The hotel will open its doors to welcome guests in May
Novotel Brisbane South Bank will be positioned on the southern banks of the Brisbane River, surrounded by 17 hectares of parklands.
“Over 12 million people visit the area annually for conferences and business events, generating $391 million in economic impact to Brisbane. This makes city accommodation highly sought after,” said Matt Young, vice president of operations for Queensland and Northern Territory.
The 4.5 star hotel offers 238 rooms, meeting and conferencing space with banqueting facilities for up to 100 people and an outdoor heated swimming pool.
General manager Jean-Phillippe Lagarde says food and beverage will be a big focus for the hotel.
“Novotel Brisbane South Bank will house two unique and exciting restaurants which will be available to guests and the general public,” he said.
“Our restaurant, Spice Central will offer modern Australian cuisine with an influence from cultures all over the world. A major feature will be our open dining experience. Our chefs will be on display, with a completely open kitchen in the heart of the restaurant.”