BRISBANE'S BEST HOTEL.
There are several hotels across australia which provides excellent stay. one of is the wonderful stamford plaza in brisbane. as i have spend lot of time in brisbane, i would recokon this hotel as the best one.
Perfectly located on the river and adjacent to the Botanic Gardens, the Stamford Plaza Brisbane is Brisbane's finest five star hotel. Style, elegance, charm and the tranquil setting truly indulge the senses. The hub of Brisbane's business district and the city's main shopping precinct are only minutes' walk away.The hotel offers 232 rooms and 20 suites, all of which have river views. The sights of the Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point Cliffs and the Botanic Gardens can also be viewed from the guest rooms. All rooms feature large marble bathrooms and are furnished in an executive style, with the Garden Suites offering the additional comfort of a spacious living area.For lovers of fine cuisine, Stamford Plaza Brisbane offers a variety of individual dining choices. Clients may choose from a range of options - The Brasserie on the River which offers indoor and alfresco dining; Siggi's Restaurant and Wine Bar, the award winning fine dining restaurant; Kabuki the Japanese Restaurant offering authentic Japanese cuisine, with Teppanyaki Bar and a la carte options; and The Pavilion Bar, which offers outdoor courtyard and a barbecue lunch.
Stamford Plaza Brisbane is large enough to cater for diverse needs but small enough to retain warmth and intimacy, which ensures guests' needs are always anticipated. 'Exceptional in every sense'.
Check-in Check-out .2:00pm 11:00am.
Reception Hours.Open 24 hours every day. i fell in love with Australia ever since i have visited. i visited another time just after 2 months. there is something which is inviting me there. It might have been the koalas, kangaroos or pictures of the Opera House. I am not quite sure, but I always had a healthy obsession with the land down under and a strong desire to travel there. The first time you see Sydney Harbour, it is as amazing and breathtaking as you would think. The views of the Opera House, the cool breeze and the people buzzing around snapping photos feel like an adrenal rush. There are ferries, boats and water taxis in Circular Quay. The sidewalks are full of street performers and people relaxing in the grass soaking up the sun and people watching. I was traveling with my sister and we did all the tourist sites: climbing the Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach, Saturday markets, touring the Opera House and walking the grounds at the Royal Botanic Gardens. We also did our fair share of feeding native animals such as wallabies and kangaroos!