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23 Leichhardt Street
Brisbane, Queensland 4000
About the Hotel
Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane is a 4.5-star hotel featuring the perfect blend of contemporary design, modern amenities and gracious hospitality. Situated on the highest point in Brisbane’s Central Business District, it overlooks the picturesque Roma Street Parklands and offers commanding views of the city skyline, surrounding mountains and Brisbane River. In addition to spacious luxury accommodations, Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane boasts a newly opened state-of-the-art conference center that will be the home of AAS 2016.
If you want to stay where all the action is, we strongly recommend that you reserve your room now. We’ve got a block of rooms at Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane set aside at special pricing for Asian Animation Summit attendees, but only until October 28 at 11:59pm Australian time. And once they’re gone, they’re gone. You can book to stay at Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane from November 21 to 24 at the following rates, which include gym and pool access, hotel-wide WiFi service and the federal government GST tax:
- Deluxe Rooms (Twins or Queen) — AUS$160/night (roughly US$120/night)
- Superior Rooms (King) — AUS$160/night (roughly US$120/night)
NOTE: Add buffet breakfast service to your reservation for just AUS$15 per person.
Use this link to make a reservation today. Or you can call Hotel Grand Chancellor Brisbane at +61‑7‑3831‑4055 between 9:00am and 5:00pm local time. Ask for the reservations department and reference the Asian Animation Summit to get your discounted rate.
While you’re thinking about your travel plans, there are two airport options to consider. Conveniently located just 15 minutes from the hotel by car, Brisbane Airport is the city’s main international flight hub. And Gold Coast Airport is also well worth a look—it’s a little further from Brisbane (about an hour’s drive), but plays host to frequent flights from low-cost regional airlines like Air Asia.