Brisbane, Australia’s third largest city has to be fully experienced by tourists from different parts of the world. This city lies along the famous Brisbane River, embraces breath-taking historical and contemporary architecture and shares a rich culture. If you are up to visit a popular, modern yet not so crowded place like this city, start considering the best Brisbane budget hotels.
The best Brisbane budget hotels include Bridgewater Terraces in Kangaroo Point, the Sebel King George Square Brisbane Hotel near the financial district of Brisbane and the Brisbane Riverview Hotel in Hamilton. Check out accommodation tips and quick online reservations on the Trip Advisor website.
At affordable costs, the Brisbane budget hotels are designed to suit their visitors’ needs. For instance, at Bridgewater Terraces, friendly managers and staff certainly know what guests like you expect in a vacation: spacious open plan living, filtered light, balconies overlooking the waterways of Brisbane & Brisbane CBD. Rooms feature full kitchen and laundry facilities, broadband access and air-conditioning. .These facilities make your stay comfortable and carefree. They have been carefully incorporated into the array of Brisbane budget hotels in the city.
Another one that is good among Brisbane budget hotels is the Sebel King George Square Brisbane Hotel. Formerly known as the Carlton Crest, the refurbished hotel is conveniently situation in the CBD close to the South Bank, Eagle Street Pier, Roma Street Station, Brisbane Treasury Casino and Brisbane Convention Centre. This hotel makes guests feel at ease with their 24-hour concierge. If you don’t want to miss your exercise while you’re away from home, check out their fitness facilities. And if you are a busy career person, their in-room technology and high-speed Internet access would help you accomplish your tasks at the comfort of your room.
The Brisbane Riverview Hotel, just like the other Brisbane budget hotels offer excellent breakfast to its guests. It is also close the busy streets of the city, but the rooms are quiet enough for your morning yoga or meditation.
Planning your next family tour won’t be very hard if you would consider staying at Bridgewater Terraces, a 15 minute drive away from Brisbane International Airport. The self-contained apartments give guests a feel of ‘home away from home’ experience. When you and your companions are done feasting on the artistic and scientific displays at the Queensland Museum or taking pictures of the marvellous Kurilpa Bridge, your premiere rooms at Bridgewater Terraces await you for a comforting rest.