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October 11, 2018 Headline News No Comments Email Email

Aussies and overseas visitors who have not visited Brisbane recently, will not have experienced the stellar growth this city is experiencing, rocketing forward from its country town reputation of the 60’ 70’s and 80 or even 90’0s to what Brisbane is today, a smart sophisticated world class city, with all that accompanies that accolade, including a world class airport, infrastructure, facilities, restaurants, entertainment, night life and importantly world class hotels.

Brisbane’s new reputation for those in the know is exemplified by its newest boutique luxury hotel Emporium Hotel, South Bank, which has unveiled a limited range of stunning premier suites, starting from $A850 per night, including two Exquisite Suites, two Emporium Suites and three Poolside Cabana Suites.

The suites are located on the highest levels of the hotel, with the spacious premier suites boasting opulent and contemporary finishes, high ceilings, a spectacular handmade bronze bar with seating for three people, a full-bottle Eurocave wine fridge, mini-bar, 55inch mirror finish LED television, Bose Soundbar, king-size bed, spacious walk-in wardrobe/dressing area, and private balcony with seating to take in the magnificent views of Brisbane’s river and city skyline.  Generous, immaculately finished ensuites feature a free-standing bath with a city/river outlook, double marble shower with both handheld and rain shower heads, white marble double vanity and separate toilet compartment.   

Emporium General Manager Peter Savoff said, “We have been looking forward to revealing these very exceptional, top level suites, which we believe are the epitome of indulgence and raise the bar for boutique luxury hotel accommodation in Australia.” 

“We know that our guests will be absolutely blown away by the incredible level of detail and finish that has gone into each of them.” 

“These suites are perfect for those who want to experience that little bit of added space and extravagance, from honeymooners to wedding-day preparation or real milestone celebrations and occasions.”

“Premier suite guests also enjoy complementary access to the hotel’s inner-city transfer service in a brand-new Maserati Levante, which is an ultra-special touch.”

The Exquisite Suites are a generous 50sqm in size with 2.5-metre high ceilings, large makeup vanity with oversized LED lit mirror, plus a unique storage space tall enough to hang a wedding dress or formal gown, while the Emporium Suites are a larger 70sqm with ceilings reaching 2.7 metres and walk-in robe.  Both suites feature a 32inch mirror television in the ensuite, which can be enjoyed while soaking in the free-standing bath with river/city views.

The truly unique, resort-style Poolside Cabana Suites are located beside the hotel’s spectacular 23m infinity edge rooftop pool on the 21st floor and are designed to allow guests to relish in the famous Queensland sunshine and weather.  Each boasts direct access to the pool deck along with a front patio and seating to relax and enjoy the incredible, panoramic city and river views.

Centrally positioned on Grey Street in Brisbane, within Anthony John Group’s AUD$600 million Southpoint precinct, Emporium Hotel South Bank is surrounded by Brisbane’s best bars, dining and lifestyle options and just minutes’ walk to Queensland Performing Arts Complex, Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, the Queensland Museum and State Library, perfectly located for everything that is hot in Brisbane, so come on up to Brisbane and experience the “new” Brisbane and the stunning world class Emporium Hotel South Bank.

Edited by John Alwyn-Jones

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