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It was the 80’s. When the Hilton Brisbane opened it was the place to be seen with a long list of luminaries from visiting movie stars to politicians and billionaires calling it home and hosting extravagant parties. Located in the middle of the city still makes it one of Brisbane’s best addresses.

The Austrian-born starchitect Harry Seidler designed the Brisbane Hilton. He was world-renowned for his devotion to Modernism and was one of first proponents of the Bauhaus School in Australia. He won the Sulman Award in 1951 for his first work Rose Seidler house and became a cause celebre with his Australia Square Tower when it opened in 1967.

Hilton Brisbane Level Six

Seidler stamped his brand of Modernism across Australia with designs such as the controversial Blues Point Tower in Sydney and Perth’s QV1 Office Tower and Shell Headquarters in Melbourne.

Brisbane Hilton Atrium ThisMagnificentLife

Opened in 1986, the Hilton’s distinctive curved design turned heads. The largest atrium in Australia (83 metres high) provides a spectacular sense of space, grandeur and peace. The majestic and timeless interiors are complemented by artwork sketched by the legendary architect.

Hilton Brisbane Lobby ThisMagnificentLife

In 2014, local artist Simon DeGroot was commissioned to recreate some of these Matisse inspired sketches in a massive 18 square metre artwork above Vintaged Bar. The adapted design is an appropriation from a copy of a photocopy sourced from the office of Harry Seidler. Works of art constantly inspired Seidler and he displayed a need to create beautiful spaces to enrich everyday Australian’s environment.

Just steps away from Brisbane’s best shopping on Queen St Mall, the Hilton Brisbane offers the perfect getaway for those who like their getaways urban and action-packed.

All the contemporary styled guestrooms open to the dramatic atrium offering a bird’s eye view over the lobby and Vintaged Bar+Grill.

Hilton Brisbane King Guest Room this Magnificent Life

Rooms and suites take into consideration both business and leisure travellers. Configured with two double beds, the Double Double Hilton Guest Room is perfect for girl’s weekends or families. The King Hilton Deluxe, King Hilton Guest Room and Twin Hilton Deluxe all feature delightful city views.

Hilton Brisbane Suite This Magnificent Life

The King Hilton Suites not only offer more with a spacious living area and luxurious contemporary freestanding bath, but also includes access to the Executive Lounge.

Hilton Brisbane Executive This Magnificent Life

Staying in the Twin or King Hilton Executive Rooms allows guests to sample the Executive Lounge for complimentary breakfast and complimentary canapés and drinks make a great start to the evening if you stay in or venture out.

You could win a Hilton stay of true indulgence: 2 nights for two in a King Hilton Suite, with late checkout. A magnificent dinner for two at Vintaged Bar+Grill (up to $200 value) with a complimentary bottle of wine. Plus a $500 Wintergarden voucher and a $300 Xennox Diamonds voucher!  Enter Here.

 

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Liz Bond

Liz Bond comes from a PR background and loves fine wine, great food and rewarding travel - all the magnificent things in life. She prides herself in an innate ability to meet famous celebrities at baggage carousels.

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