Sage Hotel James Street launch event - Insights

Sage Hotel James Street launch event

Sage Hotel James Street Sage Hotel James Street is officially launching tonight, and more than 200 people will be attending from the travel, corporate, arts, fashion and entertainment industries in Brisbane.Ê

Emcee Sofie Formica will welcome guests who will enjoy hotel room tours with mystery entertainment including the new Style Space and explore the newly opened Botanical Bar + Kitchen, as well as the James St conference and function centre and all nestled into the side of the iconic Queens Arms hotel. ÊÊ

Botanical Bar + Kitchen will be serving up treats that include a spectacular dessert bar and fashionable DJ Jonathan will be spinning tracks all night for the crowd. Perfectly located in the lifestyle precinct of Brisbane’s James Street with its cafes, first class retail and art galleries, Sage Hotel James Street is nestled beside the historic Queens Arms Hotel and a stone’s throw from the city centre.

Set over four levels, the property is immaculately presented, seamlessly combining the traditional elements of the Queens Arms with modern hotel interiors consisting of 93 boutique hotel rooms cleverly designed to allow maximum leisure space and storage in each room. In an industry first, the Sage Style room Ð a multi purpose and flexible space has been custom-made to suit fashion, art or creative showings- ideal for local, interstate or international labels to host small VIP events or one-on-one showings.

The hotel lobby features polished exposed aggregate concrete floors, split aged and recycled sand stock brick and a stunning light design, with The Knot by designer Karim Rashid all combining to create a contemporary, semi-industrial look reflecting the repurposed warehouse design. The art works throughout the hotel show the details of a tortoise shell and are inspired by the Aboriginal name Binikinba-Ba which means ÒPlace of the Land TortoisesÓ.

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