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Brisbane Manor Hotel is a place to relax, refresh and recharge.

Affordable accommodation in the heart of the Brisbane city, a piece of Country hospitality in the City!

Built around the end of the 1800's our Heritage Manor building is one of a kind. If you want to experience what Queensland yester year felt like then this is for you. With all the antiques and memorabilia your heart could desire.

We are in the heart of Brisvegas but quiet enough to feel like you are still in the country. If you are driving we have secure off street parking and easy access to the motorways.

We pride ourselves in offering some of the best budget accommodation in Brisbane. With a great crew, tour desk and all the facilities you need.

There is a $20 refundable Key Deposit.

Accommodation Information

Our accommodation is a fantastic Heritage building with a leafy green veranda, waterfalls and sundeck bar.

Located in the city heart of Brisbane, in the Valley, our clean and comfortable rooms are walking distance to China Town and some of the best Pubs, Clubs and Restaurants Brisbane have to offer. The Valley nightlife is on your doorstep!

Rooms:

En-suite rooms have air-conditioning, shower and toilet. Our spotless rooms will give you the great night’s sleep you desire.

All our rooms are non smoking, although you can request a room with a balcony or courtyard where you can smoke outside.

All Single rooms have their own television, fridge, tea and coffee making facilities.

All Double and Twin rooms have the same facilities with a Double bed or 2 bed twin beds.

Facilities:

Sundeck Bar

Kitchen (It can be used every day until 9.00pm)

Dining room

Garden

Sundeck bar at the front of the hotel has its own gas fired BBQ

Lounge (Library and TV)

There are 2 supermarkets nearby and do not forget all rooms have their own fridge as well

Laundry

Internet (Hire Internet Pods at any time)

Location Information

BMH from the Gold Coast:

BMH is on the north side of Brisbane in the Fortitude Valley area. The one way system through the city centre is very confusing, here are a few tips to finding us easily.

1) Drive towards Brisbane along the Pacific Highway.

2) As you reach the end of the highway you will see Brisbane in front of you.

3) Take the Stanly Street exit, the last one before you drive over the Captain Cook Bridge.

4) Come down the exit and stay in the right hand lane; you will come to some lights.

5) At the lights keep in the right hand lane as you turn left. You will see a right hand turning lane at the next set of lights. Enter this lane, it heads to Vulture Street.

6) Feed right from here but as soon as you up the small hill this splits into 2 lanes (lanes turning right again) now keep in the left of these two lanes. There is another set of lights here as you join Vulture Street.

7) You will join Vulture Street as you turn right but keep in the left hand lane; you should be passing over a small bridge at this point.

7) Now take your first left, at the next lights. Drive all the way along here; you should be on the embankment with the city now on your left.

8) Follow this road all the way along and it will merge with another at a set of lights. This large 3 lane road heads towards the story bridge, when possible enter the right hand lane and merge again with the next main road, again keep to the far right hand lane as you drive across the story bridge.

9) As you come off the bridge your right hand lane will feed off and down into a tunnel. Keep in this lane and follow the road in through the tunnel to the right.

10) You should now come to a set of lights as the road you are on crosses Brunswick.

11) Keep going straight ahead, down a light hill and make your way into the left hand lane.

12) At the bottom of the hill there is a 'T' junction, turn left at the lights and keep in the left hand lane.

13) Another set of lights, you will go straight across these.

14) Follow the road as it starts to swing to the right and you will be at another set of lights.

15) Once through these, keeping in the left hand lane, follow the road to the right and you should see a police station in front of you on the left.

16) At the police station take the road on the left. Follow this road all the way up to the next set of lights.

17) Cross over these lights and follow the road along. At the 1st road on the left turn left into Gregory Terrace.

18) Now drive down the hill and up the other side, if there is an exhibition on watch out for people wandering across the road!

19) As you approach another set of lights look to your left and you have found us! The car park entrance is just after the hotel on the left.

This might seem like a long way but it is much easier than driving through the centre of the city!

From the Sunshine Coast:

Getting to BMH from the sunshine coast is much easier.

1) Stay on the Pacific motorway all the way, do NOT take the gateway motorway.

2) The Pacific motorway will turn into Gympie road. Follow this all the way into the city (it will take quite a long time and watch out for Speed Cameras)

3) The road will do a funny split as you get near, do not worry about which lane you are in as the road joins back together after the park / houses in the middle.

4) Now keep an eye out for the very large hospital building on your right, you will see a BP garage and a Hungry Jacks on the right before it.

5) As you go trough endless lights and past the hospital you will cross a bridge, keep in the left lane as Gregory terrace is the road you get to as soon as you come off the bridge.

6) Turn left in Gregory Terrace and after a few meters you will see us on the right.

7) The car park is before the hotel on the right (the driveway next the hotel)

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Highlights

  • Air Conditioning
  • Kitchen Facilities
  • Bar
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Common Room
  • Travel Desk

Important Information

Check-In

14:00

Check-Out

10:00

Please, note that there is a 2% surcharge for payments using Visa or MasterCard.

Our office hours are 8am to 8pm, 7 days a week. For check ins after 8pm, please contact reception between 8am-8pm prior to check in date to receive the late access code to retrieve your keys. Also no late check ins after 11pm.

There is a $20 refundable Key Deposit.
Car park Security

Though the car park has security lighting please ensures you lock your vehicle correctly and set and alarms if you have them.

Cancellation Policy

Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 Days before arrival. After this date, charges will be applied by the property up to the full cost of the reservation. Deposits paid are non refundable.

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Very good 78%

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

Sadly there was no internet (out of order) at that time. besides that, neat, quiet and beautiful place. Perfect!

Overall
5
Location
4
Cleanliness
5
Value
5
Facilities
4
Service
5

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Hotel Amenities

  • 24 hour hot showers
  • Air Conditioning
  • BBQ Area
  • Bar
  • Car Parking
  • Communal kitchen
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Fax
  • Internet / Wi-Fi
  • Internet café
  • Laundry service
  • Lounge area
  • Newspapers
  • No Curfew
  • Outside area
  • Photocopying
  • Reception (limited hours)
  • Self-catering Facilities
  • Sofa
  • Television room
  • Tours/Travel Desk
  • Washing machines

Extras

  • Linen – FREE
  • Towel – FREE

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