Capri By Fraser

Brisbane Cbd

Capri by Fraser is a hidden stylish urban hotel in one of Brisbane CBD's most convenient locations.

Featuring 239 hotel suites which range from Studio Deluxe, Studio Executive and One Bedroom Executive, there is a room to suit all types of travel.

Capri by Fraser

Capri by Fraser's unique cutting edge design has created an oasis in the heart of the city, with vertical gardens, art installations and an in-house restaurant that champions fresh and nutritious dining.

Capri by Fraser

Luxury amenities include an indoor pool, his and hers steam room and sauna and a fully equipped gym, with complimentary WiFi throughout.

Capri by Fraser

Nice to know - Capri by Fraser is a short stroll from the Queen St Mall, Eagle St Pier, City Botanic Gardens and Edward St high-end boutiques.

Capri by Fraser

Need to know - Now is the best time to treat yourself to a weekend away or even a new place to stay for work. Using the code “STAYSOON” you will receive up to 20% OFF Capri by Fraser's Best Flexible Rate.

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Capri by Fraser

80 Albert St

Brisbane

3013 0088

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80 Albert St Brisbane

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