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Hotel Realm - Barton Hotels

Hotel Realm

18 National Circuit, Barton - Map
"Nice facilities and friendly staff"
Business trip, the staff were friendly. Room was very well presented
A Traveller
Hotel realm offers 158 hotel and suite style accommodation rooms. Combining contemporary elegance with avant garde design …More
QT Canberra - Canberra Hotels

QT Canberra

London Circuit, Canberra - Map
"Hotel is handy for Lake Burley Griffin "
The hotel is quite nice. The room size was good and the bed comfy. We could see the lake from the room balcony. Hotel staff at reception were very helpful. There's a few cafes near the hotel for breakfast if you don't want to eat breakfast in the hotel.
Traveller from South Australia
Pavilion on Northbourne - Dickson Hotels

Pavilion on Northbourne

242 Northbourne Avenue, Dickson - Map
"Nice Hotel close to city centre"
Nice Hotel close to city center. Friendly Staff . Room cleanness and comfort is also good. Also offer free Car Parking .
A Traveller
Aria Hotel Canberra - Dickson Hotels

Aria Hotel Canberra

45 Dooring Street, Dickson - Map
"Clean and comfortable"
Very well appointed room. Very comfortable bed and room a generous size. I liked the balcony with view of mountains and surrounding area and also gave the option of fresh air although air conditioning available. Great shower. Staff helpful and polite.
Traveller from Sydney
Burbury Hotel & Apartments - Barton Hotels

Burbury Hotel & Apartments

1 Burbury Close, Barton - Map
"Nice hotel, close to Manuka and parliament house"
Good place to stay. Some of the upholstery was a bit marked but generally pretty good
Traveller from Perth WA
The Burbury hotel offers 106 hotel suite and apartment style accommodation rooms complemented by an in-house spa …More
Avenue Hotel Canberra - Braddon Hotels

Avenue Hotel Canberra

80 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon - Map
"Great Hotel"
Ease of check in/check out. Staff very accommodating and excellent parking on-site. Good value for the price. The Marble & Grain Restaurant was of a high standard - make sure you book !
Traveller from Dubbo NSW
Hotel Hotel - Canberra Hotels

Hotel Hotel

25 Edinburgh Ave, Canberra - Map
"Rooms too hot - couldn't turn temp down "
all a bit too dark and brooding - loved the bar and restaurant area but rooms not as impressive - need a desk or something for people to work on - worst part was the room was overheated and couldn't be adjusted
A Traveller
Welcome to Hotel Hotel - A place for People PeopleWe have 99-rooms - some cosy -some meandering and some just room room - We …More
Little National Hotel - Barton Hotels

Little National Hotel

21 National Circuit, Barton - Map
"Great hotel good value top location"
This is my second stay and the bed is beyond compare - the hotel is quiet and peaceful - staff are excellent and opposite is the Realm Hotel with all the facilities you need for food , bars etc
Traveller from Adelaide
Little National will offer affordable luxury to all. Set in the shadow ofParliament House - each of the 120 Little National …More
Best Western Tall Trees Canberra - Ainslie Hotels

Best Western Tall Trees Canberra

21 Stephen Street, Ainslie - Map
Great hotel. next time I will ask for an upstairs room. ground floor customers leaving early in the morning were noisy chatting and not considerate to those of us sleeping
A Traveller
Stay at this Canberra motel located in the historic, heritage-listed suburb of Ainslie, yet only minutes to the city center …More
Capital Executive Apartment Hotel - Braddon Hotels

Capital Executive Apartment Hotel

108 Northbourne Ave, Braddon - Map
"Very convenient hotel for our purposes."
The Capital Executive Apartment Hotel was very convenient to the places we wanted to visit. The kitchen facilities in our studio apartment were very good for preparing breakfasts & lunches. The cleaning staff were very co-operative to our requirements, fitting in with our movements. The fold out couch bed was a little lumpy on the springs and could use another layer of "padding" in that area. Overall, very good value for money.
Traveller from Melbourne
Located two blocks north of the CBD. A five minute stroll.. Our 83 room hotel is four star rated. Value That Impresses The …More

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    Accommodation In Canberra

    Tucked into the southeast corner of New South Wales is the Australian Capital Territory. Named so because—yup, you guessed it. The nation’s capital city of Canberra is located here.

