Brisbane | Australia
Brisbane has always been an exquisite holiday destination in Australia and this time it is going to flaunt its charm even more. The heat is on and the Australians, as well as tourists, now have a great new go-to hotel. W Hotels Worldwide part of the Marriott International group has opened the new W Brisbane, reentering the Australian market.
Owned by Shayher Group, W Brisbane is a vibrant addition to sunny South East Queensland (often referred to as the ‘Sunshine State’) in a stellar location overlooking the iconic Brisbane River. The hotel is a great new vibrant addition to the wide variety of hotels available throughout the ‘Sunshine State’.
The electrifying mix of fast-paced urban style with modern design is an intoxicating combination that also contains a pinch of Aussie culture which makes the ambience an immersive one. With Australia’s sun-soaked hot days and busy nights, W Brisbane offers accommodation in the heart of a vibrant culture and rich and abundant nightlife.
Brisbane is among Australia’s fastest-growing cities and is an ideal destination for W to continue its worldwide expansion. Anthony Ingham, the Global Brand Leader added:
“Brisbane is a dream destination – year-round sun and an outdoor lifestyle – it’s quickly evolving into one of the world’s greatest cities which is why W is kicking off the brand’s return to Australia here in the Sunshine State. Brisbane’s bustling riverbank is a hotspot for travelers who can’t wait to explore this dynamic city and South East Queensland, a perfect match for W Hotels’ bold design and playful, contemporary approach to luxury.”
Through design and decor, the new W Brisbane celebrates the history, culture and feel of the city while proudly towering on the banks of the riverside in the city’s Central Business District. The hotel embraces Brisbane’s connection to the Australian identity and underscores the city’s cosmopolitan yet unique quality. The hotel also appreciates the elements of Queensland’s flora and fauna with a relaxed atmosphere and a playful nod to ‘Brisvegas’.
Images courtesy of W Brisbane