Brisbane hotel Crystalbook Vincent, located in the Howard Smith Wharves precinct below the iconic Story Bridge is an ideal spot to share a staycation with family or visiting friends. Brave, bold and bursting with energy, Crystalbrook Vincent prides itself on being locally integrated with an environmentally conscious approach.
Carved into a soaring cliff face underneath Brisbane’s historic Story Bridge, Crystalbrook Vincent offers a lively extravaganza of dynamic designs, sustainable amenities, unconventional and unexpected entertainment, events, and dining experiences – all with a modern sophistication about it.
A little slice of luxury perfectly situated in the heart of it all, Vincent is located within the Howard Smith Wharves entertainment precinct, botanical gardens and CBD, including the Museum of Brisbane, and a short drive from Brisbane Airport.
Travelling with a lighter footprint, Vincent embraces Crystalbrook’s philosophy of Responsible Luxury. Impressing locals and visitors alike with sustainably suited amenities (100% waste-free bathroom), technologically-led connectivities, up-cycled fittings, furnishings and a single-use-plastic-free environment, Vincent is making it’s mark, boldly.
Six storeys high, Crystalbrook Vincent features 166 spacious rooms and suites with dynamic design-inspired interiors, an in-room tablet control centre, 55” Smart TV with STAYCAST for video streaming, complimentary movies, a Nespresso machine with recyclable pods (naturally) and fast, free Wi-Fi – of course!
Pushing the boundaries, Vincent offers a memorable dining experience – views, vibes and vibrant delights guaranteed. Take your tastebuds on a dining discovery where drawing outside the lines is not only allowed, but encouraged. Inspired by laneway-style shared dining, Mews embraces art, architecture and puts a playful and sustainable twist on locally-inspired dishes, all served with a side of the unpredictable.
Dress up and head up to rooftop pool and bar, Fiume, for cocktails with a side of views and LA rooftop energy. A glamorous urban oasis and chic escape from the bustling precinct below.
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