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Oaks Brisbane Aurora Suites

279/420 Queen St Brisbane City 4000 Queensland

Oaks Hotels Australia presents the Oaks Brisbane Aurora Suites, an ideal STA accommodation choice for those seeking short-term NDIS funded accommodation. Towering 67 storeys high, the hotel offers breathtaking city or river views, making it a perfect choice for work or leisure in the CBD. Inclusively designed, the one, two, and three-bedroom apartments cater to people with disabilities, offering Wi-Fi and TV streaming capabilities for entertainment. The Oaks Brisbane Aurora Suites sets the benchmark for accessible and comfortable STA accommodation, ensuring a seamless stay for every guest. Experience the best of Brisbane with Oaks Hotels Australia.

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3.9
1,011 reviews
  • R Yahan
    R Yahan
    in the last week

    First of all, I would like to thank the front desk staff for being very friendly. They are very nice. The room is large and the living room is great, but the hygiene needs to be improved. First, when we opened the refrigerator, there was a small bottle of milk inside, which we thought was provided by the hotel, but when we wanted to use it, we found that it had already been opened and used. In addition, when we were dining on the balcony, we suddenly found that there were many ants coming from I got out of the table and looked carefully and there were small ants in the living room. In addition, when we used the dishwasher, we found it difficult to wash it clean, so we washed it by hand, but there was no dishwashing liquid or sponges or other tools provided.

  • Kristien Keown
    Kristien Keown
    3 weeks ago

    This hotel resides in an apartment complex, therefore you presided with residents. The room was very spacious with a living room space with couch and TV. This had a walkout patio with a lovely view of the city and cathedral. You could also just see the harbor. There was a full kitchen (the room obviously looked like a former apartment). It was stocked with dishes and utensils. You could also order groceries. Small washer and dryer available. Bathroom was pretty small, very basic. Clean, but could use some touch up and/or updating. AC worked great. Large bed, which was fairly comfortable. You could also reach the patio that had wire table with a few chairs. Able to get some morning sun. Nice large glass doors in both the living room and bedroom. My biggest issue with the bedroom is finding a plug there were small side tables with lamps, but you had to move the table to get to the plug near the back of the bed. A bit awkward. There was another across the room, but high enough that a shorter cord couldn't reach. They should have made it a bit more accessible. Liked that near the waterfront. Coffee shop and 7-eleven in the bottom of building for small quick items. Grocery store nearby. Pros: plenty of space, nice patio, near wharf walk, conveniences downstairs, kitchen and laundry. Cons: little dated, small bathroom, not soundproof, share with residents who live there 8.5/10

  • Geoff Patterson
    Geoff Patterson
    in the last week

    Stayed for a night away on the 44th floor, and the views were amazing, especially in the evening. The room was a good size and large balcony. Surrounded by restaurants, bars, and cafes, you're spoiled for choice.

  • Tiffany Cuellar
    Tiffany Cuellar
    3 months ago

    The rooms at Aurora Suites here are HUGE! It is like having you own mini house! The rooms are dated, but clean and spacious. They have a washer and dryer (which came in handy) and a full kitchen. The view was fantastic and the hotel is centrally located. We would happily stay there again!

  • Gabriela McAlister
    Gabriela McAlister
    4 months ago

    My mother had a very disturbing experience here. She checked in without dad at the front desk and she felt oddly observed by a member of staff. She thought it was slightly unusual but brushed it off. Later in the evening, when both my parents had gone to bed, she heard the room door opening in the middle of the night. She got up and encountered the same man (staff member) who had weirdly stared at her at the reception desk. When she confronted him for being in their room uninvited, he looked surprised to see my dad there too and stumbled to say something. He then said unconvincingly "oh, a noise was reported", but then he hurried out the room and left. The next morning my mum reported the issue but the staff member at the front desk did not persue the matter and gave her an apology for the "confusion". However the issue was not a "noise confusion" but the fact that an uninvited man entered the room without attempting to even knock on the door before hand. The booking was made for two people, but mum had been on her own when checking in ... we are not making an accusation here, but you could assume that this is a targeted behaviour around women appearing to be travelling alone. We don’t know the intentions behind this man's actions, but as a woman travelling for work and checking in at hotels alone on a regular basis, I will be VERY CAREFUL in the future and make sure to lock my door at any hotel I check in. If someone says there is a noise complaint and I need to open my door, I'll be calling the police.

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