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Located in Brisbane's New Farm inner city suburb, this traditional Queensland residence has been carefully and lovingly converted into Spicers Balfour Hotel, an elegant and chic hotel. Shaded courtyards, modern inner city suites, a gourmet restaurant, a rooftop bar and friendly, personal service add to the feeling of relaxed luxury.

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Brisbane & The Gold Coast

Spicers Balfour Hotel

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

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Brisbane & The Gold Coast

  • 5 Star boutique hotel in Brisbane
  • Stay in Brisbane's fashionable New Farm suburb
  • Drive along Australia's famous Gold Coast
  • 4 Star Hotel located in the heart of Surfers Paradise

10 night stay

From £2,159 per person

At a glance

  • Boutique Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 17 rooms



Each modern guest room features a unique design and features the finest Italian bed linens and a spacious bathroom with lush toiletries. Spacious Executive Rooms have a contemporary European feel and are finished with modern conveniences and amenities.

Spread over two floors, the Executive Rooms on the ground floor open onto a small courtyard, while those upstairs feature oversized windows that fill the room with natural light.



Featuring a modern Australian menu with a European twist, the Balfour Kitchen is an intimate neighbourhood restaurant where guests can dine inside or enjoy the al fresco experience of a classic Queenslander wrap-around veranda and intimate courtyard screened by frangipani trees. Wind down at the end of the day at the rooftop bar with stunning views of the Story Bridge and city skyline.



Brisbane is Australia's street life capital with a distinct outdoor culture. In between an espresso and a quick bite take time to discover nearby James Street, the Storey Bridge, the South Bank complex and the Eagle Street Pier.


Getting There

Arrival Airport

Brisbane International Airport


Approximately 20 minutes from Brisbane International Airport


Queensland's idyllic climate lends itself to year round visits, particularly in the southern and central areas. The Far North falls under the influence of the tropical monsoon season with heavy rain showers and high humidity being a common occurrence from December to March.