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|"Very friendly and helpful staff."||(in 141 reviews)|
|"Lovely staff and great location"||(in 85 reviews)|
|"We loved the great service."||(in 17 reviews)|
|"Glass doors in the bathroom."||(in 9 reviews)|
|"The auto blinds and the location."||(in 4 reviews)|
|"We struggle with the limited parking situation."||(in 5 reviews)|
|friendly staff||in 323 reviews|
|great location||in 214 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 105 reviews|
|fantastic hotel||in 105 reviews|
|rooftop bar||in 72 reviews|
|bathroom door||in 47 reviews|
|art work||in 46 reviews|
|rooms are very small||in 39 reviews|
|great service||in 34 reviews|
|restaurant attached||in 34 reviews|
|block out blinds||in 23 reviews|
|complimentary bottled water||in 19 reviews|
|glass sliding||in 19 reviews|
|train station||in 19 reviews|
|fortitude valley||in 17 reviews|
|walking distance||in 16 reviews|
|chur||in 9 reviews|
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Small but awesome
It was a comfortable room, luxurious, and an awesome staff. They went out of their way to make us happy.
It was a small room, no where to place your clothes or bathroom items in the bathroom.
Set in the heart of Brisbanes bustling shopping and entertainment hub, the edgy and art-centric The Constance welcomes travelers looking to take in all the exciting cultural finds of one of Australias most vibrant cities. Featuring dcor showcasing striking street art by world-acclaimed artists Magee, Numskull, Rone and Beastman, the hotel itself is an art-experience but guests will also want to spend a day exploring the citys art scenes with stops at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts, Queensland Art Gallery and Queensland Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA.) Shoppers will thrill at the many nearby markets, splurging on designer pieces along James Street or discovering the boutique design incubator studios and mix of restaurants, cafes and bars on Bakery Lane. Families will want to plan a full day at the Australia Zoo, taking part in a zoo tour and engaging with lemurs, elephants and meerkats with one of the zoos animal encounters. Lone Pine Koala sanctuary offers more animal adventures like hand-feeding kangaroo as well as several wildlife experiences designed for adult visitors. There are also plenty of dive and snorkeling charters about half an hour from the resort where you can explore the sea from a new perspective. For a variety of dining and nightlife options, check out Portside Wharf, Eagle Street Pier or the new Howard Smith Wharves. Travelers wont want to miss the 360-degree panoramic views of the city, landmarks and famous river from a gondola ride on the iconic Wheel of Brisbane. These spacious hotel rooms comfortably sleep two to four guests with different setup variations depending on what you prefer. Some rooms feature an outdoor courtyard, terrace or private spa with various bedding options including two twin beds, one queen bed or one king bed. You will appreciate the convenience of a miniature bar and Wi-Fi.
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Guests travelling with new or existing direct bookings for stays at The Constance through 30 June 2020 will have their cancellation or change penalties waived up to 24 hours prior to arrival. For more information, visit the Wyndham Group Response to COVID-19 page.
The Constance is located at 14-20 Constance Street in Fortitude Valley, 1.5 km from the centre of Brisbane. Story Bridge is the closest landmark to The Constance.
Check-in time is 14:00 and check-out time is 10:00 at The Constance.
Yes, The Constance offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Constance does not offer free parking.
No, The Constance does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Constance is 10.9 km from Brisbane. The Constance is 91.2 km from Coolangatta Gold Coast.
No, pets are not allowed at The Constance.
Yes, The Constance has a pool on-site.