Experience one of Brisbane’s top family resorts
ULTIQA Rothbury Hotel is housed in the heart of the bustling CBD with serviced apartments and luxury accommodation in tow. Make the most of your stay, the way it should be done – in style.
The capital was named Australia’s most liveable by PRDnationwide in their 2018 Affordable and Liveable Property Guide – and it is not hard to see why. The Queen Street Mall, restaurants, bar, cafes, shopping at the Myer Centre or boutique outlets – everything is within touching distance.
Whether you are enjoying a holiday, a business visit, a trip with the family or are just looking for a CBD getaway – our Brisbane city apartments and accommodation options are picks of the bunch.
This bustling city has everything you need for a memorable visit including action-filled nightlife and plenty of exciting events, artists and attractions. But if you’re not sure where to get started when staying at our family resort, we recommend opting for a few of the following when you’re staying at our serviced apartments.
Create modern history in the centre of Brisbane
Located in the heart of Brisbane’s busy central business district, ULTIQA Rothbury Hotel is the landmark historic backdrop for your modern adventures. Providing easy access to all of the capital city’s major attractions, ULTIQA Rothbury Hotel enables you to be connected to everything whilst escaping in chic, luxury apartments.
The best accommodation and hot spots in Brisbane
Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha
For gorgeous, sweeping, panoramic views of the CBD and suburbs, it is well worth taking the trip up nearby Mount Coot-tha.
After kicking back at our luxury accommodation, we recommend exploring the diverse, themed gardens through 128 acres of horticulture. Witness the Japanese Gardens, the largest collection of Australian rainforest trees in the world and other treasures – with guided tours and minibuses available to help show you around.
Walking tracks weave their way up the mountain while there are cafes, restaurants and picnic spots available as well. This is also a popular place for weddings and it’s not hard to see why.
Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA)
You will find more than 1700 collective works of art here including Australian and Asian attractions as well as major exhibitions from around the world.
The themes and events are constantly changing and there is always something new to see, while you can also entertain children here with the popular Children’s Art Centre and the numerous animal exhibitions.
The World Expo was held on the banks of the Brisbane River at this location and it remains a popular place to relax, dine and shop today.
A short ferry, bus or train ride from the CBD, and you will find a manmade lagoon, night markets, restaurants, cafes, cycleways and more. And if you’re up for a little extra action, experience major attractions and events at the Entertainment and Convention Centre.
The whole region has been meticulously landscaped and is the perfect place for a stroll to take in all of the sights and sounds.
Eagle Street Pier
There are numerous fine dining options available in the CBD, too many to mention. But for the perfect cluster of restaurant and bar options, it is hard to go past Eagle Street Pier.
This is home to over 15 restaurants and casual bar and dining experiences overlooking the water and the city’s famous Story Bridge.
George’s Paragon Seafood Restaurant, Jade Buddha Café and Kitchen, Sake Restaurant and Bar, The Bavarian – the options are plentiful and the pier is also the launching point for Kookaburra Showboat Cruises.
Book your stay at our luxury accommodation and serviced apartments now
Book your stay at our luxury city accommodation now by calling us on (07) 3239 8888.