I recently spent two weeks in a one-bedroom flat at the Oaks Felix while in Brisbane for business and had a delightful stay. I came across the Oaks Felix almost by chance. When I went to the Oaks Felix to enquire about availability, the staff in reception made me instantly feel welcome and proudly showed me an immaculate flat on a high floor which was bright, airy and with truly amazing views. Of course I accepted it straight away! The flat was lovely, with a nice tasteful decor, large windows and a balcony overlooking the CBD, Botanical Garden and river. From such a high floor the views were really breathtaking.
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BRISBANE CBD ACCOMMODATION
Stretching 40 stories high, Oaks Felix boasts a distinctive curved design, offering first-class Brisbane CBD accommodation with spectacular views of the Brisbane River, bustling city and Story Bridge. Oaks Felix is positioned to take full advantage of Brisbane's exciting and unique lifestyle and caters to the discerning needs of all types of guests.
Address: 26 Felix Street, Brisbane QLD 4000
Reservations: 1300 663 619
Reception: 07 3316 5500
Undercover Parking: $30 per night / $119 per week - 2 entrances, Felix Street entrance has 2 levels, Mary Street entrance has 4 levels. Visitor car parking is immediately before the hotel entrance on Felix Street, on the left. Half day parking rates available @ $12. Rates apply before 12pm on day of arrival or after 12pm on day of departure.
Explore our modern and stylish hotel interiors and captivating views of the Brisbane River and city.
Leisure facilities include a 25m-heated lap pool surrounded by a modern sun deck and comfortable sun lounges, sauna, spa, gym and BBQ area - perfect for entertaining and soaking in the cityscapes below.
Non Smoking Property
24 Hour Reception
Oaks Felix offers an impressive selection of contemporary 1, 2 and 3 bedroom self-contained apartments boasting incredible views.
Oaks Felix has an enviable location on the Brisbane River, offering fast and easy access to the very best of Brisbane.
Oaks Felix is located just 30 minutes from Brisbane Airport by car or taxi, and 10 minutes from Central Train Station by foot. Parking is available with access via Mary Street, 30m from the corner of Felix and Mary Street. All hotel guests are required to park in their designated parking space. Failure to park in these zones and/or clearly display your validated parking slip on the dash may result in your car being towed at the owner’s expense.
Adjacent to Eagle Street Pier, guests of Oaks Felix will enjoy the myriad tastes, sights and sounds that are on offer; featuring an abundance of casual and fine dining restaurants, cocktail bars, pubs and weekend Riverside Markets, there is something for everyone.
What Would You Like To Do?
Located along the Brisbane River in the heart of the city centre with panoramic views of the city and Story Bridge, Oaks Felix offers the prime location for leisure and business travellers alike.
- 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.
Easton Pearson Exhibition
- Date: 30 November 2018
- Venue: 64 Adelaide Street
The Easton Pearson Archive contains more than 3300 signature garments, including rarely-seen bespoke and specially commissioned outfits. The Archive also includes accessories, look books, runway footage and ephemera from the design company’s 27 years of operation. A major exhibition is planned for the summer of 2018/19. However, garments and other elements of this extraordinary archive will be permanently on display at the Museum as part of their Collections showcase series.