New rooms: The Sebel Brisbane

Brisbane’s largest hotel, The Sebel and Citigate King George Square Brisbane, has unveiled a new room concept to the market and to its loyal customer base called Sebel Premium.

Already receiving rave reviews, the new Sebel Premium rooms have replaced The Sebel Business Floor, which was situated on floors 10-15 of The Sebel tower.

The premium guestrooms have been designed with the business and corporate market in mind and all rooms have dedicated workspaces with internet access, natural light, city views and Philips LCD TVs.

Bathrooms have been redesigned and the décor, bedding and chairs have all been refreshed. Other special services which come with the Sebel Premium room type include daily buffet breakfast, daily bottled water and fruit, a turn-down service and one complimentary minibar item per night.

The Sebel Premium colour palette consists of charcoal and white hues, with oversized white leather chairs and plush bedding a feature in all rooms. Waffle weave bathrobes and slippers and Mii Spa bathroom amenities cap off the sleek Sebel Premium renovation.

Guests of the hotel enjoy 24-hour reception, concierge access, room service, daily housekeeping and a Business Centre, in addition to superb leisure facilities including a fully equipped gymnasium, heated rooftop swimming pool and sauna.

Bistro Allure restaurant is located on the ground floor of the hotel and is encased by floor to ceiling windows overlooking City Hall. The restaurant features a buzzing open-plan kitchen, traditional wood fired pizza oven and is a popular meeting spot for business lunches, locals and guests of the hotel.

As well as being the city’s largest leisure hotel, The Sebel and Citigate King George Square Brisbane is also the city’s largest conferencing and event hotel. With two grand ballrooms and 10 private meeting rooms, the hotel can host up to 1000 people theatre style.

James Wilkinson

Editor-In-Chief, Hotel Management