Brisbane CBD Serviced Apartments

Top Brisbane CBD Furnished Apartments

 Demand has gone up steadily for Brisbane CBD serviced apartments, considering the bustling nature of the area. It is the biggest commercial and cultural hub of Brisbane with its parks, high-rises, rooftop bars and riverside restaurants galore. The Brisbane CBD is also about charming cruises, exploring the finest city restaurants and relaxing in beautiful gardens. With landmarks like Central Station, Albert Street Literary Walk, King George Square’s stone church and Museum of Brisbane nearby, you will always have things to do here. 

Some of Our Top 10 Brisbane CBD Serviced Apartments for Travellers

  1. Felix Street Apartments 
  2. Albert Street Apartment 
  3. Ann Street Apartments 
  4. Margaret Street Apartments 
  5. Albert Street Apartments-II
  6. Queen Street Apartment 
  7. Charlotte Street Apartments 
  8. George Street Apartments 
  9. Turbot Street Apartments 
  10. Coronation Drive Apartments

Every one of our Brisbane CBD serviced apartments is equipped with the best amenities like free Wi-Fi, comfortable beds, well equipped kitchens and a lot more. They ensure supreme comfort and convenience for guests at all times. 

Where to Stay in Brisbane CBD

There are numerous zones to find the best Brisbane CBD serviced apartments including Charlotte Street, Albert Street, North Quay, Coronation Drive, Logan Road, Felix Street, Ann Street, Margaret Street, Queen Street and Tank Street. 

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Facts About Brisbane CBD

Brisbane CBD is the Central Business District of Brisbane City and its major commercial hub. It is historically called Meeanjin, lying on the northern bank of the lovely Brisbane River. The area is triangular in shape and bordered by the Brisbane River, Gardens Point, which is the tip and upward slopes of parklands and areas like Spring Hill and Fortitude Valley. The CBD is also near Petrie Terrace. Here are some more interesting facts about the area: 

  • The Queensland Government opened the first Brisbane National School on 2nd April, 1860 at Adelaide Street. 
  • A congregation of the Church of Christ was founded in 1883 and they subsequently bought 430 Ann Street for setting up a church. It still functions as Your Church
  • The Brisbane City Council regulated building heights till 132 ft although it was relaxed after 1964. The first skyscrapers here include AMP Place in 1977 and SGIO Building (Suncorp Plaza now) in 1970. 
  • The Brisbane CBD is home to numerous offices of private entities, government agencies and leading corporations. The Adelaide Street and Queen Street Mall make up a retail hub. 
  • The legal precinct covers buildings around the Adelaide, Ann and George Street intersections. 
  • Key attractions within the CBD include the City Hall, Story Bridge, ANZAC Square, Howard Smith Wharves, Brisbane River, St. John’s Cathedral, Riverwalk, Roma Street Parkland, City Botanic Gardens, Queensland Parliament House, Customs House and the Old Government House.

Weather in Brisbane CBD 

The best time to visit is between late September and late April. Summers are warm and wet while winters are cool and short.