Brisbane's Best Boutique Hotels
At the top of the list for good reason, The Johnson is the first Art Series Hotel Group, hotel to join their extensive portfolio in Brisbane. The aesthetic of these hotels fit the Two Birds Travel vibe perfectly and if you haven't stayed in one of these fine art hotels before, it's best your treat yourself next time you're in town. The hotel is themed on the work of senior Australian artist Michael Johnson, and also features a stunning pool overlooking the city.
Expect to find the coolest boutique hotel in Brisbane, TRYP Fortitude Valley is what the cultural hot spot of Brisbane has been missing. Australia's first Street Art Hotel, this once abandoned warehouse full of graffiti has now been transformed into a chic, modern piece of boutique brilliance. Expect to feel like you 'Own The City', each floor has been fitted out with incredible artworks from incredible street artists embracing the once neglected spaces.
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Located in the heart of Brisbane's CBD, here you'll find an effortlessly stylish and vibrant hotel, designed by the award-winning Ministry Of Design. Our favourite feature is the living vertical garden walls which immediately stands out upon entering the building, leading through to Asana by Pete Evans, Brisbane's hottest Paleo restaurant offering all of the gluten free, organic options you can imagine!
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The New Incholm Hotel & Suites is a distinctly boutique hotels of impeccable style and character which dates back to the 1880s. Originally the home of scientist, astrologer and pioneering photograph Dr John Thomas, who chose the heritage-listed abode for his person residence. Since then it has been a boutique hotel since 1998, offering elegantly crafted rooms and lofts, a casual yet sophisticated restaurant and an even more glamorous bar.
Located in the trendy suburb of New Farm, Spicers Balfour Hotel occupies 2 beautifully renovated heritage buildings on the same leafy street. With two options of accommodation available you can choose between one of the small, plush rooms in the old Queenslander, or for a more luxurious experience, book into one of the art deco inspired suites. The suites are located in an exquisite 1920s style villa, with 4 of these rooms featuring a freestanding bath. The hotel also has a rooftop bar overlooking the city and Story Bridge, as well as The Balfour Kitchen open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.