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Top 19 Serviced Apartments in Brisbane for Self-Contained Holidays

Brisbane is a year-round holiday destination with alfresco restaurants dotting the riverbank, an inner-city beach and a wealth of natural spoils within and outside the city limits. The range of luxurious and budget-friendly serviced apartments in Brisbane offers the perfect self-contained accommodation for exploring this city’s outdoor malls, wildlife sanctuaries and nearby subtropical islands.

With over 400 million annual visitors to HotelsCombined each year, we’ve found the most-popular Brisbane serviced apartments for your next holiday. From the city centre to South Bank and Kangaroo Point, these apartments provide comfortable self-contained holiday homes with opulent decor and convenient access to top attractions.

Brisbane city

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MacArthur Chambers Apartment Hotel

MacArthur Chambers Apartment Hotel, serviced apartments in Brisbane

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Housed in a historic Victorian-era building, MacArthur Chambers Apartment Hotel offers an exclusive haven in the centre of Brisbane’s CBD. Right outside you’ll find Queen Street Mall, the Treasury Brisbane casino and Brisbane City Botanic Gardens. Enjoy resort-style on-site facilities on the hotel’s ninth floor recreation deck, which features a swimming pool, spa, sauna, gym and barbecue area.

Accommodation at MacArthur Chambers Apartment Hotel ranges from one to two-bedroom apartments, which are individually furnished with plush beds, comfortable lounges and fully-equipped kitchens. They also boast separate work areas with study desks, in-room laundries and complimentary Wi-Fi. Naturally lit through traditional -style windows, these spacious apartments offer ample floor space for families, premium Foxtel entertainment and an inspiring old-world atmosphere.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$204 – A$336
Guest Rating: 9.1
Address: 201 Edward Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, Australia

The Sebel Brisbane

The Sebel Brisbane

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The Sebel Brisbane has won over HotelsCombined visitors with fast check-in times and an excellent location for shopping holidays, thanks to the surrounding boutiques, designer stores and shopping malls. This enviable central position is complemented by a selection of studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments with elegant furnishings, separate living and dining areas, gourmet kitchens, work desks and sprawling city vistas. If you want a private balcony, opt for the 1 Bedroom Apartment Queen Bed or one of the 2 Bedroom Apartments.

Along with some of Brisbane’s top dining and drinking establishments right outside, this hotel offers its own on-site restaurant, The Croft House, perfect for laid-back drinks, farmhouse dinners or lunch to go. Visiting for work? Utilise one of the five versatile meeting rooms with state-of-the-art presentation technology.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: A$124 – A$374
Guest Rating: 8.9
Address: 95 Charlotte Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, Australia

Republic Apartments

Republic Apartments, serviced apartments in Brisbane

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Nestled on the edge of the CBD, Republic Apartments offers the best of both worlds when it comes to inner-city convenience and suburban tranquillity. You’re under a 20-minute walk from the shops at Queen Street Mall and the dining options along James Street in the Fortitude Valley. Not only can you soak up city views while swimming in the hotel’s on-site pool, but you also have access to a fully-equipped gym, convenience store and barbecue area.

The One Bedroom Executive Apartment is ideal for couples with its large balcony, full kitchen, queen-size bed and spacious lounge room. However, families will appreciate the two or three-bedroom apartments, which also include an additional sleeping space with as many as two queen-size beds and two single beds in the Three Bedroom Family Apartment.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$89 – A$299
Guest Rating: 8.6
Address: 363 Turbot Street, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, Australia

Park Regis North Quay Hotel

Park Regis North Quay Hotel, serviced apartment

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Park Regis North Quay Hotel occupies a prime riverfront positioned a few minutes’ walk from Roma Street Parkland and Suncorp Stadium, home of Brisbane’s rugby league, rugby union and football teams. Choose from stylish one and two-bedroom self-contained apartments, which have generous kitchenettes, separate living areas and contemporary furnishings. Take advantage of the hotel’s location by booking the One Bedroom River View Apartment, which captures water vistas through large windows.

