Spicers Balfour Hotel is an urban oasis that effortlessly combines architectural contrasts, blending the lushness of bamboo and ivy with the elegance of a historic Queenslander and art deco influences. The fusion extends to the kitchen, where Vietnamese and French flavors harmoniously intertwine. The hotel exudes urban cool and a strong commitment to social responsibility and sustainability. It embraces its vibrant past while embracing the future.
Luxury permeates every aspect of the hotel, from the rooftop bar with stunning sunsets to the serene garden courtyards and modern suites. Surprises await attentive guests, with sumptuous textures and finishes creating a lavish ambiance. The heritage-listed cottages surrounding the retreat offer a glimpse into a cherished era, while the shimmering city lights promise excitement.
Spicers Balfour Hotel takes sustainability seriously, implementing initiatives such as energy-efficient appliances, motion-activated air conditioning, solar night lighting, and a no-plastic policy. We even compost all decomposable waste for local parks. The Balfour Kitchen & Bar continues the sustainability theme by sourcing ethically farmed meats and sustainable seafood, combining them with fresh local produce to create an award-winning Vietnamese fusion cuisine. The menu presents innovative dishes that reimagine traditional Vietnamese flavors with French and Asian influences.
The hotel boasts 17 luxury suites divided between two buildings. The main Queenslander building offers nine executive rooms with a European ambiance, while the art-deco Simla building houses eight one-bedroom suites adorned with intricate designs and a sleek aesthetic. All suites are spacious, bright, and feature luxurious bathrooms and modern amenities.
Located in the lively neighborhood of New Farm, the hotel is surrounded by trendy streets filled with cafes, restaurants, bars, cinemas, and boutiques, making it the cultural and creative heart of the city. Nearby attractions like James Street and Howard Smith Wharves offer an abundance of entertainment options, while the Brisbane River and local parks provide a tranquil retreat.
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Suite 115, 43 Manilla St,
East Brisbane QLD 4169
0450 525 745