bedroom Suite

Two bedroom suite is ideal for families or mates travelling together. There is a huge lounge area and kitchenette with bedding configuration of one queen in one room and three single beds in the other. It has en-suite facilities, tea and coffee making, bar fridge, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, working desk, non-smoking rooms, 24 hour security locks and sound reduction windows. Other facilities include direct dial phones, wireless internet access (additional fees), LCD television with eight Foxtel channels, reverse-cycle air-conditioning, daily room service as well as a wake-up call service.

Executive Room

The Executive Rooms have one queen bed as well as en-suite facilities, tea and coffee making, bar fridge, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, working desk, non-smoking rooms, 24 hour security locks and sound reduction windows. Other facilities include direct dial phones, wireless broadband (additional fees), 81 centimetre LCD television with eight Foxtel channels, reverse-cycle air-conditioning, and daily room service as well as a wake-up call service.

Standard Room

The standard rooms have one queen or double bed, en-suite facilities, tea and coffee making facilities, bar fridge, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, working desk, non-smoking rooms, 24 hour security locks and sound reduction windows. Other facilities include direct dial phones, wireless internet access (additional fees), LCD television with eight Foxtel channels, reverse-cycle air-conditioning, daily room service as well as a wake-up call service.

The Twin Rooms have one double and one single beds as well as en-suite facilities, tea and coffee making, bar fridge, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, working desk, non-smoking rooms, 24 hour security locks and sound reduction windows. Other facilities include direct dial phones, wireless internet access (additional fees), LCD television with eight Foxtel channels, reverse-cycle air-conditioning, and daily room service as well as a wake-up call service.

Family Room

The Family Rooms have one double and two single beds as well as en-suite facilities, tea and coffee making facilities, bar fridge, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, working desk, non-smoking rooms, 24 hour security locks and sound reduction windows. Other facilities include direct dial phones, wireless internet access (additional fees), television with eight Foxtel channels, reverse-cycle air-conditioning, and daily room service as well as a wake-up call service.

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