If you’re planning a weekend getaway in Brisbane there are some amazing deals on offer from Hotels.com. There is also a must-visit vibrant rooftop bar scene to be enjoyed, so why not blend your favourite cocktails with a nip of ‘amazing accommodation’ and a splash of ‘spectacular skyline’ – all in the one place.

We’ve found the coolest hotspots adorning the roofs of the following Brisbane hotels with rates so good you can afford to throw another cocktail or two into the mix.

Sixteen Antlers Rooftop Bar – Pullman Brisbane King George Square, Brisbane City

The Pullman Mercure Hotel on the corner or Ann and Roma Streets in the heart of Brisbane city offers 5-star accommodation boasting 210 guest rooms, a restaurant, two bars and a pool for the ultimate inner city escape.

Located on the sixteenth floor, of course, the Sixteen Antlers lounge bar is the place to relax with a drink while absorbing the sensational panoramic cityscape vista. Sixteen Antlers’ drinks list includes premium beers and the best homegrown wines as well as good drops from afar including France, Italy and New Zealand. Crafty cocktails are whipped up by their in-house masterful mixologists and are sure to tempt with their creative allure. Enjoy with tapas or bar snacks before wandering downstairs to your room for a night of blissful slumber. Check out fabulous rates for the Pullman Brisbane at Hotels.com.

The Pool Terrace and Bar – Next Hotel Brisbane, 72 Queen Street, Brisbane City.

This luxury 4.5 star hotel is perfectly located within walking distance of the Gabba, Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre, Queen Street Mall and the Southbank Parklands. Rated ‘Superb’, there is an amazing special rate on offer to Hotels.com guests of up to 40% off when you travel between now and March, 2020. Facilities include 304 smoke-free guest rooms, a restaurant, lounge bar, 24-hour fitness centre and outdoor pool.

One of the best things about staying at the Next Hotel is the relaxing Pool Terrace and Bar. Soak up the lazy ambience and stunning views from this fourth floor oasis before slipping into the refreshing twenty metre infinity pool and sipping on a signature cocktail.

Limes Hotel and Rooftop Bar – 142 Constance Street, Fortitude Valley

From the hustle and bustle of the CBD you wouldn’t imagine there was so much happening up above! The Limes Hotel’s Rooftop Bar is rocking the trending botanics theme with plenty of lush greenery and natural fibres creating a cool and relaxing vibe to accompany your fresh and zesty cocktails. Limes is so much more than your average rooftop bar – there is a whole world of kick-back-and-relax fun happening up there. There are views to wow you with a 360-degree panoramic outlook. There is not one but two plunge pools, a full menu or delicious bar snack options, groovin’ DJ music and movie nights too!

Beneath this party under the stars is the Limes boutique hotel consisting of 21 gorgeous guest rooms offering free breakfast and free internet – perfect for the morning after. Just 200 metres from the city centre, Hotels.com offer a rate that’s hard to resist.

Sazerac Rooftop Bar & Lounge – Four Points by Sheraton, 99 Mary Street, Brisbane

If you’re prone to nosebleeds grab a tissue because Sazerac is Brisbane’s highest rooftop bar, flying thirty stories high upon the top of the  Four Points by Sheraton Hotel. Aptly named for the spicy, hard-hitting Sazerac cocktail, this is a bar offering the most spectacular views of the sunshine state’s beautiful city. Open seven days per week until 11pm, Sazerac offers a delectable menu and a plethora of exciting cocktails.

When it’s time to hit the sack your bed is just downstairs when you choose to stay at the luxurious Four Points by Sheraton, described as ‘Fabulous’ by Hotels.com guest reviewers. Situated in the Brisbane CBD, it offers 246 smoke-free guest rooms and superb facilities within walking distance of many iconic city sites. Book your stay through Hotels.com today for an affordable taste of the city sites and the historically famous Sazerac cocktail.

This article was written in partnership with Hotels.com

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