June 17, 2019

The national capital and its centre of parliament provide an elegant, tranquil setting that is characterised by landmark natural and built structures.

The splendour of Lake Burley Griffin, with its neighbouring National Gallery of Australia, other world-class museums, and a burgeoning food, wine and coffee-lovers’ scene, provide the makings for a weekend filled with the fine art of relaxation.

You can take to the skies in a range of breathtaking hot air ballooning experiences to capture the sunrise magic of Canberra’s serene location and abundant national parkland.

Indulge in a spot of retail therapy with the designer labels on offer at the Canberra Centre.

Or you could simply sit, back, relax and soak up the surroundings at a range of luxurious accommodation options with great deals offered at Hotels.com.

The Hyatt Hotel Canberra harks back to an era of old-world glamour with contemporary flair and styling. This luxurious five-star hotel, part of the Park Hyatt group, provides a sprawling, perfectly manicured setting and the city’s finest offerings in food, wine and full-service day spa treatments.

 

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Hyatt Hotel Canberra

 

 

You are also exquisitely placed within strolling distance of Lake Burley Griffin and the National Gallery of Australia – for perusing the blockbuster exhibitions and world-famous works in its permanent collection.  The National Portrait Gallery is also close at hand, for art lovers who seek the ultimate relaxation in visual immersion.

The five-star Ovolo Nishi is the latest in designer styling. Located in the centre of Civic, this fashionista favourite features the cream of haute cuisine, luxurious appointments and facilities, including a premium full-service day spa. When these essential elements combine, the Ovolo Nishi experience is custom-made for weekend-style indulgence, relaxation and, ultimately, rejuvenation.

 

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Ovolo Nishi

 

Weekend visitors can also choose from a range of centrally located and elegantly styled luxury hotels that innately inspire the art of relaxation.

Hotels.com offers accommodation options at the stylish 4.5-star Hotel Realm on the National Circuit, 4.5-star Peppers Gallery Hotel and the 4.5-star Novotel Canberra, with its breathtaking indoor pool, steam room and spa bath, just to name a few.

These upmarket hotel options are not only attractively priced, but also offer tranquil settings, first-class hotel facilities and services, and stunning lake, Parliament House or city-access and outlook.

Where would you love to stay in the nation’s capital? SHARE WITH US in the comments below.


  • This looks really beautiful ! Sure would like to make a trip to the nations capital. I’ve never been there so wouldn’t know where to stay, but a beautiful atmosphere and wonderful styled room can sure help to relax

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  • I’ve never been to Canberra but would love to go. Staying somewhere over looking Lake Burley Griffin would be awesome!

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  • I’ve only been to Canberra once but I loved it. Would love to go back. What I wouldn’t do for a holiday at the moment.

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  • Canberra is one of my favourite cities to visit; so much to see and do. These accommodation suggestions are great.

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  • Those hotels look like they would be lovely to have a nice relaxing weekend away in!

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  • Canberra can have its nice Hotels to stay in. The Hyatt is the Best and indeed especially for “High Tea” which is one of my favourite things to go to with my daughters.

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  • I have a great friend I’d love to visit wouldn’t matter where I stayed.

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  • Where you sleep isn’t the problem in Canberra. It is where you will find some food to eat. It is so hard to find the shopping centres and food outlets and you can’t stop on the side of a road to look one up either.

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  • I went to Canberra last year sadly for only one day. We stayed at Pinnacle Apartments. It was really lovely there and would love to stay there again. However the Hyatt looks so breathtakingly beautiful.

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  • The Hyatt looks inviting. I’ve never been to Canberra so anywhere would do…as long as it had sufficient heating :-)

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  • I have seen so many cosy little accommodation spots in the Adelaide Hills lately that I would love to try out! Open fire places, wine, nature walks and wineries close by… ahhhhh

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  • I’d love to stay at the Hyatt Hotel and have their High Tea as well

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  • This looks so relaxing. Dreaming of a mellow weekend.

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  • We stayed in a beautiful motel in Canberra CBD that I would prefer than this. It had very long leafy living plants hanging down from every interior balcony with lighting highlighting their beauty, also a water feature. Scenery from outer balconies was nothing short of spectacular.

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  • These places look terrific but probably more than I could afford

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