There’s nothing we love more than a weekend filled with wine, glorious eats and ‘Gram-worthy hotel stays—and we bet you feel the same. But since we can’t travel all that far right now, you’ve probably kept your eye out for a well-deserved sojourn closer to home that’ll reset and rejuvenate the soul.
Check Into Your New Digs For The Weekend
If you’re yet to experience the wonder of this Brisbane institution, let us introduce you. Treasury Brisbane's hotel is the ultimate mix of old-world elegance meets five-star modern luxury. But not only that, you won’t even need to leave the premise if you don’t want, since the building is a foodie’s paradise packed with world-class restaurants and bars. As for your room, it comes with everything you could want and need like soaring ceilings, sweeping views of the city, Queen's Park or Brisbane River, and a generous marble bathroom where you can while the night away in a bubble bath. If this sounds like the kind of luxury treatment you want and need, the good news is that Treasury Brisbane's hotel has put together a spring fling package that includes daily breakfast at The Lab, late check-out so you can soak up every minute, flexible cancellation, complimentary self-parking and—best of all—25 per cent off accommodation. This package is only available until 30 November 2020, so you best get in quick to snap up a room here before they’re gone.
Fuel Up For A Day Of Exploring
Ever played tourist in your own city? Us either, but with borders shut and so many cultural experiences at our fingertips, we figured it was certainly about time we did. Whether you’re popping over the bridge to GoMA, boutique hopping through the city, or going for a leisurely stroll along the Brisbane River, you’ll be ready for the day ahead, thanks to a complimentary brekkie at The Lab. We’re talking scrumptious strawberry hot cakes, fruit platters, avo and smashed feta, eggs benny, and flakey croissant packed with jam and butter. We’ll take one of each, thanks.
Located within Treasury Brisbane's hotel and just a few steps away from your room, High Tea at The Lab is the boujee experience that will make you feel like you’re in London minus the jetlag and hefty price tag. Here, you can indulge in a selection of sweet and savoury eats created by Executive Chef, Steven Jones who has perfected his high tea offering during his years working at five-star establishments in London. Expect towers of exquisite bites like mouth-watering macaroons, delicate sandwiches and decadent desserts all washed down with Chandon and hand-crafted teas. It’s pure bliss.
Grab A Sundowner
It wouldn’t be a foodie’s staycay without a few cheeky cocktails, now would it? Located within the Treasury Brisbane's hotel, Ryan’s On The Park serves up tantalising cocktails paired with one of the best views in Brisbane. Perch yourself beside a sun-drenched window at golden hour, and watch as the sun falls behind the glimmering city buildings and Queen’s Gardens. You honestly can’t go wrong with any of the drinks on the menu here, but if we had to choose, we’re big fans of the Island Crush and Field Breeze. These fruity and colourful cocktails are a perfect choice, especially since we’re entering spring. Aside from the drinks, you’ve also got a hearty food menu to match. Pair your cocktails with crowd favourites like prawn pasta, a classic margarita pizza, or fish and chips. Keep the energy high with a round of espresso martinis or an old fashioned nightcap before disappearing up to your room. One thing’s for sure, Ryan’s On The Park will not disappoint.
If ever there were an excuse to book a well-deserved staycay and live your best foodie life, Treasury Brisbane's spring fling package is it. The hotel is practically overflowing with foodie favourites all under the one roof like Fat Noodle, Black Hide By Gambaro and Mei Wei—so you best get booking before you miss out.
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