Luxury hotel Amora Brisbane, which was purchased by the Amora Group in 2020, has almost completed a $30 million refurbishment, which is due to be revealed in December 2023.
The investment in Australia brings the family legacy back to its roots, with the Amora story beginning in Australia over 25 years ago with its first accommodation investment, Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne.
The Amora Group consists of six properties operating in Thailand, and in Australia with Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne, Amora Hotel Jamison Sydney, and their latest addition, Amora Hotel Brisbane.
Earp Siriphatrawan, newly appointed Executive Director and second-generation Owner of Amora Group said, “The pandemic brought about a shift in the mindsets of travellers, and their motivations are very different now. They seek unique and meaningful experiences that bring value to their vacations. It is not enough to just position a property as ‘five-star luxury’”.
“We’re very excited to soon unveil the complete Amora Brisbane and cater to both locals and travellers alike with a more sophisticated experience. Guests will be taken on a journey of extravagance, met with tradition. We’re devoted to curating a hospitable space that pairs the warmth of home comforts with the novelty of luxuries and indulgence,” says Narej Farik, Group Director Commercial and Business Development of Amora Hotels & Resorts.
The hotel focuses on Business Class accommodation with over 296 rooms over 14 floors, a restaurant and lobby bar, newly renovated conference and events spaces, a rooftop pool and an adjacent fitness studio and sauna.
Meetings & events
Amora Hotel Brisbane offers 1148 square metres of meeting venues in Brisbane CBD. Accommodating corporate gatherings from 3 to 300 guests. 11 conference room, which can be divided into two smaller spaces and the Dobson Boardroom. The Pool Terrace can accommodate outdoor events of up to 180 guests.