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Mercure Canberra Belconnen has a restaurant, fitness center, a bar and casino in Canberra. It was very nice and fresh and the people who worked there was really friendly
Located in Canberra, a 10-minute walk from Canberra Centre, Midnight Hotel, Autograph Collection has air-conditioned accommodations and a bar. The rooms are modern and extra clean. The mini bar was complimentary which is unique here.
Conveniently set in the Canberra City Centre district of Canberra, The Sebel Canberra Civic is located a 5-minute walk from Canberra Centre, 600 yards from National Convention Center Canberra and a... location, cleanliness, comfortable
Featuring free WiFi and a fitness center, Vibe Hotel Canberra Airport offers spacious accommodations, located at Canberra Airport. The location was great, really close to the airport also I had a lot of time to ready up for my next...
Little National Hotel offers luxurious accommodations in Canberra. Positioned within the Realm Precinct, on National Circuit Barton, the hotel enjoys views of the city, Parliament House and cultural... Very quiet, cozy room, very comfortable bed.
Located on 2.5 acres of manicured gardens and lawns, the 1920s-style Brassey of Canberra is just 5 minutes' drive from the Parliament of Australia and Capital Circle. Very clean and comfortable! Great staff and perfect location!! We'll be back soon!
Located 0.6 mi from Old Parliament House and Capital Hill, Hotel Kurrajong Canberra is a heritage-listed property with a café, restaurant and 100MB of free WiFi per day, per room. The location, interior design, food
Located in the elegant suburb of Barton, on the footsteps of Parliament House, Hotel Realm is contemporary in design and features 2 day spas, 2 health clubs and 5 on-site restaurants. the suite was large and inviting
Deco Hotel Canberra has a restaurant, fitness center, a bar and shared lounge in Canberra. What we liked about is the modern and clean style of the unit and there is a veranda too.
Located in the heart of Canberra, this stylish hotel offers a restaurant and a fitness center. All luxury accommodations features a private balcony with outdoor furniture. The whole experience was amazing,
East Hotel and Apartments features an on-site restaurant, a bar, a fitness center and 24/7 reception. Each studio and apartment includes air TV and chromecasts in each. The combination of the exceptional Italian restaurant, chic bar, modern decor and design with...
Offering a state-of-the-art fitness center with indoor swimming pool and sauna, this luxury hotel is only 5 minutes' drive from Parliament House. Gym and Pool along with the location
Abode Belconnen has a restaurant, seasonal outdoor swimming pool, a fitness center and bar in Canberra. This 4-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and a business center. The staff was very friendly and helpful when I needed it.
Located in Queanbeyan, 5.4 miles from Canberra Railway Station, Hotel Queanbeyan Canberra provides accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar. good location, very nicely renovated rooms that still have the original character. Very clean.
Just 5 minutes’ drive from the Australian War Memorial, Canberra Rex Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi. The Rex Hotel Was great. The room was comfortable and the bed fantastic. We loved the rooftop...
Offering a 24/7 front desk, a fitness center and a bar, Ovolo Nishi is located 5 minutes' drive from Parliament House and the site of the beautiful Floriade display. Love the decorating in boutique style.
The Last Post Ceremony is a must. Very moving. We were invited to lay a wreath during the ceremony to commemorate my Great Uncle. Totally unexpected but the Memorial staff we’re so well organised and everything was provided for us to participate. The whole Memorial is well managed and respectful to our veterans. Take advantage of the staff and their knowledge. They were incredibly professional and helpful and they have excellent knowledge of the memorial and the history within its walls.
Museum part of the Australian War Memorial gave me the stories and horrors of war. Give yourself plenty of time to read and learn, it is scary to read what us humans can do to each other, important for all of us to understand the misery of war. Hall of Memory, The Unknown Soldier all who worked in War Memorial told us not to miss. Don't Miss It. It took me to a silence, respect and somewhere within it will complete your visit.
An excellent display, a beautiful place to visit - but it's a building site, and doubts formed in our mind about whether the proposed new build at the front of the site will destroy much of its historic value and the vista of which it is a part which includes a linear visual line from Parliament through to Mount Ainslie. We had to enter not through the front entrance, but the side. Again, is the Australian taxpayer getting good value for money here?
Was wonderful to see the renovations and changes to the galleries. We were privileged to lay a wreath at the last post ceremony. Make sure you pre-book your free entry tickets for the different sessions - due to covid and limited numbers .
Amazing place, so many exhibitions & things to see. It helps us try to understand the enormous sacrifices made by our forebears, & current armed forces & support staff. We'll go back here for sure!
Incredible, a place that everyone should view a must for all the Family. Do allow extra time as there is so much to see and do as you explore the history and lives I those who gave us the chance to have what we enjoy today. Lest we forget
Australian War Memorial is a place of deep cultural significance that allows visitors the opportunity to gain some insight into the realities and cruelty of war, as well as the bravery and heroism of those who have been involved in the conflicts Australia has been part of. The Last Post Ceremony is a truly moving experience, not to be missed. By far the highlight of our trip. All staff, Administrators and Curators are to be congratulated on their wonderful, ongoing work.
Australian War Memorial - very different to last visit & a celebration of success in adversity NOT of war