Brisbane, QLD Hotels
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Located in the Southern Hemisphere, Australia’s city of Brisbane requires a little bit different travel planning process because the seasons are the opposite of the Northern Hemisphere. The optimum time to travel there with average hotel rates is its autumn season from March to May. The most difficult time to find a hotel is in September because of the month-long Brisbane Festival, but other peak months are June through August as well as October and November. The cheapest Brisbane hotel rates are from December to March because this is a hot and humid period. If you are not sure what types of prices you are looking at for Brisbane hotels, here are some of the average options.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels in Brisbane, QLD

Pullman Brisbane King George Square
Pullman Brisbane King George Square
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8.1
Excellent
King George Square; Corner Of Ann & Roma Streets, Brisbane
from $106
Republic Apartments
Republic Apartments
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8.2
Excellent
363 Turbot Street, Brisbane
from $85
Hotel Chino
Hotel Chino
|
8.5
Excellent
19 O’Keefe Street, Brisbane
from $83
Airport Ascot Motel
Airport Ascot Motel
|
8.8
Excellent
550 Kingsford Smith Drive, Brisbane
from $85
Capri by Fraser, Brisbane
Capri by Fraser, Brisbane
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8.9
Excellent
80 Albert Street (Cnr Mary St), Brisbane
from $93
The Sebel South Brisbane
The Sebel South Brisbane
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7.9
Good
46 Water Street, Brisbane
from $76
Johnstone's on Oxley Bed & Breakfast
Johnstone's on Oxley Bed & Breakfast
|
9.4
Excellent
585 Oxley Avenue, Brisbane
from $71
Best Western Ipswich
Best Western Ipswich
|
8.1
Excellent
51-55 Warwick Road, Brisbane
from $75
Treasury Brisbane
Treasury Brisbane
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8.4
Excellent
130 William Street, Brisbane
from $127
Gabba Central Apartments
Gabba Central Apartments
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7.7
Good
803 Stanley Street, Brisbane
from $64
More About Brisbane, QLD Hotels...

What’s the average price of Airbnb’s in Brisbane?

There are a wide range of Airbnb choices in Brisbane to fit all types of budgets and needs. On the low end, the average price is $50 per night for one or two travellers to share a room in a home, including one for $45 per night that offers a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom and a balcony while a room near the airport with private bathroom, TV, and courtyard with barbecue as well as kitchen access was $65 per night. On the higher end, there are houses available, including a five-bedroom, two-bath home that accommodates 13 people across 3 levels for $331 per night.

What are the average prices for luxury hotels in Brisbane?

Among the luxury hotels in Brisbane, there are global hotels brands, including the Sofitel Brisbane Central at $233 per night and the Marriott Brisbane at $215 per night, both considered five-star Brisbane hotels that offer amenities like restaurants, a pool and spa, and fitness center. The Marriott even has a casino. Another average priced Brisbane luxury hotel is the Pullman Brisbane King George Square at $225 per night with all the expected luxury amenities and services of the other luxury hotels in Brisbane.

What types of budget hotels are available in Brisbane?

One of the cheapest budget hotels in Brisbane is the Bowen Terrace Accommodation, perfect for students and budget travelers who may not mind parking their campervan overnight for $21 per night and getting access to free WiFi and kitchen facilities. Other options include a double room with shared bath for $62 per night and a family room for $105 per night. A cheap Brisbane hotel is the Mindo Colonial Accommodation at $48 per night for a student house with bunk beds and shared bathroom, kitchen, and lounge areas.  The Kingsford Riverside Inn is a cheap Brisbane hotel that offers extraordinary views of the river, proximity to Brisbane Airport, BBQ facilities, and many amenities.

 

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