Stamford Plaza


The Stamford Plaza is five stars all the way: Apart from the perfect location on the Brisbane River next to the Botanical Gardens, the first-class hotel delights its distinguished guests with excellent service and a supremely elegant design.


Only a few minutes’ walking distance take you into Brisbane’s vibrant centre: Visit the colourful markets, the theatres, restaurants or bars and clubs that fill at night! Brisbane’s most important sports venues, like the Gabba Stadium, the race tracks read more » or the golf club, are also located in the vicinity.


Brisbane radiates easygoing elegance. Relish the view of the river and the refined comforts of the 252 rooms and suites on 22 floors. All rooms have a spacious design and the cosy European Décor style in common. Select furniture, precious textiles and tasteful decorations create a welcoming ambience.


Complementing the refined accommodation, the Stamford Plaza’s four restaurants offer exceptional gourmet cuisine. A world of fine cooking in Brisbane: Guests may choose between Japanese Sushi, Mediterranean treats, Australian delicacies and European classics.


An international wine card lists the perfect accompaniment to go with every one of the specialities. Moreover, the Stamford Plaza offers an adjacent art gallery, coiffeur and beauty parlour, florist, souvenir store and even a bride’s boutique.


A ballroom for celebrations with up to 350 guests is the perfect venue for weddings or any other large celebrations. With no such formal occasions obstructing your agenda, indulge in the spa facilities, the sauna, swimming pool or gym. Elegance and esprit – welcome to the Stamford Plaza in Brisbane!


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The Stamford Plaza in Brisbane is a first-class hotel that boasts not only the perfect location but also a fantastically delicious cuisine, elegant suites and cosy rooms.


Moreover, it welcomes families read more » and provides the related accommodation and service to ensure a full holiday success: Family Suites, kids menu and a babysitting service are available.


The Stamford’s 252 rooms and suites are all generously spacious and decked out in a European style. Featuring modern facilities, the rooms are equipped with sound-proof walls, internet connection, TV, telephone and air-conditioning.


Other amenities include the daily newspaper, courtesy sparkling water, mini bar and a bathroom phone. Non-smoking rooms as well as rooms designed for guests with special needs are available upon request.


Each of the refined units sports a balcony that commands a stunning view out over the Story Bridge, the Kangaroo Point Cliffs or the Botanic Gardens.


Those who appreciate a touch of extravagance may want to consider the beautiful Stamford Suites with a private terrace. An authentic Baby Grand Piano draws the eyes in the lounge. Moreover, the Stamford Suites offer a fully-equipped kitchen complete with a butler’s area.


A separate dressing room hints at the exceedingly high standard and a luxury bathroom, complete with a whirl-tub and quality toiletries, confirms the first suspicion.


The dedicated team of chefs working their magic in the Stamford Plaza’s cuisine have made it their business to introduce you to a world of sensational new creations. The Siggi’s at the Port Office Restaurant has earned a reputation for its delightful seafood and refined Australian cuisine!


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Kick back and unwind in the Stamford Plaza’s excellent spa: Treat yourself to a tension releasing massage, a rejuvenating beauty treatment or simply sweat in one of the many saunas before cooling off read more » with a few easy laps in the pool.


Later, stroll the beautiful Brisbane River promenade or enjoy the view from the City Hall’s 100 metres high tower – a great opportunity for pictures and to get your bearings in Brisbane!


The Brisbane River’s southern banks are also worth a visit: The Queensland Cultural Centre sports art exhibitions, plays and concerts. Less serious but equally entertaining, the South Bank Parklands offer the Kodak Beach complete with an artificial lagoon.


Another highlight is the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary located twelve kilometres southwest of Brisbane’s centre. It is the largest koala sanctuary of its kind and especially kids are thrilled to feed and pet Australia’s icon Blinky Bill.


The Lone Pine Sanctuary can be perfectly combined with an old-fashioned paddle steamer cruise down the Brisbane River. If you prefer flora to fauna, keep in mind that the vast Mt. Cootha Botanic Gardens start practically on your doorstep.


Moreover, Brisbane has developed into a Mecca for shopping: Saunter down the 500 metres long Queen Street Mall or visit the Chinatown and Valley markets. Later in the day, check out Brisbane’s lively nightlife in the countless restaurants, bars, theatres and clubs.


Moreton Island also makes for a highly recommendable excursion destination! The charming sand and forest island is located approximately 40 kilometres offshore. The highest elevation is Mt. Tempest, a 285 metres high sand dune.


Even though 285 metres might not sound like much to alpinists, Mt. Tempest ranks among the highest and most stable sand dunes world-wide. Furthermore, Moreton Islands boasts countless freshwater lagoons.


Another island, North Stradbroke has earned a reputation for its excellent whale watching between the months May and September. City flair, refined accommodation, a little indulgence and a lot to see and do: The Stamford Plaza and Brisbane!


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