One of Brisbane’s newest and shiniest hotels right in the heart of the city, The Westin Brisbane is an ideal spot for a convenient luxury stay with the family. Health and wellness is the focus – with the first Heavenly Spa in Australia, Brisbane’s only swim-up bar; even a running group for guests keen to jog the best parts of the city!
It’s prime location means that it is within walking distance of the Queen Street Mall, Eagle Street Pier, the Botanic Gardens and the South Bank Parklands and arts precinct, and offers 299 guest rooms, each with views of the city skyline. You’re basically a five minute walk from everything.
If you are travelling with a tribe of 3 or 4 you will want to book either any of the Twin Room options (the variable being views and access to the club lounge) or the Westin King Suite. All options include the signature heavenly beds (and yes they do live up to their name) and the King Suite also includes a fold out sofa bed and kitchenette.
An additional Rollaway bed is also available on request at $60.00/Per Room Daily. Cots are also available on request.
Valet parking is available under the hotel for $55/day.
Four onsite dining venues within the hotel include two signature restaurants, a lounge bar and a pool bar – complete with Brisbane’s only swim-up bar.
For the kids, the Westin offers their Eat Well Kids Menu that’s part of the in room menu as well as in the restaurants.
But if you are after something outside the hotel, there are plenty of options within a short stroll including Eagle Street Pier.
If you need help with babysitting while staying at the Westin Brisbane, just contact the Front Office and Concierge teams for the contact details of their recommended local Babysitting agency and then you can organise it from there.
The little inclusion of the lavender essential oils roll on was a lovely addition next to the bed to help get excited toddlers off to sleep.
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 12:00 PM
Baby change table
Hotel Connecting Rooms
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