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Kidderminster, United Kingdom
January 7, 2004
Queensland Railways and the Sheraton have cooperated in such a unique way that they have created a seamless blend of luxury hotel and urban transport system. There is even one of the Sheraton's bars on the station concourse!
Vehicular access is via Turbot Street, which has been very cleverly tucked off to one side - unusual, as many of these fine hotels tend make a showpiece of the pick-up/drop-off place! The lobby is comfortably laid out with a colonial-style cocktail lounge and lots of large comfy chairs.
Transport to your room is via the semi-glazed elevator, which affords stunning views out over the Brisbane River and on to the surrounding southern suburbs. If you don't have a head for heights, I suggest you watch the number panel at this time.
Your room is worth the wait - elegantly appointed in a minimalist style with all the usual amenities plus little extras like an iron and ironing board, complimentary newspaper and voice mail.
After a quick freshen-up, you will need to choose between a dip in the rooftop pool, a drink in one of the many bars or a stroll through the adjacent Anzac Square.
From journal Brisbane - A Sub Tropical Lifestyle
arroyo grande, California
August 5, 2000
From journal Something about Brisbane