Spicers Retreats, Hotels & Lodges is celebrating the opening of its first city property, Spicers Balfour Hotel in Brisbane, offering a city retreat just three kilometres from the CBD in the inner-city suburb of New Farm.
The newly-opened Spicer’s Balfour Hotel in Brisbane’s New farm
Spicers Balfour Hotel has been created by award winning designers Coop Creative to offer a unique and intimate environment for corporate guests and leisure travellers to retreat and relax.
It offers nine spacious rooms with individual elegance and charm providing an indulgent haven with all the comforts and attention to detail expected from a leading hotel.
Externally the hotel draws its inspiration from the historic and grand Queenslanders for which New Farm is known, however step inside and the interior reveals an unexpected contemporary European design which is eclectic, quirky and comforting.
The quirky and comfortable interiors make this property a great retreat for corporate travellers
Each with a unique aspect, the guest rooms feature the finest bed linens, spacious bathrooms with lush toiletries, state of the art Bose sound systems, iPod docking stations, comfortable work spaces, internet facilities and full security.
“Balfour offers the discerning frequent traveller a new, surprising environment that will fast become addictive in a fabulous location close to the airport and minutes from the CBD. Spicers Balfour sets a new benchmark for boutique hotel accommodation in Brisbane,” said the Hotel’s manager, Matthew Simpson.
Perfect for business or pleasure, the hotel features a small boardroom for meetings of up to 16 delegates, pampering spa packages, sumptuous breakfast menu, dining room, library, secluded courtyard, spacious veranda, complimentary parking facilities and rooftop bar with views of the stunning city skyline and Story Bridge.
Perfectly positioned between the city heart and the airport, Spicers Balfour Hotel is within walking distance to some of Brisbane’s best dining, café culture and boutique shopping plus the glorious New Farm Park and river walk are on its doorstep.
Spicer’s Balfour Hotel was conceived by Brisbane businesswoman and philanthropist Beverley Trivett and developed in partnership with Graham Turner, founder of Flight Centre and Spicers Retreats Hotels and Lodges.