70 Mary St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia

Furnished Apartment Building

Lodging

(07) 3503 8000

http://www.mantra.com.au/on-mary/

Open Hours

Monday 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Friday 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Saturday 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Sunday 7:00 AM – 11:00 PM


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Mantra on Mary

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Mo Jo
The staff were very friendly, accommodating, and helpful. The room itself was great too.
Matthew Shaw
Great room and good customer service
Sneha Choudhary
NOTE: Please do match each and every Inventory items before renting an apartment with mantra or before leaving out, Do take pictures to prove them that you have left things in the unit. We rented an apartment in Mantra for 2 years but had a bad experience while coming out..Paid them $475 for bond cleaning for 1 bedroom which is too expensive...And then received an email after 2 days saying most of the utensils are missing. When I requested management to check with cleaners if they have kept in other drawers, Received a rude email from the Property Manager saying : It is not appropriate to contact staff on their mobiles, nor is it appropriate to imply a cleaner would feel the need to take a teaspoon. But Is it appropriate to blame your tenants??? After a day they said cleaners confirmed nothing was there and I have to replace or pay money for the missing items. When I opted for replacing, they came back saying It should be same as hotel stock which clearly means that it's mandatory to pay what they are asking. Paid $104 for the old utensils which surely wasn't worth $104. Few great wordings from the email- It is not appropriate to contact staff on their mobiles, nor is it appropriate to imply a cleaner would feel the need to take a teaspoon. As it appears throughout the tenancy, items went missing, the responsibility is on you, the tenant, to either replace these items or offer the owner a monetary compensation amount for us to replace the items on your behalf.
Maddy Walker
Staff were very rude and had an attitude, room had no windows whatsoever so couldn’t see city view. Felt very claustrophobic. Can also hear and smell the rubbish shoot from hallways.
Kellie Blakemore
Don't pay for breakfast on top of the room rate, it's cheaper to go to the cafe and pay separately for most items. I paid $10 extra by pre-paying. Rooms are ok but no free wifi unless you're a rewards member

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