This premier Brisbane conference hotel is famous for its elegantly appointed accommodation, decadent French-inspired wining and dining and its impressive business and leisure facilities. Not only that, this hotel boasts an enviable location within walking distance of Eagle Street Pier, the Convention Centre and South Bank Parklands and offers easy access to major transport networks as well as local shops, restaurants, bars and cafés.

Holiday resort information

Room Types

There are 433 well-appointed rooms at Sofitel Brisbane Central, each one boasting an impressive selection of must-have luxury amenities, which include WiFi access, a work desk and LCD TV with in-house movies.
  • Superior Room

    Opt for a Superior Room and enjoy 32sqm of tastefully furnished space, which comes complete with a plush king-size bed – or 2 double beds – an elegant marble bathroom with French bath products, a work desk, mini bar and access to SoFit Gym.
  • Luxury Room

    More lavish is the Luxury Room Club Sofitel, a premium executive guestroom which boasts a Nespresso machine, turn-down service and WiFi internet access and gives you access to Club Sofitel and all its privileges. These range from evening canapés to breakfast and a selection of business services.
  • Junior Suite

    The height of luxury is the Junior Suite, a sophisticated 63sqm space, which comprises a separate bedroom and lounge area, as well as a luxurious marble bathroom. Guests staying in this suite also enjoy access to Club Sofitel.
  • Prestige Suite

    The Prestige Suite offers warm and welcoming furnishings along with sophisticated décor. Each suite features a lounge, bedroom and en-suite bathroom with stone bath, vanity basin and rain shower. Room amenities include black out blinds, iPod and iPad connectivity and sate-of-the-art surround sound system.
  • Opera Suite

    Set on the 28th floor, the Opera Suite is furnished with deep purple hues, French elegance and silk interiors. Each room compromises of a living room, spacious bedroom and beautifully appointed bathroom with stone tub and rain shower. Room amenities include black out blinds, iPod and iPad connectivity and sate-of-the-art surround sound system.


Another great way to relax is by booking an indulgent spa treatment at the hotel’s top-notch wellness facility, Stephanie’s Spa Retreat. The menu of therapies includes such sensual delights as a hot stone crystal massage and the invigorating cleansing treatment known as the Opal Rasul Temple, not to mention various rejuvenating skin treatments. There is also a well-equipped fitness centre, complete with innovative Virtual Gym Instructor and outdoor heated pool, or you can treat yourself to a make-over in the hotel’s beauty salon. The business facilities are just as impressive, if not more so. As well as 11 elegant and well-equipped meeting rooms the hotel is also home to a self-service business centre and offers a secretarial service and a copy/print service, as well as currency exchange.


There are two outstanding restaurants at Sofitel Brisbane Central and a casual bistro-style lounge.
  • Thyme2 Restaurant

    Thyme2 Restaurant is a unique culinary experience with a menu of worldwide favourites for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Prive249

    Prive249 is a French-Australian restaurant showcasing the French fare combined with Australia’s seasonal and local ingredients. Wonderful city views of Brisbane can be enjoyed in this sophisticated restaurant.
  • Cuvee

    Cuvee Lounge Bar houses vintage and non-vintage wine labels from around the globe. You can also sample cocktails, coffee and an all-day menu.
  • Harlequin Jack

    For a Bistro-inspired dining experience, make your way to Harlequin Jack, with a full served bar.


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