Luxury Travel Advisor is always on the lookout for places where the locals go — and, as it turns out, Australians are visiting Queensland in larger numbers than ever before. According to Australia’s National Visitor Survey, holiday visitation reached a record 9.5 million, an increase of 9.6 percent year-on-year.
So, what’s new? Brisbane, the state’s capital, is becoming a hub of art and culture. With that, a slew of luxury hotel openings has followed.
Most recently, The Calile Hotel opened in September in the James Street precinct (home to 150 designer boutiques, restaurants, bars and galleries). The boutique hotel has all the facilities you would expect: The Lobby Bar and Hellenika (serving Greek fare poolside), a spa with medical and holistic treatments and a fitness center; there’s even a library where you can pick up a new read. The Ada and Calile Suites are the top accommodations; both have private rooftop terraces, a separate living area with dining for six, custom oak furnishings and more. Reach out to Kristie Mancell ([email protected]), sales and marketing manager.
The Calile Hotel
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