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Nabbed some tickets to that event at Suncorp Stadium? Check. Now, to figure out where you'll rest up after that big gig.
You could make that long trek home, make your way into the city (to continue the night's shenanigans) OR you could continue your night of luxury and check into one of the swish hotels within walking distance of the venue.
Yeah, you know what you'd prefer. So without further ado, here are the best hotels money can buy located minutes away from Suncorp.
Address: 33 Caxton Street Petrie Terrace Brisbane
Star rating: 5-stars
Embodying the kind of luxury only a 5 star hotel can deliver, the Gambaro drips of elegance and style. Dressed in modern browns and golds, this boutique affair is only 200 metres from Suncorp Stadium but feels as though it's miles away from the buzz. Spoil yourself in one of its Signature Suites. You won't be disappointed.
Address: 159 Roma Street, Brisbane
Star rating: 4.5-stars
Located happily between the city CBD (10 minute walk) and Suncorp Stadium (15 minute walk) is the quiet and family-friendly Hotel Jen. But if wandering the city during the day doesn't suit, there's plenty to keep you entertained within at its Asian-inspired restaurant, lively night bar or fully equipped fitness centre.
Address: 60 Park Road, Milton
Star rating: 4.5-stars
Its namesake might not scream hotel, but you'd be loathe to believe this 4.5 star apartment is anything but. With stunning riverfront views and Suncorp Stadium mere metres away, there's no denying how ideal Cosmo is for your stadium and holiday needs. Add free guest Wi-Fi, access to its gym and sauna and secure undercover parking for $5 per day and your trip has pretty much sorted itself out.
Address: 293 North Quay, Brisbane
Star rating: 3.5-stars
After a long night out, a relaxing stay in the Park Regis North Quay is just what the doctor ordered – as are stunning views of Brisbane atop its 24-storey building. Mod-cons come as a standard, as does the complimentary Wi-Fi and a hair and beauty salon, to make sure you're right and ready for whatever event you're seeking to attend in the evening.
Address: 20 Montague Road, South Bank
Star rating: 4-stars
Venture across the river into the precinct of Southbank and attune yourself to the cultural and recreational side of Brisbane. While it might be on the other side of Brisbane, it's still just a brisk walk to Suncorp Stadium – or a short taxi ride if that be your game. Perfect for the younger crowd, it boasts fully self contained rooms, a late night restaurant and pool for those warmer days.
How did we pick these hotels?Our editorial team selected the Brisbane hotels on this list based on price, location and real customer feedback from hotel booking sites and review platforms. Where applicable, we used our own personal experiences to make recommendations.
Where are these hotels?
Click on the map below to get a better idea of where each of the above properties are in relation to Suncorp Stadium and the Brisbane CBD. Although most are within walking distance of both locations, you may also wish to opt to travel by train. The closest stations to Suncorp Stadium are Milton and Roma, which sit to the west and east of Suncorp respectively and are both one to two stops from Brisbane Central station.
Not quite what you're looking for?
Our taste is not everyone's taste, to be fair. So if these hotels are booked out or aren't quite what you're looking for location / budget / amenities wise, then there are still plenty of hotels / aparthotels and everything in between and beyond available to accommodate your needs.
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