Discover your Canberra accommodation
Mantra on Northbourne
Centrally located on the north side of Canberra's CBD, Mantra on Northbourne is a short stroll from the city's thriving shopping and dining precinct, business centre and a plethora of famous attractions. The the ideal base for business and leisure travellers.
BreakFree Capital Tower
BreakFree Capital Tower is located on the picturesque northern foreshore of Lake Burley Griffin and enjoys stunning views over the Lake, the towering Brindabella Ranges and the sparkling lights of Canberra City.
ibis Styles Canberra
Winner of multiple regional tourism awards, ibis Styles Canberra is located in the leafy suburb of Narrabundah in the Nations Capital, Canberra. This 4-star property has 209 rooms ranging from comfy Standard rooms for the budget conscious through to Deluxe Suites.
Mercure Canberra combines old world charm with modern comforts. Set around an impressive internal courtyard, the hotel is the ideal place to unwind after a hard day at work, or relax after exploring the many tourist attractions or outdoor activities that Canberra has to offer.
ibis Styles Eagle Hawk
ibis Styles Canberra Eagle Hawk is located 15 minutes from Canberra CBD and 10 minutes drive from the airport. The hotel has 151 rooms and is located in a peaceful bush land setting and is a one of a kind venue for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the Nation's capital.
Mantra MacArthur Hotel
Looking for accommodation in Canberra? Somewhere near the CBD? The all-new Mantra MacArthur Hotel, centrally located and offers the ideal base for your next stay in our nation's capital.
Canberra is the capital city of Australia, ocated in the Australian Capital Territory. The site of Canberra was selected for the location of the nation's capital in 1908 as a compromise between rivals Sydney and Melbourne.
Canberra is the site of Parliament House, the High Court and numerous government departments and agencies. Canberra is also the location of many social and cultural institutions of national significance, such as the Australian War Memorial, Australian National University, Australian Institute of Sport, National Gallery, National Museum and the National Library.
Canberra is a planned city and the inner-city area was originally designed by Walter Burley Griffin, a major 20th century American architect.
Lake Burley Griffin is the site of the Captain James Cook Memorial and the National Carillon. Other sites of interest in Canberra include the Black Mountain Tower, the Australian National Botanic Gardens, the National Zoo and Aquarium, the National Dinosaur Museum and Questacon – the National Science and Technology Centre.