Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley just got itself a spectacular skyline pool

Mantra Group have opened a spectacular new property in the heart of inner-city Brisbane, presenting the city with FV by Peppers as part of a landmark $600 million development on Fortitude Valley’s Alfred Street, which also features a luxury long-term letting offering rubbed FV Peppers Residences.

Peppers, a brand known for their mix private self-contained apartments and hotel services, have evidently poured a lot into this modern hotel, which we’re betting will be most popular for its stunning heated u-shaped skyline pool. The hotel will also feature a moonlight cinema, VIP private spa lounges, and a fully equipped gym and yoga retreat with views of the Story Bride and Brisbane City.

The modern-style apartments that make up the accommodation are said to offer a new level of “understated luxury” in Brisbane with a choice of well-appointed, spacious one and two bedroom apartments, each featuring expansive views of the city’s skyline. All feature full kitchens with state-of-the-art appliances, laundry, separate lounge and dining areas, and a private balcony.

24-hour reception, valet parking, Wi-Fi, express checkout, a tour desk and concierge are all the expected inclusions, pushing FV by Peppers as a very welcome addition to Brisbane’s increasingly luxe landscape of hotels.

FV by Peppers are currently running an opening special, with a One Bedroom Apartment from $199 AUD per night for a minimum two-night stay (minimum spend $398 AUD). The special rate is available up until November 30th, valid for stays until 28th February 2018.

FV by Peppers

Address: 197 Alfred Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane
Contact: 1300 987 600
Website: http://www.peppers.com.au” target=”blank” rel=”nofollow”>peppers.com.au

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Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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