Oakwood Hotel and Apartments Brisbane

Fortitude Valley, Brisbane Area

Indicative Rate * AU$109 to AU$850

Nestled between Brisbane’s Central Business District and Fortitude Valley, Oakwood Hotel and Apartments Brisbane is in a prime location for both business and leisure travellers to make the most of their time in this sunny and sophisticated city, be it a short or extended stay.

Just a stroll along the Brisbane River you will find a wide array of city restaurants, bars and elegant shopping, while Fortitude Valley provides a feast of Chinatown delights, cool boutiques and lively pubs and clubs. Amid the action, their guests can retreat to a tastefully-appointed haven comprised of 162 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments boasting spectacular city, Story Bridge and river views.

You’ll enjoy complimentary wi-fi and facilities including a full size tennis court, outdoor pool and spa (with a magical view), sauna and gymnasium. No.15 Restaurant and Bar is open daily for breakfast, dinner, bar snacks, in-room dining and beverages. Their four conference rooms and unique outdoor venue will suit any occasion from a small business lunch or meeting to a grand affair for up to 220 guests.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • 24 hour Reception
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

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.

Our Rooms

One Bedroom and One Bedroom Riverview

These rooms are 60 square metres in size.

One-bedroom apartments are perfect for couples or small groups of two to three travellers on both short and extended stays. Each apartment comes with a full kitchen equipped with crockery and cutlery, dishwasher, stove-top, microwave oven and fridge, plus washer and dryer laundry facilities.

The bedroom features an ensuite bathroom with shower or bathtub combination. A separate living or dining area has all the amenities listed above to ensure your every comfort and convenience, whether you’re winding down listening to music on your MP3 player, catching up on news on cable television or simply relaxing with a drink from the mini-bar while admiring the view. Enhance that view to take in the river and Story Bridge by opting for a one-bedroom apartment with Riverview.

Two Bedroom and Two Bedroom Riverview

These rooms are 80 square metres in size.

Their two-bedroom apartments are where living is made easy for corporate travellers, weekend leisure seekers or families relocating to Brisbane. These apartments impart a sense of spaciousness with their separate living and dining area, bedrooms that feature ensuite bathroom off the main bedroom, and a fully-equipped kitchen that allows flexibility around meals. (Loft apartments offer 1 bathroom only)

The amenities listed above complete the creature comforts you need to make this a real home away from home. Some apartments are loft-style with the main bedroom downstairs and second bedroom upstairs. All feature a private balcony offering immersive views of the cityscape, and by opting for a two-bedroom Riverview apartment, the city skyline becomes a captivating backdrop to the meandering Brisbane River.

Studio and Studio Riverview

These rooms are 28 square metres in size.

Designed for solo business or leisure travellers or couples seeking a weekend getaway, their studio apartments are tastefully appointed with the amenities you need for a comfortable stay. Bedding consists of Queen or twin beds, while the kitchenette provides tea and coffee making facilities and includes bar fridge, sink, microwave oven and mini-bar. Choose their Riverview option to enjoy stunning views of the Brisbane River and Story Bridge in addition to the magical cityscapes seen from their standard studio apartments.

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