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Refreshed And Rebranded – The Constance Returns To Revitalise Brisbane’s Hotel Scene

November 6, 2020 Hotel News No Comments

The Constance, Brisbane’s only street art hotel, paints a bright future as it makes a dazzling
return to the city this month. The contemporary boutique hotel in the heart of Fortitude Valley began checking in guests on October 1, almost six months since COVID-19 forced its doors closed.

The Constance, now managed by award-winning boutique operator Lancemore Hotels, put the forced downtime to great use, refreshing and revitalising the hotel’s guest rooms and social spaces and debuting The Constance’s vibrant new brand and name (formerly TRYP).

Business is booming with stay-cationers and road-trippers alike booking a break in one of The Constance’s stylish open-plan rooms, each with complimentary Wi-Fi, 40-inch TV and iPod docking station.

Vivid artworks by internationally recognised street artists including Brisbane-raised Fintan Magee, Rone (Tyrone Everfresh), Numskull (aka Elliott Routledge) and Beastman (aka Bradley Eastman) adorn individual rooms and common areas from reception to the rooftop.

The Constance’s rooftop shisha lounge, cocktail bar and Turkish restaurant, Dirty Sultan, is open Thursday to Sunday evenings for guests to enjoy neo-Turkish street food and bespoke cocktails while kicking back and listening to international and modern hip-hop sounds.

The Rose Room ground floor café and event space will open to hotel guests and members of the public for breakfast daily from next month.

The Constance General Manager Jason Pratt said the vibrancy of the hotel’s interiors was matched only by the warmth of its staff.

“We have a small, tight-knit team who dug in when COVID-19 forced us to temporarily close and worked alongside us to refresh and rebrand until we were ready to welcome guests again,” Mr Pratt said

“Our multiskilled and multitalented staff are our secret weapon; laser-focused on providing service that exceeds expectations to ensure every one of our guests has an enjoyable and memorable experience.”

Located on Constance Street in the heart of the buzzing Fortitude Valley, The Constance enjoys an unrivalled position at the epicentre of Brisbane’s award-winning restaurants and bars, thrilling arts and live music venues, creative community and distinctive architecture.

Its central location also positions it at the gateway to Brisbane’s major sporting, entertainment and cultural venues, convention and exhibition hubs and unique tourist attractions.

The Constance is a destination in itself with guests encouraged to explore its colourful history and discover its abundance of street art.

It was originally constructed in 1955 as a clubhouse for the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffalos (RAOB) with on-site accommodation for members.

The site was bought in 2008 but not developed until 2013, during which time it became an underground haven for street artists.

When work began on the hotel, the developer and architect elected to preserve the street art and tracked down the original artists to commission new pieces.

The Constance is at 14-20 Constance Street, Fortitude Valley. Bookings at

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