Pacific Hotel Brisbane transformation

  • June 17, 2019

Expansive guest rooms and suites brought to life with a sparkling new vision, breathtaking views across the Brisbane skyline and a hotel experience that feels like the warmest welcome… expect all this and more at the stunningly refurbished Pacific Hotel Brisbane.
On the previous Hotel Urban site, the Pacific Hotel Brisbane is ideally located close to the CBD, overlooking the lush Roma Street Parklands of Spring Hill. Convenient for business and leisure visitors, the Hotel is just 100m from Brisbane Private Hospital with easy access to Roma Street Station, Queens Street Mall, Suncorp Stadium and more.


From all 179 guest rooms and suites, through to the function rooms, restaurant, bar and swimming pool, the hotel has undergone a magnificent renewal. The unique interior design transformation happened under the creative eye of talented Australian hospitality designer, Janine Lauder of Janineous Design.
Technical upgrades allow the hotel to cater for the needs of contemporary business and leisure guests, with Smart TVs and streaming capabilities, and free high-speed Wi-Fi. The Pacific Hotel Brisbane’s lobby now features plenty of relaxed seating and a co-working hub perfect for casual meetings or working remotely.


Every accommodation room and suite have direct balcony access with the majority boasting city or park views, perfect for enjoying your morning coffee or after work drink. The impressive views continue from the 10th-floor function venues where the professional events team deliver conferences, meetings, private events and weddings against the jaw-dropping backdrop of the ever-changing Brisbane skyline.


The new look coincides with the launch of the new Pacific Terrific promise with a spotlight on the Hotel’s friendly, relaxed vibe that flows easily through the stunning design and engaged service. Adding to the revitalisation is the new winter menu that has been thoughtfully and created by Executive Chef Zac Ruston to be enjoyed on the large alfresco terrace with its leafy outlook.

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