2 King Street, Bowen Hills
2 King Street, Bowen Hills
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631 Gregory Terrace, Bowen Hills
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East Street, Fortitude Valley
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Hotels & Accommodation
601 Gregory Terrace, Fortitude Valley
Rydges Fortitude Valley
At Rydges Fortitude Valley, guests can enjoy a greater choice of convenience and comfort. The rooms feature the services and conveniences that today’s discerning traveler expects, with everything designed to make your stay easier. You’ll discover an urban sense of flair with a twist of rural charm and can always expect friendly service. Fast, easy access from the Airport and CBD, plus good public transport connections to the Fortitude Valley train station and Bowen Bridge Busway, provide unparalleled convenience and connectivity.
15 Ivory Lane, Fortitude Valley
Boasting Brisbane's best river views, Oakwood Hotel & Apartments Brisbane offers the ideal stay for both business and leisure travellers. Just a short stroll along the river to a wide array of restaurants, bars and elegant shopping of the CBD while Fortitude Valley provides a feast of Chinatown delights, boutiques, lively pubs and clubs. The property's 162 rooms boast spectacular views of the CBD, Brisbane River, Story Bridge and Fortitude Valley.
The Valley has some of the best rooftop bars in Brisbane and Limes is just a 2-min walk from The Tiv. From there you can check out Up On Constance, Elixir and Eleven.
Clubs & Pubs
The Tiv is just a 10-minute walk to the heart of Fortitude Valley, Brisbane's clubbing precinct. Whether you're in the mood for dancing, cocktails, seeing a band, or just hanging out, you'll find something here.
Looking for somewhere (super) close by? Look no further than King Street; it’s 100mts away. Great restaurants include Banoi (Vietnamese), Fat Dumpling (Japanese), Il Verde (Italian) and Super Combo (Burgers).
Old School Fun
Visit Netherworld for some old school arcade games, pinball machines and board games or pop into Holey Moley for a round of indoor mini golf.
We may not have quite as much as Melbourne, but the Brisbane street art scene is growing rapidly. If it’s a nice day and you’re up for stretching your legs then check out these spots around the city.
Need a new outfit before the gig or fancy a spot of shopping? James Street is just a 10-minute walk from us and has over 130 stores including David Jones, Gorman and Witchery. Bakery Lane has a bunch of smaller cute boutiques too.
If there’s one thing we know here in the Valley, it’s a good cocktail. Places like The Bowery, Press Club, Gerard’s Bar and Barbara all have a great selection.
If you’re looking for a cheap eat then go no further than Brisbane’s Chinatown. Most places are BYO too!