Looking for a 5-star family hotel in Brisbane? The Hyatt Regency has everything you need for a luxury family city break.
Location Location Location
Only a sixteen km 20-minute drive from Brisbane airport this glorious property is located right in the heart of Brisbane. All within walking distance to 800+ shops and wonderful dining experiences.
The perfect place to explore the Brisbane City and Southbank precincts, Southbank Streets Swimming Beach, sporting venues including Suncorp Stadium and The Gabba, Museum of Brisbane and QAGOMA, QPAC, and much more.
Room for all the family
With 292 well-appointed guestrooms, there are plenty of options to choose from.
The recommended rooms for families are the interconnecting Queen Bed River View Room, and Twin Beds River View Room. The newly created family rooms are being refurbished, launching towards the end of March 2022.
Room features include
- City Views or Brisbane River Views
- Comfortable Workstation
- Complimentary internet access
- Pharmacopia amenities
- 48-inch Flat-Screen TV
- Individually Controlled Heat and Air-conditioning
- Robes and Slippers
- Hair Dryer
- Coffeemaker and Tea Setup
- Iron and Ironing Board
- Large In-Room Safe – Can accommodate a laptop with a charging facility
- All guests receive free internet access during their stay.
- Cots are available on request.
Hyatt Regency Brisbane’s food and beverage outlets celebrate the iconic history of the hotel through all-day dining venue Lennons Restaurant and Bar. If something a little more casual suits your family head, to the newly opened luxe retro poolside restaurant and bar, Hibiscus Room. Kids’ menus are available at both venues, to suit even the fussiest eaters.
Need to cool down?
After a day of exploring Brisbane city, the outdoor 20-metre infinity pool is the ultimate place to relax. Grab a drink and maybe a bite at the poolside restaurant and bar.
Did you know the Beatles stayed there?
Over the years welcoming many VIPs including Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith, opera singer Dame Nellie Melba, prime ministers like Sir Robert Menzies, President Lyndon Johnson, US General Douglas MacArthur, telephone inventor Alexander Graham Bell and The Beatles.
Hyatt Regency Brisbane was built in 1972 on the former iconic Lennons Hotel site. The original hotel, which opened in 1884, was named after hotelier John Lennon.
The entrance is located on Burnett Lane, Brisbane’s oldest laneway. Dating back to convict days, the laneway was the former site of the Prisoner’s Cells and Barracks, and the Superintendent of Convicts residence.
You will discover incredible street art there too. Make sure to spot the lone blue duck from the Blu Art Xinja. Created in 2016 by environmental artist Mace Robertson and measuring only a few centimetres in height, you will have fun searching for his installation of the tiny red door. Hint – It’s number 45a.