    But don’t think that just because this is the home of the country’s government, it isn’t a lively place to visit. Quite the contrary. Just wait until you speed down Mount Stromo on two wheels, or listen to tunes at the folk festival…or do any number of amazing things, really.

    Would you like to see and experience this city for yourself? Check out Wotif’s excellent offers on Canberra hotel deals and be on your way in no time.

    Prior Proper Planning Prevents Piss-Poor Performance

    Leg One of your journey will involve a flight landing at Canberra Airport (CBR), 8km from the central business district. Hop in a taxi or ride the shuttle to your downtown accommodation or any of Wotif’s hotels near Canberra International Airport.

    So Hungry, You Could Eat a…

    We’re willing to bet you’re hungry right about now. If we’re right, make your way to Canberra Centre and explore the food court. You’ll find plenty of dining options, ranging from Mexican to Asian and Italian. Just think about it—you can get a couple of tacos with a side of fried rice and a cannoli for dessert. Now that’s what we call a threesome.

    If you’re looking for a more high-end dining experience, this city is no slouch. Many of the hotels in Canberra are within walking distance of fantastic restaurants along the London Circuit. Indian, Mediterranean,’s all there.

    Fun with the Family

    Are the kids coming along for your Canberra holiday? If they are, take them to the Questacon, a science and technology centre on the shore of Lake Burley Griffin. Check out the Awesome Earth exhibit and experience the raw power of the planet in the earthquake simulator. Next, head into the science theatre and catch a show from Questacon’s in-house theatre troupe. Yes, comedy and technology go together. How many programmers does it take to change a lightbulb? None. It’s a hardware problem. Hahahaha!

    After learning the ins and outs of science (but before heading back to your Canberra accommodation), take the kids back in time at the National Dinosaur Museum. They’ll be able to hang out in the Dinosaur Garden, where full-size fibreglass models of gigantic lizards like Stegosaurus, Tyrannosaurus Rex and Triceratops decorate the garden. You can even get a picture of the little ones inside the jaws of a T-Rex. Supposedly they like 8-year olds as an appetiser.

    Feeling Adventurous, Are You?

    When you’re on holiday, you’ve got to go on a bush walk. Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve is perfect just such an outing. There are over 20 marked trails to meander down, ranging from 10-minute strolls to all-day hikes. You’ll love seeing kangaroos and koalas roaming around in their natural habitat. Just remember, you can’t bring one home as a pet.

    We know how comfortable Canberra hotels can be, but you’ve got at least one more outdoor adventure in you. How does racing through sloping trails on a 21-speed mountain bike tickle your fancy? If it sounds dandy, make your way to Mount Stromlo and pedal your way along 35km of cross country single trails.

    If you’re feeling the need for speed, head for lower elevations on the downhill track. Hopefully the brake cables are still connected.

    Festivals, Fairs and More, Oh My

    Does the sound of mandolins, acoustic guitars and banjos make you feel all giddy inside? If you answered yes, book accommodation in Canberra at the end of March so you can attend the National Folk Festival at Exhibition Park. Good luck picking your favourite act out of the 220+ that perform.

    We think one of the greatest things humans ever did was combine food and wine. If you’re nodding in agreement, you’ll want to book hotels near the National Convention Centre in the middle of February, so you can take part in the Canberra Food & Wine Expo.

    Obviously you’ll be able to sample wines from all over the continent, but don’t forget about the breweries, whiskey distilleries and a seemingly endless number of food vendors to taste. Have fun getting back to your Canberra hotel after a long day of scarfing down delicious grub and spirits.

    Get Going Already

    Believe us, we’d like to tell you more about the country’s capital city, but this is all we’ve got. Don’t worry, it’s enough. Don’t even waste your time trying to find a better Canberra travel guide, because it doesn’t exist. At least not on this planet.

    You know what else is unbeatable? Wotif’s offers on places to stay in Canberra. Really, there is no need to look anywhere else. We’ve got you covered from here to there.