Oaks Casino Towers
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I've stayed twice in the past month at Oaks Casino Towers in a three bedroom apartment. The location of Oaks Casino Towers is absolutely brilliant in terms of its location in the Central Business District in Brisbane. The apartment that we stayed in had the most amazing views and the spaciousness was unbelievable. The staff at Oaks Casino Towers were also extremely friendly and helpful. I'll definitely be back.
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LEADING BRISBANE CITY HOTELS
Standing a statuesque 39 levels opposite the Treasury Casino, Oaks Casino Towers stands among the best Brisbane city hotels fusing stylishly appointed 1 and 2 bedroom apartments with sleek designs, full kitchens complete with modern appliances, in-room conveniences including Internet access, spacious living and dining areas and sizeable balconies overlooking the city and river below. Our large swimming pool and sun deck is the perfect place to unwind, as is the spa, sauna and well-equipped gymnasium, all ensuring your stay at Oaks Casino Towers is one of utmost leisure.
Address: 151 George St, Brisbane QLD 4000
Email: email@example.comParking: $30 per night per vehicle, payable on departure - Parking is limited and needs to be pre-booked. Entrance on Charlotte Street between Telstra building and Pancake Manor (18 Charlotte Street). For more information regarding parking at Oaks Casino Towers, please Click Here.
Explore our stunning, modern rooms and on-site facilities such as our rooftop swimming pool and magnificent views of the city.
24 Hour Reception
Non Smoking Property
Choose from our stylishly appointed 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments with sleek designs and full kitchens complete with modern appliances.
Fringing the Brisbane River, our hotel boasts one of the best vantage points in the city, allowing guests to soak in the sparkling water views and bright city lights by night.
Oaks Casino Towers
Oaks Casino Towers is located approximately 22 minutes from Brisbane Airport by car or taxi, or 12 minutes from Central Train Station by foot. Parking is available via Charlotte Street between the Telstra Building and Pancake Manor. All hotel guests are required to park in the car parks that are marked in green with ‘Hotel Guest’ displayed on the ground. Failure to park in these zones and/or clearly display your validated parking slip on the dash may result in car being towed at owners expense.
Oaks Casino Towers is in easy reach of all Brisbane’s favourite attractions including the nearby CityCat, Queen Street Mall and Eagle Street Pier where a profusion of dining options and bars await.
What Would You Like To Do?
Oaks Casino Towers is situated less than a minute's walk from the Treasury Casino and the shopping delights of Queen Street Mall. Overlooking the Brisbane River with the Wheel of Brisbane in the distance, you could not ask for a more central location from which to enjoy the best that Brisbane has to offer.
- Date: 01 December 2017 - 29 April 2018
- Venue: 64 Adelaide Street
Mao's Last Dancer the exhibition: A Portrait of Li Cunxin
Discover one man’s incredible journey from poverty to world-famous artist in this exclusive Museum of Brisbane exhibition. Features never-before-seen interviews, performance footage and personal artefacts in an intimate portrait of a contemporary Australian icon. Born into bitter poverty during the height of Mao’s Communist China, Li Cunxin grew up in a world few of us can imagine. Through a chance of fate, at age 11 he was selected to attend Madame Mao’s Beijing Dance Academy—a rare opportunity to escape his humble existence. Enduring the Academy’s punishing training regime, Li became one of China’s most celebrated dancers. After becoming one of China’s first cultural exchange students, Li made international headlines in 1981 when he fell in love with an American dancer and decided to stay in the United States. With his Chinese citizenship revoked and unable to return home, he danced with the Houston Ballet for 16 years. He enjoyed global success, which continued when he joined the Australian Ballet as a principal artist in 1995. Today Li lives in Brisbane with his wife and children where he’s Artistic Director of Queensland Ballet. The story of Li Cunxin, known as Mao’s Last Dancer, is a best-selling novel and award-winning film.