Wit, that’s not right. Canberra is not a native bird with a hankering for gumdrops, and it’s certainly nothing to laugh at. This is the capital of Australia we’re talking about! And when you’re visiting the epicenter of government, some respect must be shown.
Whether you’re speeding down Mount Stromlo on a 21-speed mountain bike or exploring the ever-evolving food scene, you’re bound to leave Canberra with plans to return. This city is no slouch when it comes to entertaining even the most discerning of travellers. And we can see that’s exactly what you are.
Your guide to Canberra hotels
Where are 5-star Canberra hotels?
Hyatt Hotel Canberra – a Park Hyatt’s spa tub, sauna, and indoor pool give you plenty of ways to float your troubles away. Take advantage of your deep soaking tub, and you can even schedule babysitting if you want to steal away for a grownup drink at the hotel bar.
Avenue Hotel Canberra is less than a ten-minute car ride from spots like the National Museum of Australia, Questacon, and Canberra Museum and Gallery. Each luxurious guestroom has a private balcony, and rainfall showerheads. The onsite steakhouse also serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
What Canberra hotels have a pool?
Novotel Canberra is a sleek luxury hotel with an indoor pool, a spa tub, and a sauna. It also has a chic restaurant and bar.
Little National Hotel’s thoughtful touches don’t end at the indoor pool and fitness centre. There’s also a rooftop bar for cocktails with a view, as well as a library for lounging.
Looking for Canberra hotels in the CBD?
Staying at a hotel in the CBD means saving both time and pennies on transportation.
Crowne Plaza Canberra is within strolling range of city centre sites like the Australian War Memorial and the National Convention Centre. Redsalt Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, plus there’s a kids’ menu for hungry little tummies.
Within a 15-minute meander of QT Canberra are Canberra Centre, Australian National University, and Lake Burley Griffin. 24-hour room service means you’ll get a hot meal no matter what time you return from a big day out exploring—or a night partying at the hotel’s onsite nightclub.
How much is a hotel room in Canberra?
Hotels in Canberra start at AU$82 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
*Price based on the lowest price found within past 24 hours and based upon one night stay for two adults over the next thirty days. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
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