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Adjoining the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre via direct walkway, special rates available for delegates at newly refurbished Rydges South Bank Hotel Brisbane.
World Class Brisbane Accommodation for the Business Traveller
The newly refurbished 4½ star Rydges South Bank is centrally located in South Brisbane and adjoins the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre with direct access via an internal staircase. Only few minutes walk to the Wheel of Brisbane, Queen Street Mall and lively South Bank precinct, the Rydges South Bank boasts 304 newly redesigned guest accommodation rooms, many of which have stunning views of the Brisbane city skyline and river. All rooms feature complimentary high-speed WiFi and modern amenities including a minibar, hairdryer, iron, ironing board, high definition LCD TV, workspace and a digital safe.
HOW TO BOOK – book direct with hotel
The deadline for booking via the Summit Link ended on 25 August 2017. Any new bookings will be subject to availability, guests can still receive a discount of 10% off the hotel’s best flexible rates. Bookings can be made by contacting the hotel’s reservations team directly and advising you are a registered Australian ITS Summit delegate:
T. +61 7 3364 0800
All guests will be responsible for own accommodation and expenses, with account balances paid in full prior to guest’s departure.The hotel’s specific cancellation and change policy applies – contact the hotel for full Terms and Conditions.
Brisbane Riverfire Festival | Saturday 30 September 2017
With thousands visiting Brisbane for the Riverfire Festival culminating with a spectacular fireworks display on Saturday 30 September, you are encouraged to book your ITS Summit 2017 Brisbane accommodation early! Riverfire Festival
The Brisbane Festival is one of Australia’s major international arts festivals. Each September, it explodes across the city with a thrilling program of theatre, music, dance, circus, opera and major public events such as Sunsuper Riverfire. Brisbane Festival attracts an audience of around one million people every year.