Fox Hotel

South Brisbane

South Brisbane's The Fox Hotel is a splendid 1920’s style pub (whose beginnings date back to its original incarnation as the Terminus in the 1880’s) that is almost a stand-alone attraction, with the jewel in the crown a rooftop bar with sweeping city vistas.

The Fox Hotel South Brisbane

The ground floor bar retains much of its art deco charm and features marble bars, terrazzo floor and lead crystal chandeliers. Patrons can pull up a stool here, outdoors on the street furniture or in the hidden gem of a New York style courtyard to enjoy a cold beer and some good pub food.

Bar against red brick wall

Up the grand opulent staircacse can be found all sorts of original and restired nooks and crannies – ex guest rooms  which are now elegant themed function rooms with chaise longues, a working art studio and a hat and coat stand that looks to have been there since 1920.

Main bar inside The Fox Hotel in South Brisbane

On the top floor is the quirky retro tennis club style Dandys Rooftop bar, which warrants a visit even if only for a quick drink and a look at the view. And lastly, annexed to the rear of the Fox Hotel on Fish Lane is Fish Lane Bistro for a more upmarket dining experience.

Fox Hotel 

71-73 Melbourne St

South Brisbane

Sth Brisbane Station

Daily 11am-2am

38442883

Map

73 Melbourne St South Brisbane

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