It’s all happening in Brisbane right now, with luxury hotels, multi-million dollar precincts, and swanky event spaces opening up left, right, and centre. Spice News spotlights six of the hottest openings set to take Brizzy by storm this year.
Marriott International has revealed that the highly-anticiapted W Brisbane will open on 1 June, three months after its original launch date.
Trendy and budget-friendly – Ibis Brisbane’s newly renovated conference space, The Studio, has been designed to offer groups something a little different in the heart of the city.
Australian-based hotel and resort operator Mantra Group has launched its first FV by Peppers property in Brisbane, opening in the city’s vibrant entertainment precinct Fortitude Valley.
Plans for Brisbane to develop a $158m cruise liner terminal could be given the go ahead if the Australian Competitions & Consumer Commission (ACCC) allows arrangements proposed by the Port of Brisbane and Carnival Cruise Line.
Malaysia Airlines will be reinstating direct flights between Kuala Lumpur and Brisbane effective 6 June 2018.
Tourism Australia’s signature incentive product showcase, Dreamtime 2017, is taking place in Brisbane now.
Set to launch in 2018, Howard Smith Wharves is Brisbane’s newest event precinct.
Herbalife is sending its high performers to Brisbane this year.
Tourism Australia today announced that its biennial Dreamtime event for incentive buyers will be held in Brisbane.
As of 1 January, works have begun on Brisbane’s newest $3 billion world-class integrated resort.
Brisbane will welcome Australia’s first Swiss-Belhotel this October.
Fortitude Valley in Brisbane welcomes a new venue.
Say hello to The Calile, TFE’s new boutique property, set to open in 2018.
Brisbane is going through a boom period for events. Here are five reasons why.
Oaks Woolloongabba joins Oaks Hotels and Resorts’ Brisbane portfolio.
The sunshine state now has an Otto Ristorante.
The final flourish in the hotel’s $30million redesign has been unveiled.
Melbourne-based company O’Brien Group won the tender after promising to redevelop the stadium’s 70 bars and restaurants.
Rydges is set to open a new hotel in Brisbane in February 2016.