Emporium Hotel

South Bank

Emporium Hotel South Bank is an exquisite boutique hotel that is the absolute jewel in the crown of Brisbane hotels.

Taking accommodation to another level, with cutting edge design that is both quintessentially Queensland and high-end understated luxury, Emporium Hotel South Bank also occupies an unbeatable location.

Emporium Hotel South Bank

The stunning rooms are amongst the most spacious you’ll find anywhere, starting with the Vista Suites (twin or king bed) with views over West End, Highgate Hill, Mt Coot-tha and the hinterland and River Suites (same except with ceiling to floor river and city views).

Emporium Hotel South Bank

The ultimate indulgences are the Exquisite Suites, the Emporium Suites (both 70sqm with 2.5m high ceilings and free-standing baths) and the 21st floor Pool Cabana Suites, all of which boast panoramic views across Brisbane and out to Moreton Bay, handmade bronze bar with seating for 3, free-standing bath and a complimentary Maserati Levante chauffeur service around the inner city.

Emporium Hotel South Bank

All suites feature spacious ensuites with privacy switch glass and glass enclosed marble rain showers, as well as BOSE sound Soundbar, 55inch LG mirror TV, Euro Cave wine fridges, espresso machines, luxe bathrobes and curtains which open and close at the touch of a button. Featuring an out of the ordinary In Room Dining Menu with options like Brioche waffles, Truffled Eggs Benedict and Queensland fruit platters for breakfast, White Onion risotto, poached salmon with pickled apple and charcuterie boards for lunch or dinner, desserts like Sunshine Coast pineapple cheesecake and Scenic Rim lavender brulee, Emporium Hotel is one of those places where you won’t want to leave the room.

Emporium Hotel South Bank

Except there’s a jaw-dropping infinity pool on the 21st floor to take your breath away, Brisbane’s best rooftop bar perched atop the hotel – an opulent vision featuring marble, onyx and greenery with retractable roof (where the hotels’ buffet breakfast is served), a charming French patisserie - Belle Epoque - on street level, a stylish piano bar and signature restaurant. There’s also a gymnasium, sauna and steam room.

Featuring an out of the ordinary In Room Dining Menu with options like Brioche waffles, Truffled Eggs Benedict and Queensland fruit platters for breakfast, White Onion risotto, poached salmon with pickled apple and charcuterie boards for lunch or dinner,

Emporium Hotel South Bank is ideally located on the edge of Brisbane’s sub-tropical playground, South Bank, a 10-minute stroll to the arts and cultural precinct of QPAC, GOMA, QAG, Queensland Museum and State Library of Queensland and 15 mins walk to the CBD.

Emporium Hotel South Bank

Nice to know – Even if you’re not a guest of the hotel, you can enjoy a buffet breakfast on the rooftop for $36pp on weekends, and on weekdays, a delectable la carte menu is also available. The hotel also has its own beehives on the roof.

Emporium Hotel South Bank

Need to know – Valet parking is available for $45 for 24 hours. All guests can enjoy free wi-fi. There is also an all-abilities Accessible Suite for guests with special needs.

Emporium Hotel South Bank

267 Grey St

South Brisbane

1800 346 835

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267 Grey St South Brisbane

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