4 Star Hotels in Brisbane
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- Brisbane Entertainment Centre
- The Gabba
- Gallery of Modern Art
- Queen Street Mall
- Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
- Sirromet Wines
- Suncorp Stadium
- Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
- Treasury Casino
- Portside Wharf
- Greenslopes Private Hospital
- South Bank Parklands
- Queensland Performing Arts Centre
- Princess Alexandra Hospital
- Westfield Chermside
- Southbank Parklands
- Brisbane City Hall
- University of Queensland
- Queensland University of Technology
- Southbank Institute of Technology
Four Star Brisbane hotels
Most popular areas in Brisbane for 4-star hotelsBrisbane – the buzzing, cosmopolitan and culturally-rich capital of Australia’s state of Queensland – is speckled with fancy 4-star accommodation. Stay in the central business district – the CBD – to be surrounded by towering, glinting skyscrapers, upscale restaurants, and bustling shopping malls. Brisbane’s South Bank, on the other side of the deep blue river, champions an alternative atmosphere of edgy cafés, cool bars, and art galleries. The New Farm neighbourhood however, east of the center, is an affluent, leafy area celebrating trendy dining and boutique shopping.
Top 4-star hotels in BrisbaneThe Mercure Brisbane King George Square is an elegant, centrally located hotel offering modern and spacious guestrooms, valet parking, and a flashy fitness center – great for burning off excess energy. Four Points by Sheraton Brisbane, meanwhile, boasts immaculate and sleek guestrooms – decked with silver and black decor – alongside a 24-hour business center and handy 24-hour front desk. The Rendezvous Hotel Brisbane on George is another top 4-star getaway, boasting a rooftop terrace, a shimmering outdoor pool, and a glitzy restaurant.
The most popular things to do in BrisbaneArt lovers can start their Brisbane day at the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. This enormous building, constructed with futuristic glass walls and a sheer shimmering silver overhanging roof, contains vast collections of Australian and Asian artworks. After, the adjacent Queensland Art Gallery makes for the perfect complement – this grand whitewashed building showcases seemingly endless displays of indigenous and European masterworks, including pieces by Picasso. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon amble through the waterfront City Botanic Gardens – a palm-stippled oasis of green lawns and tropical flowerbeds. Animal lovers, meanwhile, can cap off their day at the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, a miniature zoo of peaceful koala-filled eucalyptus trees – the zoo also hosts kangaroos, fluffy emus, and flocks of brightly colored rainbow lorikeets.
Where to find the best restaurants in BrisbaneBrisbane boasts a rich and eclectic cuisine scene, with international culinary delights cast across the entire city. The Eagle St Pier waterfront area is a precinct suited to fine dining foodies – here, you’ll discover upscale steakhouses and Italian restaurants. South Bank is another top restaurant spot, boasting Turkish, German, and modern Australian-fusion cuisine. Trendy types should check out the continental bistros and cafés of the New Farm neighborhood, while lovers of Asian food can dine in Chinatown’s restaurants, near Fortitude Valley.
Best ways to get around BrisbaneBrisbane boast an extensive and efficient public transport network of buses, ferries, and trains, interconnected by the Translink ticketing system – purchase a refundable Go Card to save on fares. This public transport network will get you almost anywhere you need to go in the city. The CBD is small and pedestrian-friendly enough to explore on foot alone, or by rental bike. There’s plenty of taxicabs in the city, too, providing fast and hassle-free transport. Outside the bustling CBD, car rentals are also a viable option.
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