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Check out Brisbane’s hottest new hotel

Sage Hotel James Street, located in Brisbane’s quirky Fortitude Valley, is set to open its doors this March brimming with a stack of art and fun decor.

Located in the lifestyle precinct of James Street with its cafes, first class retail and art galleries, Sage Hotel James Street can be found neighbouring the historic Queens Arms Hotel and is just a stone’s throw from the city centre.

The hotel lobby features polished exposed aggregate concrete floors, split aged and recycled sand stock brick and a cool light design by designer Karim Rashid, which all come together to create a contemporary, semi-industrial look reflecting the repurposed warehouse design.

The four-level property combines the traditional elements of the Queens Arms with modern hotel interiors consisting of 93 boutique hotel rooms and a dedicated style space for fashion, art or creative showings.

With free Wi-Fi, a café, deli and cellar all located in the lobby of the hotel and a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Sage James Street has your stay and play options covered.

And for the business traveller, fast CBD access, free courtesy car and driver and a myriad of on-site food and bevvy options should keep them happy, not to mention the event facilities,  including the James Street conference and function centre.

Fast facts:

  • Brisbane international and domestic airport is 10km away
  • Brisbane CBD is 3km away
  • Onsite dining options include Botanical Kitchen & Bar plus a cellar, deli and café
  • State-of-the-art facilities include an event and function space, coffee shop, restaurant and a boutique wine cellar on the ground level.
  • Four room types including: Standard, Superior, Superior Twin and Deluxe.
  • All rooms feature fast, free Wi-Fi on unlimited devices

Check out the cool quirks here:

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