Novotel Brisbane Airport

Brisbane Airport, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$209 to AU$629

Novotel Brisbane Airport is ideally positioned as the only accommodation available within the Brisbane Airport precinct; the property is conveniently located in between the Gateway Arterial roads and adjacent to the DFO Shopping Centre.

Featuring 157 modern rooms and suites, state of the art conference facilities, restaurant and bar, 24 hour reception and room service, and a large rooftop heated swimming pool. All rooms are stylish and tastefully decorated, offer air-conditioning, work desk, mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities and LCD television.

Catalina Restaurant and Bar serves contemporary Australian cuisine and features a stylish bar with separate lounge area.

For your relaxation the hotel offers a massage service, gymnasium overlooking the action of the airport, sauna and magnificent roof top relaxation terrace with glass-sided lap pool.

Explore the nearby attractions like the excitement of Eagle Farm and Doomben Race Courses, the city's grandest extravaganzas at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre and the exclusive dining and shopping precinct at Portside Wharf and Cruise Terminal.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi
  • Broadband

Facilities

  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Gymnasium
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

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.
6-8 The Circuit
Brisbane Airport, Brisbane Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Premier Room

Relax and indulge yourself in the well appointed Premier Room featuring a personal Nespresso coffee machine, 40 inch LCD televisions, iPod docking station and complimentary internet access.

Novotel Brisbane Airport's Premier Rooms feature additional bathroom amenities for your added enjoyment, including bathrobes, complimentary newspaper delivered to the room and complimentary bottled water on arrival.

Premier rooms also offer additional space and are ideal for two adults with a bedding configuration of one King bed. Children can be accommodated on a sofa bed or rollaway bed.

Executive Suite

Spacious and well-appointed, the Executive Suites offer separate bedroom and living areas, with large flat screen televisions in each room. Relax in comfort with fluffy bath robes and a king sized bed.

Executive Suites feature a personal Nespresso coffee machine, bathrobes, complimentary newspaper delivered to the room, iPod docking station, internet access, bottled water on arrival and additional bathroom amenities for your added enjoyment.

These rooms are perfect for a busy Executive or a family requiring more space. They have a King bed in the bedroom and double sofa bed located in living area. The room accommodates up to two adults and two children.

Standard King Room

Novotel Brisbane Airport's Standard Rooms feature an abundance of natural light, relaxation space and functional work spaces, large walk in shower, 32 inch LCD television, hi-speed internet, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and a fully stocked mini bar.

Generously sized, these rooms are ideal for two adults.

Standard Twin Room

Novotel Brisbane Airport's Standard Rooms feature an abundance of natural light, relaxation space and functional work spaces, large walk in shower, 32 inch LCD television, hi-speed internet, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities and a fully stocked mini bar.

Generously sized, these rooms are ideal for two adults but can also accommodate a family of four in a twin bed configuration.

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