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Australia’s largest hotel operator is expanding its network with the addition of a new property in the heart of the River City.
Formerly the independently operated Pacific Hotel Brisbane, Accor now operates the 179-room Mercure Brisbane Spring Hill under a hotel management agreement.

The hotel, which boasts a commanding location overlooking the city skyline and Roma Street Parklands, will now undergo a makeover, with the new-look property set to be unveiled later this year.
Adrian Williams, Accor Pacific Chief Operating Officer PM&E, said he was delighted to be adding to the Brisbane portfolio, particularly at a time when there’s heightened interest in the city with the Olympic Games in 2032 and record interstate migration.

“Mercure Brisbane Spring Hill is in an excellent position overlooking the CBD and the accommodation make-up of traditional rooms as well as one and two-bedroom suites suits families, groups, and the corporate market well,” said Mr Williams.

“Having been named as one of the world’s hottest travel destinations in 2024 by the New York Times, there is a lot to be excited about when it comes to travel and tourism to the Sunshine State, and we’re fortunate in that we have a strong portfolio of hotels and brands to capture the travelling public.”

Featuring a restaurant, bar, meeting facilities, pool and spacious guestrooms, including one- and two-bedroom suites, many with balconies, the hotel promises to be a favoured option for leisure and corporate travellers, especially those who are coming to the city for major events.

As part of hotel’s refurbishment, guestrooms will receive a makeover, the meeting and conference rooms will be modernised and the pool will receive a striking glow-up.