Work up a sweat in the on-site gym before cooling off in the sun-drenched swimming pool. You can also enjoy a range of hair and beauty treatments at the hotel’s salon or cook up a delicious barbecue on the Brisbane River using the outdoor facilities. Kids younger than 12 eat for free at the on-site On Quay Restaurant & Bar, known for its seasonal menu, delicious desserts and wine tastings.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$91 – A$361
Guest Rating: 8.2
Address: 293 North Quay, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane, Australia

Hotel Location

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Wellington Apartment Hotel

Wellington Apartment Hotel, serviced apartment in Brisbane

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Are you looking for boutique apartment accommodation in a cosmopolitan suburb nestled next to fantastic eateries, riverside parklands and the iconic Story Bridge Hotel? Wellington Apartment Hotel is ideal for leisure and business travellers seeking no-fuss studio apartments with air conditioning, private balconies or courtyards, mini bars, separate work desks, pillow menus and a kitchenette with full-size fridge.

The studio apartments sleep up to five guests, but larger groups can also combine the studio with another interconnecting Hotel Room with a king-size bed. Along with complimentary Wi-Fi, Wellington Apartment Hotel boasts an outdoor swimming pool and dining area, free underground parking and a chic lounge bar for afternoon drinks. The on-site Brisbane Restaurant serves locally-sourced food and Australian wine. 

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$113 – A$167
Guest Rating: 8.7
Address: 192 Wellington Road, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, Australia

Quest on Story Bridge

Quest on Story Bridge, serviced apartment

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HotelsCombined visitors rave about the gorgeous pool and welcoming staff at Quest on Story Bridge. The pool itself is an exquisite expanse of inviting water, tropical plants and comfortable loungers, while the nearby gym offers a great place to sweat away your stress. Quest on Story Bridge also has one of Brisbane’s best positions south of the river. It’s mere metres from the Story Bridge Hotel, Story Bridge Adventure Climb and the waterfront Captain Burke Park.

Take your pick of contemporary studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments, all of which offer spacious floor plans, private balconies or courtyards and relaxed living areas. The studio has a generous kitchenette, while the other apartments feature full kitchens. Dive into the on-site swimming pool or work out in the gym.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$186 – A$284
Guest Rating: 8.3
Address: 85 Deakin Street, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, Australia

Story Apartments

Story Apartments, serviced apartments in Brisbane

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Story Apartments is home to one, two and three-bedroom apartments with city and river views, complimentary Wi-Fi, comfortable queen-size beds, in-room laundries, furnished balconies and open-plan kitchens. All these modern amenities set you up for an enjoyable Brisbane holiday near The Gabba stadium and the Kangaroo Point Cliffs, where you can spend an afternoon abseiling and rock climbing.

The Three Bedroom Apartment can sleep up to six guests in two queen-size beds and two single beds, while the One Bedroom Apartment is ideal for couples looking for extra space and the b convenience of cooking your own meals. There are also numerous dining options nearby, with the Dockside restaurant hub only 500 metres away. Feel like a swim? Head down to the on-site swimming pool, which is surrounded by tropical trees.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$136 – A$338
Guest Rating: 8.1
Address: 89 Lambert Street, Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, Australia

Hotel Location

Brisbane Southbank

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Quest Woolloongabba

Quest Woolloongabba, serviced apartment in Brisbane

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Quest Woolloongabba is a stylish holiday residence with 132 serviced apartments, including studios, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom options. Each apartment is flooded with natural light and features comfortable king-size beds. If you want a full kitchen, laundry and private balcony overlooking the city, book one of the one, two or three-bedroom apartments.

Guests have access to an on-site state-of-the-art gym, along with modern meeting rooms and a rooftop terrace with umbrellaed seating and uninterrupted city vistas. Quest Woolloongabba is perfect for AFL and cricket fans, located only 900 metres from The Gabba stadium. You’re also a five-minute stroll from the boutique dessert and cocktails bars, fine-dining restaurants and artisan stores clustered right outside the stadium.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$106 – A$366
Guest Rating: 8.9
Address: 130 Logan Road, Woolloongabba, Brisbane, Australia

Vine Serviced Apartments

Vine Serviced Apartments

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Overlooking Musgrave Park, Vine Serviced Apartments is a five-minute walk from the South Bank Parkland’s picnic lawns and Streets Beach, the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre and the Wheel of Brisbane. You also have easy access to a wealth of fine-dining restaurants and hip bars along Grey Street, such as Brooklyn Depot, The Sangria Bar and Greystone Bar & Cellar.

