The Flynn Property Group, with its partner Scott Flynn Properties, will transform the Brisbane Airport precinct with this uniquely comprehensive, landmark development featuring the luxurious 5-star Pullman Hotel, a 3.5 star Ibis Hotel and state-of-the-art conference centre. A new benchmark in the city’s executive travel industry, this iconic development is perfectly poised to anticipate and respond to the emerging needs of executive travelers, all in a contemporary environment that fosters business and pleasure in equal measure.
Designed by renowned Australian architect Noel Robinson, the property will feature 373 suites across two hotels, with panoramic views and world-class conference facilities catering for up to 500 delegates right on the doorstep.
In just five years, Pullman has redefined upscale hotels and resorts for business travelers in international capitals around the world and the Pullman Brisbane Airport will be no exception. Pullman has fast established itself as the premier 5-star hotel brand in Australia, combining modern facilities, with the utmost comfort and luxury.
Rounding out the all-inclusive offering is Ibis Brisbane Airport – the first word in great value, and renowned for simplicity and consistency. This hotel will bring to Brisbane an elevated level of affordable quality and comfort, along with a major new social attraction for the Brisbane Airport precinct – a stylish rooftop bar overlooking the runway and Moreton Bay.
With contemporary bars and dining facilities, a swimming pool and lush sub-tropical landscaping, this property will offer a uniquely cool and comfortable guest experience.
Ample parking, excellent airport transport connections and a highline pedestrian walkway to airport terminals will make this one of the most convenient, well- connected facilities in Brisbane.
And the location is unbeatable – this property sits in the middle of the existing terminal and runway, as well as the second runway site, due for completion in 2020, with the new adjacent terminal to follow in 2025.
The Pullman Ibis set amongst quintessentially Queensland sub-tropical landscaping lies at the heart of BAC’s extensive masterplan. Click here to find out more about this landmark redevelopment being undertaken BAC.
The Major Development Plan Application was approved in April 2014. Construction is due to commence January 2015, with completion expected September 2016.
Ideal for the business traveler, the Pullman will feature 130 comfortable, spacious rooms, including 10 junior suits and 2 Presidential suites, over 10 floors, offering guests a calm, intimate space perfect for rest, relaxation or work.
A 5-star restaurant and contemporary bar, sun-drenched pool, executive lounge and panoramic views all combine to create a truly signature experience for business travellers accustomed to a certain level of luxury and distinction.
Guests will be accommodated across 9 levels in 243 modern, well-appointed rooms, 99 of which are generously proportioned superior rooms. With a restaurant, bar and alfresco dining areas, Ibis offers business travelers a well priced, well-equipped and welcoming place to stay and do business.
As the defining element of this exciting new development, this state of the art facility will expand the airport precinct’s conferencing capabilities by 500 delegates. It will significantly enhance the overall conference market in Brisbane, providing much needed facilities for business travelers in the city just for the day. The centre will also feature a bar, ideal for post-meeting and end-of-conference social events.
The Pullman Ibis lies at the heart of BAC’s extensive expansion of the wider airport precinct. With sufficient land for 50 years worth of development, this site is a landmark opportunity. As well as an additional runway, the masterplan allows for further commercial offices, retail outlets, warehousing, short-term accommodation and mixed commercial zones.
Over the next 15 years, passenger numbers are expected to have more than doubled, to 45,100,000, and the Pullman Ibis is poised to benefit greatly from this exponential growth.