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Sofitel Brisbane Central

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • prompt, pleasant service
  • excellent on-site facilities
  • superb buffet breakfast

    Cons

  • pricey meals and minibar
  • charge for Wi-Fi and parking
  • compact bathrooms

Sofitel Brisbane Central Review

Despite its position above the city's main rail station, this decadent, French-flavored hotel is a quiet and classy choice when it comes to city-center accomodation. Fully refurbished in 2013, Sofitel feels worlds away from the rush below with with its sophisticated, Parisian atmosphere that begins in the soaring lobby. The spacious rooms and suites impress with marble bathrooms, chaise lounges, and what are advertised as "the world's most comfortable beds" (not too far from the truth) with a personalized pillow menu to match. A lavish pool and Jacuzzi area overlooks the lights of the city, and Sofitel's three on-site restaurants are regular award winners. Spacious Junior, Executive, and a two-story Opera Suite occupy the hotel's higher floors, the latter frequently attracting VIP and celebrity guests.

    Hotel Details

  • 409 rooms, 21 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals, no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 01-15-2014

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