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CBD hotel in thick of Brissy action

OUTLOOK: Many rooms have great cityscape views.
OUTLOOK: Many rooms have great cityscape views.

BRISBANE offers great shopping, fantastic live entertainment and events, and many delicious opportunities to wine and dine.

The Metro Hotel Tower Mill on Wickham Terrace is a popular landmark in the centre of Brisbane, offering leisure and business visitors stylish and affordable accommodation and dining.

The distinctive cylindrically shaped hotel houses 80 guest rooms, many with their own private balconies that take in panoramic views extending across Brisbane.

The hotel offers a variety of rooms from twin, queen bed and family rooms (up to four people), to executive suites. Limited parking is available for guests.

Guests will enjoy the convenience of staying in close proximity to the city’s CBD and main attractions, including the Queen Street Mall, Treasury Casino, Southbank Parklands, the Botanical Gardens, art galleries and museums.

Metro Hotel Tower Mill on Wickham Terrace is close to the city’s transport options, just 500 metres from Central Railway Station and nearby bus stations.

For business visitors, the hotel lies within a 10-minute walk of Brisbane’s major conference venues, including the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The hotel also provides a dedicated meeting room, which can host up to 60 people, especially targeted at the small-meetings market.

The room provides a more intimate and affordable alternative to some of the city’s larger conference and meetings venues.

Conference equipment is available for hire, or can be included as part of one of the hotel’s conference packages.

The hotel’s licensed restaurant and bar has undergone a transformation with a total rebuild and refurbishment on the ground floor.

The Mill Hotel Bar and Restaurant provides a perfect setting for guests to enjoy a leisurely meal or drink after a day’s sightseeing or business meetings, with a new outdoor dining area ideal for the sunny Brisbane weather.

The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and evening meals, and also provides room service.

Special catering can be arranged for meeting guests as part of conference packages.

A wide range of accommodation packages are available at Metro Hotel Tower Mill on Wickham Terrace and other Metro Hotel properties by logging on to the Metro Hotels website.

Guests can also book accommodation by calling the toll-free Central Reservations line on 1800 806 553 or by calling the property direct on 3832 1421.



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