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Your Hotel Guide to the Queensland Coast

Whatever your budget or itinerary, one of these properties will suit your stay in the sun.

The Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast lives up to its name.

Budget

Every floor of the TRYP Fortitude Valley is decorated by Aussie graffiti artists. For a closer look, book a King with Courtyard room; each private terrace features a mural.
14-20 Constance St., Fortitude Valley, 61-7-3319-7888, trypbrisbane.com


Neighbourhood

The new lodgings at the Spicers Balfour Hotel occupy a 1940s apartment building. The windows through which milk was once delivered daily have been converted into display cases for exhibiting such artifacts as old electrical panels.
37 Balfour St., New Farm, 61-1300-597-540, spicersretreats.com/spicers-balfour-hotel


Urban

Head to the rooftop pool at the Emporium Hotel Brisbane around suppertime, and you may have it all to yourself – panoramic views of neighbouring buildings included.
1000 Ann St., Fortitude Valley, 61-7-3253-6999, emporiumhotels.com.au


Family

Equipped with full ensuite kitchens, the Sebel Noosa, on the Sunshine Coast, is the ideal launch pad for exploring Noosa Beach and Noosa National Park. (Take the Coastal Track to get to Alexandria Bay’s semi-deserted beach in under an hour.)
32 Hastings St., Noosa Heads, 61-7-5474-6400, thesebel.com


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