Brisbane Street Art Hotel - TRYP Fortitude Valley For Sale


Brisbane’s only street art hotel - TRYP Fortitude Valley is to be offered for sale in an International Expressions of Interest campaign.

Wayne Bunz and Rob Cross of CBRE Hotels have been exclusively appointed to sell the new 4-star boutique hotel, which opened late last year in the trendy Fortitude Valley area in Brisbane.

The hotel is the first TRYP by Wyndham branded hotel in the Asia Pacific region and a flagship property for the international operator Wyndham Hotels & Resorts.

The hotel features 65 well-appointed guest rooms, a library themed meeting room and exceptional food and beverage outlets, including the rooftop bar ‘Up on Constance’ and its iconic restaurant Chur Burger, from award-winning chef Warren Turnbull.

Each floor of the hotel features striking urban street art and colourful murals by street artists Magee, Numskull, Rone and Beastman, coupled with an exceptional blend of finishes showcasing elements of Brisbane’s unique heritage.

TRYP Fortitude Valley has been widely recognised for its unique architecture with a number of awards, including the Master Builders award for building and renovation, the Queensland Institute of Architects regional award for interior architecture and is also nominated in the upcoming Australian Institute of Architects national awards.

The sale plans coincide with the owner’s decision to focus on developing additional TRYP hotels. TRYP’s owner Jay McPhee noted that: “Upon the successful sale of TRYP Fortitude Valley, we will be looking to partner with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts to assist with their rapid expansion of TRYP hotels across Australia.”

Wyndham’s growth strategy includes key locations such as Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and the Gold Coast.

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