- February 04, 2016
- Posted by Claire Goldsworthy
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It’s no secret that I’m particular when it comes to travel. A hotel should be a home away from home and a place to feel completely and utterly relaxed, so I have a mental list I check off every time I stay somewhere new. Is this a little OCD? Maybe. But, I think it’s fair to expect a good sleep, a big enough room for all of my shoes, and a coffee machine – if I’m going to be fresh for whatever fashion fiascos I’m attending to.
As long as the room is clean, the view is clear and the staff are happy, I’m happy. I’m even happier when I check in and I find something that surprises me, which is what you can expect the next time you book your Brisbane weekend getaway at TRYP on Constance Street in Brisbane’s bustling Fortitude Valley.
TRYP By Windham is Brisbane’s latest boutique hotel, boasting 65 rooms and a whole lot of character. The TRYP hotel site also sits atop of one of the city’s most interesting historical locations – the original building was once the clubhouse of the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes, the Brisbane chapter of an international and mysterious secret society. This unique character and quirky history of the building has been artfully restored, providing a charming foundation for TRYP’s alluring aesthetic – which is a masterful fusion of traditional hotel comforts and contemporary edgy design. Mixing striking artwork with suave finishes, such as 150-year-old renewed timber flooring, TRYP is also Fortitude Valley’s only street art hotel, featuring the works of world acclaimed artists, Fintan Magee, Numskull, Rone and Beastman.
And besides the roof top bar, ridiculously comfy king beds and double-sized showers, the most important feature is a Vittoria pod coffee machine and luxurious ZAMBELI amenities in each and every room.
The Fashion Advocate x