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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:   August 20, 2018 2:57AM
Review:   The service here seems very good. The staff seem accustomed to hosting international guests. They are friendly and polite. I had a look at some rooms on behalf of some friends that might visit and thought it to be quite good for a family. There isn't 24 hour security staff though. Not sure what extent this is. I have had coffee here and met some interesting friendly lady travellers on one occasion in the cafe. It is better to have friendly polite staff than a higher category of hotel where the staff are complacent. I have stayed in five star hotels and you can't buy good manners. Perhaps the hotels in Spring Hill, Brisbane's city fringe suburb are lower in cost than in the city. But it's not that far away. A ten to fifteen minute walk. This hotel may not be as fancy in appearance, but it has a swimming pool and all the ammenties you would expect from a four star property. I often see Chinese and Japanese tourists leaving early in the morning, which is a good sign, they are probably nice to other nationalities as well.
Author:   Michelle Josselyn
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   July 15, 2018 9:44AM
Review:   Great staff and nice modern motel. Motel lobby and rooms were Very clean. Cafe does great coffee with a very relaxing atmosphere. Restaurant does nice food but a little expensive. Beds were a bit soft for my liking. Motel is central to everywhere and a short walk to St Andrews and other hospitals. Chose a easterly facing room to avoid noise from traffic when balcony door is open.
Author:   Carl McAdam
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Review date:   August 16, 2018 9:32PM
Review:   Modern and clean rooms with a small but nice bathroom. Power point near bed is hard to access. Great view from gym and pool. Free WiFi.
Author:   Renton Brax
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Review date:   July 19, 2018 9:55AM
Review:   The staff was really nice and patient and helped us so many times! They were so Friendly, we have to recommend the hotel! Breakfast was good. Only one star ninus because they told us everyday, the pool would open the following day
Author:   Elli Ve
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Review date:   July 14, 2018 3:50AM
Review:   Excellent hotel. The next time we have to stay overnight in Brisbane it will be here. We had a delux double and althought not large had twin double beds which felt very clean and comfortable. Bathroom was modern and clean. The rate was very reasonable in comparison to other similar hotels. All staff were very helpful, professional and very friendly. The wife and I liked the place.
Author:   Woz McWoz
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