Experience the reinvention of timeless luxury at the newly renovated Brisbane Marriott Hotel

Experience the reinvention of timeless luxury at the newly renovated Brisbane Marriott Hotel

Brisbane Marriott Hotel is excited to celebrate a $20 million renovation project which has seen the transformation of the hotel's 267 guest rooms and suites, Executive Lounge, two floors of event space and signature restaurant.

An iconic landmark on the corner of Queen and Adelaide streets, the Brisbane Marriott Hotel is in a prime CBD location, set amongst a stunning backdrop of the Brisbane River, Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point Cliffs and city skyline.

Brisbane Marriott Hotel is regarded as a premier event venue, specialising in business meetings, social events and weddings.

The property boasts 11 function rooms with 720 square metres of flexible meeting and event space accented by natural light, imaginative catering, resplendent Brisbane River backdrops, impeccable service, dedicated business centre and an in-house audio-visual technician.

The venue has 263 luxurious guest rooms and 4 suites, all offering spectacular views of the Story Bridge, Kangaroo Point Cliffs, iconic Brisbane River or City Skyline.

Its award-winning Dome Spa Retreat delivers the best spa experience of all hotels in Brisbane.

Also onsite is Motion Dining, a modern restaurant with an open kitchen plan and outdoor seating, and M Bar, a high-style bar. 

For guests looking to rest and relax, then hotel's Grecian inspired pool deck is the perfect area for guests to take some time out. Featuring a spa, sauna, sundeck, fully equipped gymnasium and stunning views of the Story Bridge, guests are sure to unwind in this spectacular environment.

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