There are 56 fully-furnished one and two-bedroom apartments to choose from at Vine Serviced Apartments. Each one has a private balcony, along with free Wi-Fi and parking, a full kitchen with European appliances and laundries. Ride the elevator up to the rooftop recreation terrace, and enjoy a barbecue area and heated rooftop pool overlooking the surrounding neighbourhood.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: A$136 – A$240
Guest Rating: 8.9
Address: 27 Russell Street, South Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia

The Capitol Apartments

The Capitol Apartments, serviced apartments in Brisbane

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It’s easy to unwind while staying at The Capitol Apartments, where the resort-style facilities include an exclusive lap pool, gym and luxe day spa with rejuvenating facial and massage treatments. Peel St Tavern, the on-site restaurant, bar and bottle shop, is renowned for its chicken parmigiana, but also holds wine and whisky tastings and provides its entire menu for room service.

Brightly lit and filled with modern decor, the one and two-bedroom apartments at The Capitol Apartments cater to solo travellers, couples and families with fully-equipped kitchens, in-room laundries and climate control. The studio apartments feature kitchenettes, queen-size beds and a bar fridge. Some of the apartments are also blessed with alfresco balconies with gorgeous neighbourhood views. 

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$100 – A$280
Guest Rating: 8.7
Address: 35 Peel St, South Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia

Quest South Brisbane

Quest South Brisbane, serviced apartments

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Quest South Brisbane is highly-rated, offering convenient access to South Bank and the Brisbane CBD. The serviced apartments come in studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom configurations, with Deluxe and Premier upgrades also available for those seeking added luxury. European decor flows throughout each apartment, along with full kitchens, separated dining, LCD TVs and tea and coffee facilities.

Do you love sitting outside and soaking up a city’s ambience? Book the Premier One Bedroom King Apartment, which not only boasts a king-size bed but also has a large private balcony. Active travellers will appreciate the on-site lap pool and gym, while those seeking a memorable view can venture up to the rooftop Skydeck.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$94 – A$214
Guest Rating: 8.5
Address: 46 – 50 Water Street, South Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia

Eastwood Apartments

Eastwood Apartments, serviced apartments in Brisbane

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Enjoy luxurious apartment accommodation at Eastwood Apartments, which boasts an extravagant style , especially on its gardened rooftop terrace. This versatile entertaining area has an outdoor cinema, barbecue facilities, a jet pool and hot tub, along with panoramic views of the city, Brisbane River and distant mountains. Positioned in Woolloongabba, the apartments are an easy 10-minute drive from South Bank, where you can visit the Queensland Maritime Museum and Gallery of Modern Art.

Along with complimentary Wi-Fi and undercover parking, the serviced apartments feature modern kitchens, spacious private balconies, plush bedding and Foxtel entertainment. Couples will find the one-bedroom apartment to be cosy and low-maintenance, while families will appreciate the extra space and separate sleeping areas in the two-bedroom apartment. 

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$77 – A$424
Guest Rating: 8.4
Address: 159 Logan Road, Woolloongabba, Brisbane, Australia

South Central Apartments Brisbane

South Central Apartments Brisbane combines impressive facilities with one of Brisbane’s best locations for sightseeing, as it is situated mere metres from Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Museum & Science Centre, Queensland Performing Arts Centre and other cultural institutions. When you’re not sightseeing, you’ll likely be relaxing on the rooftop sundeck, which has cushioned loungers, a lap pool, barbecue facilities and city views.

Need a new hairdo? Book a treatment at the on-site hairdresser after indulging in freshly-roasted coffee at the cafe. The one and two-bedroom apartments ensure a comfortable stay with open-plan living and dining areas, full kitchens, separate work desks and private balconies. The two-bedroom apartments can be configured with two queen-size beds for couples or one queen-size bed and two single beds for families.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$98 – A$267
Guest Rating: 8.2
Address: Cnr Merivale and Peel Street, South Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia

Hotel Location

Story Bridge

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Quest Spring Hill Brisbane

Quest Spring Hill Brisbane, serviced apartments in Brisbane

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Not only do HotelsCombined visitors rate Quest Spring Hill Brisbane highly for shopping holidays, but they’ve also fallen head over heels for the on-site swimming pool. This sun-soaked beauty is lined with loungers and has ample space for laps or a refreshing dip. You’ll also find a gym and an alfresco barbecue area with tables. Feeling hungry after sightseeing? Indulge in sumptuous Australian and European cuisine at The Great Restaurant and Bar, located on site.

