The Hotel: Quest Breakfast Creek
Quest Breakfast Creek invites travellers to serviced apartment-style accommodation on Amy Street in Albion, perfect for short and long stays. The hotel is situated opposite the popular Breakfast Creek Hotel, a French Renaissance-style pub with five bars, just 10 minutes from the heart of Brisbane CBD and within close distance of Brisbane Airport. Nearby, guests will find a number of popular attractions including Albion Park Harness Racing Club, the historic Newstead House, The Pavilion Function & Conference Centre, Allan Border Field cricket ground, Racecourse Road restaurant and shopping district, and Portside Wharf, an international cruise terminal and a residential and retail development.
Quest Breakfast Creek features an outdoor pool, a fitness centre, BBQ facilities and laundry facilities, offering a true home-away-from-home experience for couples, families and friends. A perfect alternative to a hotel room, each apartment features a full kitchen, while the studios are fitted with kitchenettes. Guests are also provided with an in-room iPod dock, a DVD player and cable TV. A continental breakfast box is available for an additional charge.
- Bed size/type: One King Bed
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Two people
- This studio features an open-plan space, kitchenette with a cooktop, bar fridge, toaster, kettle, and microwave
- Bed size/type: Two king beds
- Standard occupancy: Four people
- Maximum occupancy: Five people (with sofa bed - available for two bedroom apartment only)
- This apartment features two bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and private balcony
The Area: Brisbane, QLD
The combination of balmy subtropical climate and cosmopolitan vibe makes Brisbane one of the most livable cities in the world. With golden beaches, boutique shopping, world-class galleries and a vibrant cafe culture on their doorstep, visitors to Australia’s third largest city have no shortage of things to see and do.
Stroll among the green lawns, Moreton Bay figs, pines and bamboos of the Botanic Gardens, Brisbane’s oldest park, where kids will love looking for possums on the riverside Mangrove Boardwalk at night. For a culture hit, check out the Queensland Art Gallery, one of the most acclaimed galleries in the country that regularly hosts international exhibitions. For even more glitz and glamour, take in a show at Queensland Performing Arts Centre or Brisbane Convention Centre or have a flutter at Treasury Casino.
For activities that get the blood pumping, head to Riverlife Adventure Centre to make the most of Brisbane’s river location by paddling around on a kayak or rock climbing up majestic cliffs overlooking the water. Shopaholics, too, are in paradise with the 700 stores of Queen Street Mall, or for edgier designs head to Elizabeth Street and discover some of Brisbane’s most promising up-and-coming designers. The combination of balmy subtropical climate and cosmopolitan vibe makes Brisbane one of the most liveable cities in the world. With golden beaches, boutique shopping, world-class galleries and a vibrant café culture on their doorstep, visitors to Australia’s third-largest city have no shortage of things to see and do.