Fortitude Valley Hotel, Brisbane
The Fortitude Valley Hotel in Brisbane is the quintessential Fortitude Valley hotel, a boutique establishment by the Wyndham group, with state of the art rooms and brick façade adorned by famed street artist Fintan Magee.
The Constance Street address was once the clubhouse of the mysterious Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes society. Following its disbandment, the space became an urban canvas for local graffiti artists. TRYP, as Brisbane’s first art hotel, has maintained the unique character of the site, preserving and celebrating some of the clubhouse relics, original features and graffiti for an edgy vibe, coupled with bold decor and sleek contemporary finishes.
Reminders of the buildings mysterious past remain such as a giant buffalo head, stone plaque and original staircase have been seamlessly preserved alongside cutting edge contemporary design. Each of the four levels of accommodation is devoted to the artworks of a renowned street artist: Fintan Magee, Numskull, Rone and Beastman, who have stamped their individual style on their floors.
The hotel features 65 well-appointed guest rooms, a library themed meeting room and exceptional food and beverage outlets, including the rooftop bar ‘Up on Constance’ and its iconic restaurant Chur Burger, from award-winning chef Warren Turnbull.
Each floor of the hotel features the striking urban street art, coupled with an exceptional blend of finishes showcasing elements of Brisbane’s unique heritage. The artwork is also replicated in the bathroom basins, private courtyards and framed prints within the themed rooms.
TRYP Fortitude Valley has been widely recognised for its unique architecture with a number of awards, including the Master Builders award for building and renovation, the Queensland Institute of Architects regional award for interior architecture and was nominated in the Australian Institute of Architects national awards.
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