The Capitol Apartments

South Brisbane

The Capitol Apartments in South Brisbane are one of Brisbane’s best kept accommodation secrets, with sleek, contemporary serviced apartments for the price of a standard hotel room and in a location that’s hard to beat.

On the doorstep of GOMA, The Cultural Precinct, South Bank, Queensland Theatre, the eclectic bars, cafes, markets and shops of West End and a 10 minute stroll to the CBD, The Capitol Apartments are a great choice for visitors who want to be close to the action with space to relax and spread out, secure undercover parking and the option of self-catering.

The Capitol Apartments South Brisbane

Despite being tucked in next to the South Brisbane railway bridge and fronting busy Peel St, the apartments (and studios) are well-insulated and whisper quiet. There’s a glassed-in balcony with sliding screened windows for those who want to let the elements in and apartments on the higher floors have great city and local vistas.

The Capitol Apartments South Brisbane

Underneath is secure parking for those with cars but with this location there’s no need for a car.

The Capitol Apartments South Brisbane

All accommodation has a well-equipped mini kitchen, including coffee pod machine and dishwasher and the apartments have a cosy lounge area and on-trend bathrooms.

The Capitol Apartments South Brisbane

Onsite facilities include room sevice, free wi-fi, a day spa, small lap pool and gym on the 2nd level, with the latter offering a small range of cardio equipment.

Meanwhile downstairs on street level, 35 Bar and Bistro is a great dining option that is open for breakfast 6 days a week and lunch and dinner from Tuesday to Saturday. 


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The Capitol Apartments

35 Peel St

South Brisbane

Studio, 1br, 2br apts

3844 5800


35 Peel St South Brisbane

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