Mantra on Queen, Brisbane undergoes refurbishment

Mantra on Queen completed a major $2.2-million refurbishment. The makeover affected living areas, bedrooms and public areas.

Hotel rooms and one- and two-bedroom apartments have completed a major refurbishment, which includes new furniture, new window furnishings, revamped bathrooms and kitchens/kitchenettes, new carpet and a fresh coat of paint. Hotel guestrooms also received desk workspaces with built-in cabinets to house 37 inch LCD TVs.

The property has conferencing facilities, including the Queen Anne function rooms for up to 120 guests, banquet style. The hotel also boasts leisure facilities, such as an outdoor swimming pool and spa, gymnasium and sauna plus undercover car parking, onsite restaurants and a 24-hour reception area.

 

Mantra on Queen is the latest in a series of refurbishments undertaken by Mantra’s CBD hotels throughout 2012. The $20-million investment in refurbishments across Mantra’s 21 CBD properties commenced in July 2011 and is part of a two year investment to upgrade city hotel product.

To date, this includes a $7-million refurbishment across Melbourne properties Mantra on the Park, Mantra 100 Exhibition, Mantra on Russell and Mantra on Little Bourke; Sydney properties Mantra Parramatta and most recently Mantra on Kent; and in Darwin, Mantra on the Esplanade.

There are 51 Mantra hotels, resorts and apartments around Australia in all capital cities and key holiday destinations, including the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, tropical north Queensland and the NSW north coast.

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