Oaks Festival Towers

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This thoroughly modern 41 storey tower sits on the site of Brisbane’s iconic Festival Hall and features 1 and 2 br apartments with glassed in tiled balconies that make prime all weather spots for taking in the rooftops and skies of Brisbane.

Décor is in neutral tones of camel, chocolate and cream, with artworks on the walls to add warmth while amenities include a lap pool and spa that have a backdrop of the Italianate Treasury Hotel façade and a barbecue and residents lounge.

The entry to the Oaks is lined with a Wall of Fame – a photo montage of the artists from Ella Fitzgerald, The Beatles and the Bee Gees to Elton John, Culture Club and the Beach Boys, who played the Festival Hall in its hey day ass Brisbane’s premier entertainment centre. And whether by accident or as homage to its predecessor, the lift and reception area have the look and feel of backstage corridors of the Hall.

Those seeking a central city location will find these apartments fit the bill, with their close proximity to shopping, funky little Asian Elizabeth Arcade, the fine restaurants of Edward St and the City Botanic Gardens.

Nearby historical points of interest include St Stephen’s, General MacArthur’s Museum and the heritage boulevard that is George St.

Parking is available at $20 per night per vehicle.

Oaks Festival Towers  

108 Albert St

Brisbane

30278800

1800 664427

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108 Albert St Brisbane

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