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Brisbane’s Mantra Terrace Hotel unveils luxe refurb

Mantra Terrace Hotel Brisbane has reopened its doors to reveal a multi-million-dollar renovation.

The hotel’s new look has been designed to appeal to both business and leisure guests seeking comfort, convenience and sophistication in the heart of Brisbane.

With the help of Singapore-based architectural designer, FDAT Architects, the hotel has upgraded its 85 guestrooms and suites and refreshed its public spaces, restaurant and bar.

Inspired by urban retreats, subtropical climates and beachside resorts, the hotel interiors feature a fusion of tropical styling and natural woven pieces, while brass metal fittings give a touch of industrial luxe.

The mix of light wall colours, rattan-like neutral-coloured fabrics, a sandy beach shade of carpet, and multi-purpose open shelving add to the light and spacious feel of the guestrooms.

The hotel’s onsite restaurant and bar, O Bar and Restaurant, has also been revitalised and now serves a new American bistro-style menu with dishes inspired by iconic American regional foods, including a New Orleans OB Muffuletta, New York Red Wine Brisket Burger and Strip Steak Sandwich.

The refurbishment has also transformed the hotel’s lobby and reception areas, creating a new arrival experience for guests.

Mantra Terrace Hotel’s Brisbane city location is just minutes from the shopping mecca of the Queen Street Mall and the business epicentre of Eagle Street financial district.

The hotel is also offering special reopening rates starting from just $99 per night.


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