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Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane

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Standard Rooms

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Standard Rooms - Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane. Copyright Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane.

Dramatic and fresh, the Standard rooms feature either one Queen bed or two Double beds, business desk, bathroom with shower or bath/shower and most rooms offer a balcony with breathtaking views of the Roma Street Parklands or Brisbane city.

All Standard rooms provide tea/coffee making facilities, mini bar, refrigerator, hairdryer, iron & ironing board, broadband internet access and direct dial phones.

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The 4.5 star Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane is situated on the highest point in Brisbane's central business district. Opposite the picturesque Roma Street Parklands, all rooms offer breathtaking views of the city, mountains or Brisbane's River.

A short walk will lead you into the heart of the city, Queen Street Mall, South Bank, Queensland Performing Art Centre and Museum or downtown to the Treasury Casino and the Riverside Boardwalk. The hotel is only a 15 minute walk to Suncorp Stadium, which makes it a great place to stay while visiting for sporting events.

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Review date:   January 2, 2018 1:55AM
Review:   There are certain things could happen at a hotel that are critical stages in customer service. For me, recovery of an item left behind in a hotel room is one of those. Unfortunately I left my $200 dollar electric toothbrush in the bathroom. When leaving I forgot to check every surface for anything I may have left behind. On realising I didn't have my toothbrush I contacted the hotel by phone and then went out of my way to go in person. I was confident that the cleaners, in a 4-star hotel, would have a reliable lost and found system. To my dismay, the Hotel Grand Chancellor staff knew nothing of my rather expensive toothbrush... Did they simply throw it away? Is this standard practice for their hotel? When people check out, do they not care anymore and throw it away or appropriate items for themselves? Despite the room being nicely furnished, it was the grossly lacking support after staying there that I found horrendously disappointing. I give One star as 0 isn't possible -as stated, I consider a reliable lost and found system to be critical as it is inevitable that we, people in general, will leave something behind at some stage and would prefer it not go astray.
Author:   Kim Brisbane
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Review date:   January 10, 2018 10:20AM
Review:   From the outside the building suggests that the hotel within is going to be a bit shabby. However, stepping into the hotel is a whole different - and unexpected experience! Four of us from work stayed at the hotel at the same time. For three of us it was our first visit. We all couldn't believe how big the bedrooms were - and all of our rooms appeared to have been renovated recently. If you're planning on getting dirty with a rugby team, the bathrooms appear to be of a size that will cope admirably! 😄 The restaurants was functional, offered tasty food, which was served by pleasant and professional wait staff. An enjoyable stay!
Author:   Scott Read
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Review date:   December 9, 2017 9:32AM
Review:   We paid $130 for one nights accommodation and were shocked to see $20 per night parking. This adding nearly 15% of the total cost was a surprise, seeing as all other hotels I've stayed at in Brisbane have been free parking for guests. However after making a complaint this fee was waived. Customers should be made aware of exuberant parking fees upon booking. The room and bathroom was nice and clean, the pool and gym had a good view on the roof. The breakfast buffet was good as breakfast buffets go. We didn't try the restaurant or room service as they were too expensive. The staff were nice pointing the direction of 711 and resetting our room card that got wiped due to proximity to my phone.
Author:   Ryan Anthony
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Review date:   January 7, 2018 11:31AM
Review:   Great hotel, very clean and friendly staff. Be warned that the hotel is on top of the hill and you will get some excercise if you choose to walk to downtown Brisbane. As this was the third stop on our Aussie tour, walking was welcomed. Would stay at this hotel again.
Author:   Joshua Spencer
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Review date:   February 17, 2018 7:28AM
Review:   Had a great weekend away. Staff was very helpful and approachable. Room was good.
Author:   Karin Radburnd
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