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The Constance

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  1. The exterior of The Constance hotel that contains a sepia toned mural of a woman, with a purple sunset behind the building
    The ConstanceBuilding exterior
  2. A shot of the king room with a white bed and a bright mural on the window depicting a man smoking a cigar and holding up clouds
    The ConstanceA king room
  3. A shot of the king spa room with a king bed with a graphic headboard and orange base, a yellow couch,  a desk, and a colourful mural of a man
    The ConstanceA king spa room

Time Out says

Immerse in the culture of street art before relaxing in the spa at this hotel in the heart of Fortitude Valley

Brisbane baes, beaus and boos and decor loving divas, The Constance has a distinctive style and extraordinary history that led to it becoming the street art hotel that it is. From its beginnings in 1955 as home to the Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes (that’s right an old freemason lodge)  and then semi demolished and derelict for five years it became the perfect place for Brisbane street artists to cover inner city urban walls. When the new owners discovered the art they tracked down all four artists Tyrone Everfresh (R.O.N.E.), Brad Eastman ‘Beastman’, Fintan Magee and Elliot ‘Numskull’. Each artist was commissioned to create artworks for a separate level. Match the street art with some distinctive designer decor in the 65 boutique rooms, private courtyards, internal spas and themed artist rooms and you have a hotel reflecting the character, comfort and sophistication of the corporate and cultural hub of Fortitude Valley. The small down to earth team at the Constance are waiting for you so don’t hesitate to book in.   

Interested in learning more about Australian street art? Check out our guide to to a short history of street art in Melbourne

Written by
Sandra Moon


14-20 Constance St
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