Queensland hotel completes multimillion-dollar renovation

by | 09 May 2021 | Design, Refurbishments, Uncategorized

Mantra Terrace Hotel Brisbane has reopened to guests after undergoing a major refurbishment programme led by Singapore-based FDAT Architects.

A new era has begun at one of Brisbane’s most popular hotels.

A transformed offering in River City

Brisbane, also known as River City, is celebrating the reopening of a firm favourite on the local hospitality scene. Mantra Terrace Hotel Brisbane has returned following a transformational multimillion-dollar makeover designed to broaden the 85-key property’s appeal among both business and leisure travellers.

The reimagined property promises to attract guests seeking a new level of sophistication, convenience and comfort in the heart of Queensland’s largest city.

Style and substance

The Mantra brand prides itself on offering a comfortable home-from-home experience across its portfolio of hotels, resorts and self-contained apartments. Whether on a family holiday or business trip, its properties are designed to meet guests’ needs in a hassle-free manner.

Mantra Terrace Hotel Brisbane does all this and more, with its hot new design. Spearheaded by Singapore-based architectural and interior design practice FDAT Architects, the works have created a contemporary oasis within this bustling metropolis.

Guestrooms, common areas and O Bar and Restaurant have all been upgraded. The hotel’s revamped interiors draw inspiration from city retreats, subtropical climates and beachfront resorts, combining the likes of natural woven pieces, brass metal fittings, carpet, rattan-like fabrics and light wall colours to create a distinctly stylish vibe.

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