In a bustling city like Brisbane, retreating into a quiet and peaceful oasis every evening is important. So it comes as no surprise that the Banyan Tree Group has decided to make its foray into Australia with luxury serviced residences in the city.
Banyan Tree Residences Brisbane boasts a convenient location at the stunning Kangaroo Point cliffs and parklands, within proximity to amenities such as leading schools and universities, hospitals, and the Southbank cultural and lifestyle precinct. What’s more, it’s complemented by awe-inspiring views of the CBD, river and botanic garden.
Banyan Tree’s move has proven to be a success, as the luxury private residences has just revised its product mix to include one-bedroom configurations, launching 24 more freehold private residences.
This increases the number of units to 100, giving home buyers even more options — namely one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments, as well as four-bedroom penthouses. The latter includes three with rooftop infinity pools and private garden terraces.
The residences will be the gateway to the Banyan Tree lifestyle in Australia, with the brand’s DNA evident in all aspects of the property. Residents can indulge in luxuries such as a 24-hour Banyan Tree concierge service at the lobby, an onsite Banyan Tree Spa, premium dining venues, a gymnasium and a rooftop garden with a private function space, barbecue facilities, and an expansive infinity pool.
Additionally, residents will also receive access to a range of premium Banyan Tree services, including membership to the Banyan Tree Sanctuary Club that entitles them to exclusive discounts and privileges at the group’s global network of resorts and spas. This also comes with access to the Banyan Tree Private Collection — an exclusive destination club with a portfolio of villas in stunning locations such as Tuscany in Italy and Provence in France.
“This year, Queensland’s property market is tipped to continue its solid performance of stable capital growth, and a great time to get into the market,” said Stuart Reading, the head of property development of the Banyan Tree Group.
We can’t agree more, especially with the launch of new hotels in Brisbane this year such as the W Hotel and Westin Brisbane. So if the thought of living in Brisbane or investing in Queensland’s property market tempts you, you can check out the hotel group’s upcoming roadshow to showcase Banyan Tree Residences Brisbane from 21 to 22 April at the St. Regis Hotel Singapore.