From the One Bedroom Apartment to the Two Bedroom Apartment, Quest Spring Hill Brisbane creates an ideal living environment with full kitchens, dining tables, private balconies and daily housekeeping. Upgrade to the Two Bedroom Executive Apartment for the added luxury of a king-size bed.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: A$140 – A$532
Guest Rating: 9
Address: 454 Upper Edward Street, Spring Hill, Brisbane, Australia

Quest Chermside

Quest Chermside, serviced apartments

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Located in the northern suburb of Chermside, Quest Chermside Apartments Brisbane is perfect for travellers looking for shopping, dining and entertainment away from the inner-city hustle and bustle. It’s just across the road from Westfield Chermside, Australia’s second-largest shopping mall with over 500 stores and dining establishments. You’re also an easy 15-minute drive from Brisbane Airport and 20 minutes from the CBD.

While the studio apartment has a kitchenette, the one and two-bedroom apartments boast full-size kitchens. Each accommodation has king-size beds, naturally-lit living rooms and private balconies. Along with daily housekeeping, these apartments provide complimentary Wi-Fi, secure car parking and home entertainment systems. Want to cook your own meals? Take advantage of Quest Chermside Apartments Brisbane’s shopping service, which delivers groceries to your door.

Star Rating: 4.5*
Price: A$140 – A$281
Guest Rating: 9
Address: 9 Thomas Street, Chermside, Brisbane, Australia

Direct Hotels – Pavilion and Governor on Brookes

Direct Hotels – Pavilion and Governor on Brookes, serviced apartments in Brisbane

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Direct Hotels – Pavilion and Governor on Brookes comprises 41 high-quality one and two-bedroom apartments with full kitchens and laundries, expansive private balconies and uninterrupted city vistas. These stylish abodes also have exclusive access to a rooftop terrace with alfresco dining and gardens. Enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi during your stay, as well as Foxtel entertainment, executive-style living rooms and cosy bedding.

Nestled on the edge of the Fortitude Valley, Direct Hotels – Pavilion and Governor on Brooks is a few minutes’ walk from some of Brisbane’s best entertainment venues, including Eleven Rooftop Bar, The Triffid live music hall, Newstead Brewing Co and Cloudland restaurant and bar. Only 300 metres from the Brisbane Showgrounds, it’s also the perfect accommodation for visiting the iconic Royal Queensland Show (Ekka), held in August.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$95 – A$226
Guest Rating: 9
Address: 24 Brookes Street, Bowen Hills, Brisbane, Australia

Oakwood Hotel & Apartments Brisbane

Oakwood Hotel & Apartments Brisbane, serviced apartments

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It’s near impossible to beat the location at Oakwood Hotel & Apartments Brisbane, which occupies prime real estate only a few minutes’ walk from the Brisbane River, Brisbane CBD and Fortitude Valley. You have countless restaurants, bars, boutiques and cultural entertainment at your fingertips, as well as epic views of the Brisbane River and Story Bridge from your apartment’s balcony.

Speaking of the apartments, these 162 studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom havens are beautifully-appointed with sophisticated furnishings, kitchens or kitchenettes, climate control and flat-screen TVs. Take advantage of the on-site tennis court or gym, before relaxing in the outdoor pool and spa. Venture up to the on-site No.15 Restaurant and Bar, which pairs delectable breakfast and dinner with panoramic river and city views. 

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$80 – A$408
Guest Rating: 8.4
Address: 15 Ivory Lane, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Australia

Central Cosmo Apartments

Central Cosmo Apartments, servicecd apartments in Brisbane

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Overlooking the Brisbane River, Central Cosmo Apartments captures magnificent views from its studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments. All three apartment types make the most of the location with private balconies. The One Bedroom and Two Bedroom apartments also feature fully-equipped kitchens, shower baths and mini bars. Travellers who want to stretch out can book the One Bedroom King, which also includes a king-size bed.

Positioned on Milton’s popular Park Road, these apartments are metres from some of Brisbane’s best European, Asian and modern Australian restaurants. You’re within walking distance from the iconic XXXX Brewery, Suncorp Stadium and Milton Park.

Star Rating: 4*
Price: A$114 – A$283
Guest Rating: 8.8
Address: 60 Park Road, Milton, Brisbane, Australia

Hotel Location

Convenient Self-Contained Holidays in Brisbane

Make the most of your Brisbane holiday with one of these highly-rated serviced apartments, beloved for their locations near inner-city sights and cultural hotspots, riverside parklands and museums and suburban hideaways. HotelsCombined visitors also rate these 19 Brisbane serviced apartments above all others because of their comfortable rooms and on-site restaurants, pools, gyms and business facilities.

What’s your favourite Brisbane neighbourhood for a holiday? Let us know in the comments below.

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