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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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Overview



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:   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
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   October 21, 2017 7:54AM
 
Review:   Friendly staff. Clean and modern room. Plenty of its own car parkings which is the best in busy city for a traveller. Love the restaurant. And very good price. Will go back again.
 
Author:   Emma Hua
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   December 9, 2017 10:30PM
 
Review:   I've started a couple of times since the refurbishment - they've done a nice job. The rooms on the western side have a lovely view all the way to the mountains. The rooms I've stayed in have been very comfortable - King sized bed, two seater couch, and a small desk. TV has a few channels - free to air and three Foxtel. You can buy movies for $16. Bathrooms have been small but absolute fine - large shower. Coffee machine in the room as well with a few free pods. Nice touch.
 
Author:   Rohan Davies
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   December 9, 2017 5:03AM
 
Review:   Attended for a professional conference. Food and amenities were great, the buffet breakfast specifically is fantastic. Function rooms and facilities were excellent.
 
Author:   Keiran Jones
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   July 13, 2017 1:31AM
 
Review:   Great location and not too far away from all the action. The front staff are courteous and helpful. Bar staff however are a little hit and miss. Some are what you would expect from a great hotel while a few let the team down as they give the impression they really don’t want to be there. Clean rooms with small balcony’s and overall very comfortable. Check in & out was really easy unlike some other hotels in the area which seem to take forever…..This hotel….Great work on that. Yes I will be staying here again.
 
Author:   Sam Di Domenico
 
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