Luxury hotel in the heart of the Australian capital
Just a few minutes from Capital Hill and the Parliament building, the Hyatt Hotel Canberra is truly located at the heart of Australias capital city. As such, the majority of the regions varied attractions and points of interest are within a short distance of the property.
Located on Commonwealth Avenue, the road that connects the north and the south of the city by passing over Lake Burley Griffin, this 5-star establishment offers guests not just convenience but also luxury comfort.
Guests can choose from a wide range of room types of which even the least expensive is still full of amenities. Each of the hotels 252 guestrooms comes with en-suite bathroom that includes marble tiles, a deep bathtub and separate shower. Bedrooms are equipped with cable or satellite television with on-demand channels, mini-bar and fridge, individual air-conditioning, hairdryer, and ironing facilities.
Rooms also feature a work desk and comfortable sitting area. Internet is available wired or wireless, whilst a morning newspaper is delivered daily. Other extras include alarm clock, tea and coffee making facilities, in-room safe, and 24 hour reception. Business services, including boardrooms in which to meet, are also offered by the Hyatt.
The hotel features an extensive health and fitness centre. Known as The Clubhouse the centre houses a spa, sauna, heated swimming pool, floodlit tennis courts, gymnasium, and massage service, all of which can be overseen by a personal trainer.
The Promenade Caf provides guests at the Hyatt Hotel Canberra with an la carte menu at dinner time as well as breakfast and lunchtime options. Friday and Saturday evenings sees a fresh seafood buffet on offer. The Tea Lounge offers guests their choice of tea, of which there are many, or champagne, whilst the Speakers Corner Bar is a fine environment to sit back and relax.
Those visiting the city on pleasure will find Canberra a mix of greenery and unique buildings. Constructed during the garden city movement, there are parks and gardens scattered throughout the city, especially around Lake Burley Griffin. As the countrys capital, a large number of official government buildings can be seen, particularly along Commonwealth Avenue and in Capital Hill.
Visitors should ensure they visit the stunning greenery around Lake Burley Griffin. The many parks that feature on its banks are a part of the Canberra Nature Park. The Australian National Botanic Gardens can also be found on the north banks of the lake. A memorial to Captain James Cook, who first discovered Australia, is found at the lake also.
The city also enjoys a rich cultural heritage with museums, galleries, and theatres located within its central streets. Those that enjoy to shop will find a wide range of stores and shops, including some of the nations largest chain stores. Cafs and restaurants are conveniently located for when a break is needed. On top of this, the city has an enjoyable nightlife, popular with tourists and locals alike.
Regardless of what you choose to do with your time in the city, the Hyatt Hotel Canberra offers a fine resting place to return to.