It’s been a long time in the making, but finally The Calile Hotel has commenced bookings. A combined effort from Calile Malouf Investments, Toga Far East Hotels and acclaimed architects Richards & Spence, The Calile Hotel’s gradual emergence over the past few years has been met with an eagerness and excitement. The building has been designed with subtropical inspirations in mind, embracing Brisbane’s sun-soaked lifestyle while also slotting in perfectly with James Street’s established modern aesthetic. An impressive layered facade comprised of white brick, breeze blocks, precast concrete, recessed balconies and scalloped concrete parapets towers seven storeys above the bustling promenade, housing 178 boutique rooms, new retail options and some anticipated dining destinations.
Each of The Calile’s rooms are fashionably appointed and come with best mod cons, no matter if you’re staying in the cool oak and rosé-tinged marble-adorned Essential room or the top-of-the-line luxury of the Calile Suite. The Calile also boasts incredible amenities outside of the suites, including the crystal-blue pool (complete with poolside cabanas), luxury day-spa facilities, a fitness centre, an amphitheatre and sizeable function areas. Not long after the hotel’s official opening celebrations in early October, we can expect some new arrivals in the form of Simon Gloftis’ Greek eatery Hellenika, and the hotel’s own Lobby Bar and more retail arrivals.
If you’re keen on a staycation, click here to make a booking at The Calile Hotel.