West End Central Apartments

West End, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$135 to AU$340

Located in the heart of Brisbane's cultural hub, surrounded by vibrant restaurants and a multitude of entertainment options - welcome to West End Central Apartments.

With a choice of studio rooms providing tea and coffee making facilities, one and two bedroom self contained apartments all with private balconies with full kitchen and laundry facilities, West End Central Apartments make a great alternative for both business and leisure travel.

Amenities include free secure undercover parking, sauna, outdoor pool, barbecue area and sundeck, with major public transport stops close to the apartment, and Brisbane airport only 20 kilometres away. Apartments are serviced daily (some exceptions apply) and rates include 500 megabytes complimentary daily wi-fi data allowance.

West End Central offers a warm and friendly service combined with good facilities, convenience and spaciousness, only minutes from the Southbank parklands, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre and Brisbane's best theatres with a range of good dining options on the doorstep.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Gas
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
220 Melbourne Street
West End, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

2 Bedroom Junior Apartment

Two bedrooms with one bathroom. There is a Queen bed in the master room plus a Single in the second bedroom.

Facilities include a spacious lounge with balcony, full kitchen and laundry facilities, free parking for one vehicle guaranteed and 500 megabytes of complimentary wi-fi allowance per day.

Rates are for three people, using standard bedding configuration. Maximum occupancy is four people (additional charges apply).

1 Bedroom Apartment

One bedroom with one bathroom self contained apartment with a Queen bed.

Facilities include a balcony with outdoor setting, spacious lounge and dining area, eight Foxtel channels, fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities, free parking for one vehicle guaranteed and 500 megabytes of complimentary wi-fi allowance per day included.

Rates are for two people Maximum occupancy is three people (additional charges apply).

Executive Apartment

One bedroom with one bathroom fully self contained apartment with a Queen bed and a separate study area.

Facilities include spacious lounge and dining area, balcony with outdoor setting, full kitchen and laundry facilities, free parking for one vehicle guaranteed and 500 megabytes of complimentary wi-fi allowance per day included.

Rates are for two people. Maximum occupancy is three people (additional charges apply).

2 Bedroom Apartment

Two bedrooms with two bathrooms. You have the option of two Queen beds or one Queen and two Single beds.

Facilities include spacious lounge and balcony, full kitchen and laundry facilities, free parking for one vehicle guaranteed and 500 megabytes of wi-fi included per day.

Rates are for four people using standard bedding configuration. Maximum occupancy is six people (additional charges apply).

Studio Apartment

Compact open plan ‘Hotel Style’ room with a Queen bed.

Facilities include a balcony with outdoor table and chairs, tea and coffee making facilities plus microwave and bar fridge, free parking for one vehicle guaranteed and 500 megabytes of complimentary wi-fi allowance per day included.

Rates are for two people (maximum occupancy).

Spa rooms available (subject to availability).

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