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Reception closed for the day at 1pm. On the day of our checkout it didn't even open. Decent value for money. No parking available to us. Very noisy location with busy road, freeway and railway line at the front door
We went to book in and the office was closed. We were in the open hours time on the door. We tried calling for three hours trying to get hold of someone.
We then had to call hotels.com (because trip advisor booked it through hotels.com...More
The apartment had nice amenities and a good sized tv. The beds were comfortable and the bathroom was well furnished. It was perhaps a little basic and the Wi-Fi wasn't the quickest, but it more than did the job for us.
The City Park Apartments are not too badly located — some 10-15 minutes of hilly walking to downtown Brisbane. Three of us stayed in a two-bedroom (two bathrooms plus living room and kitchen) unit which was really spacious and very well-appointed with cutlery, crockery, cooking...More
Stayed in appt 17, two bed ensuite with parking
Very nice building, renovations within last 5 years by the looks.
Great location and easy to get to all parts of city on both sides of the river if you've got a car. Still close enough...More
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The previous answer to your laundry inquiry is correct, however its only true if you go for a full apartment. Studios, do not have a laundry but I believe there is one on site. The kitchenette in a studio is not... More
The previous answer to your laundry inquiry is correct, however its only true if you go for a full apartment. Studios, do not have a laundry but I believe there is one on site. The kitchenette in a studio is not really meant for any cooking with only a microwave/sink and a small bar fridge. Shopping is not as good close by as one might expect. There is a convenience store in Boundary street as well as Dominos Pizza and there is also a good pub that has a restaurant further along. Also there are some cafes and Asian restaurants (10 minute walk to Boundary Street). I used to go to Fortitude Valley for a supermarket at the end of Boundary street ( cnr Turbot Street) although the city center with all their specialty shops in also within walking distance if your are reasonably fit. Both locations will take less than half an hour to walk.
For two weeks I would go for at least a one bedroom apartment, even if you are travelling solo. Check out the locations I have mentioned on Google maps.
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"Rooms away from the main road of Jubilee Terrace would be quieter but once the doors are closed the road..."