Sofitel Brisbane Central Hotel
Experience French sophistication in the heart of Brisbane when you stay at Sofitel Brisbane Central Hotel. Brisbane is one of Australia’s most exciting cities and the go-to accommodation for Accor’s 5- star elegance. With a luxury spa on site and just a short walk to the city attractions, you’ll enjoy the warm welcome and convenience of a leisure or business stay.
About the Resort
Sofitel Brisbane Central boasts a premium location to access the city centre, renowned Eagle Street Pier, South Bank Parklands and the Convention Centre. Discovering this vibrant city and suburbs has never been so convenient when you can jump on a train in any direction from Central Station directly below the hotel. The hotel tower attractions include 433 elegant guest rooms and suites, a fitness centre, a heated pool and spa and a large meeting facility.
The Sofitel features elegant décor throughout the hotel and emanates a sophisticated ambience whether relaxing in your room or suite or dining and socialising in its 4 award-winning restaurants and bars. Immerse yourself in the contemporary artistry of every detail from the design colour palette to the finest French amenities. Enjoy excellent service and attentiveness where nothing is too much trouble and the guest always comes first. When you’re finished exploring the urban delights of Brisbane, retreat from the bustle of the city to the comfort of the outdoor pool deck or give your body a well-deserved pampering at Stephanies Luxury Spa.
Why go to Sofitel Brisbane?
With its French inspired sophistication, Sofitel Brisbane Central Hotel is the ideal location from which to explore Brisbane in luxury. Dive into the hotel’s magnificent facilities and luxury amenities before you immerse yourself in extraordinary river city getaway.
If this sounds like your perfect holiday to Queensland, give us a call now on 1300 000 753!
Why we love it
- Award-winning restaurants
- Luxurious Spa
- Outdoor pool
- French-inspired design
Please Note: Some resort facilities may incur additional charges.
Outdoor heated pool
Onsite luxury Day Spa
Centrally located above Central Station
4 Restaurants & bars
Online check-in + 24 hour reception
Laundry and dry cleaning services
Babysitting on request
With a hinterland mountain range view and 32sq. metre living area, this room is perfect for guests wanting to rest up between action-packed city adventures. Featuring the ultra-comfy Sofitel MyBed, a functional work space, LCD TV plus a fully stocked mini-bar, espresso coffee machine and sumptuous bathrobe not to mention Lanvin bath amenities, complimentary Wi-Fi and 24 hour room service, you’ll be enjoying this luxury hotel for up to 3 guests with a roll-away bed or cot available on request.
A view of Brisbane’s Anzac Square will enhance your city stay as will the luxury extras like an espresso coffee machine and sumptuous bathrobe. This 32sq. metre room has everything you need from a 5 star hotel including all the benefits of a Superior Room, including nightly turndown service and the perfect climate control for every season.
Sofitel Brisbane Central Hotel is situated in the heart of Brisbane city directly above Central Station. A short stroll to the CBD, Queen Street Mall, bridge to South Bank Parklands and the social precinct of Eagle Street Pier. It’s also an easy distance from Brisbane Airport, Fortitude Valley nightclub district and the beautiful Botanical Gardens.
Things To Do
From Sofitel Brisbane Central Hotel, you’ll be within easy reach of world-class shopping, and if you love to eat, you won’t be disappointed with nearby dining. Brisbane is a city abundant with vibrant restaurants, casinos, café’s bars, clubs, pubs, stadium sporting events, river events, arts and culture shows and attractions. Expand your horizons on the foreshore of South Bank Parklands or the colourful Kangaroo Point cliffs. Find a sanctuary within the city itself amongst lush tropical gardens and river-side beaches, or visit the nearby mountains for an eco tour.
Jump on a River Cat to explore the city or the calm waters and history of Moreton Bay. Alternatively, hire a bicycle or kayak to get up close to the river or saddle up for a horse ride through the Brisbane Valley country-side. Some of the more quirky Brisbane attractions include the Bee Gee’s tribute at Redcliffe, space films at the Cosmic Skydome at Brisbane Planetarium or underground concert and theatre at the cavernous heritage-listed water reservoirs, complete with wine bars in Spring Hill. Eat Street on the river’s north shore is a relaxed mega hub for foodie lovers while speakeasy clubs dot the downtown region and are accessed with the correct weekly passcodes via wine fridges, London phone boxes and butcher shops. The variety of entertainment and activity is endless in Brisbane.
Amazing hotel to stay. Centrally located, but above it all was the service. Can’t say enough about the amazing treatment we received there. We arrived early and there was no problem with checking in. The front desk officer also gave a Christmas gift to my son.Alicja