Canberra, ACT: One-Night City Break for Two People with Food and Beverage Credit at Rydges Canberra
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The Hotel: Rydges Canberra

Rydges Canberra, accommodation in the beating heart of Australia’s capital.

Whether visiting for business or pleasure, guests can enjoy some of the best features and amenities available in the city. Relax at The George Bar with one of their signature cocktails or let yourself be taken on a culinary journey in The George Grill. Enjoy our complimentary on site fitness facilities or take a dip in their heated swimming pool.

Let the stylish surroundings and convenient location of Rydges Canberra inspire you to discover the Nation’s capital. The hotel is located within close proximity to some of Canberra’s leading attractions, including Parliament House, the National Gallery of Australia, Questacon and The National Library.

Free WiFi in rooms and throughout the hotel allows guests to stay connected to friends and family even while travelling away from home.

The superior rooms offer a pleasant and elegant spot for a good-night rest with its signature “Dream” bedding and newly-renovated bathrooms. To keep the guests entertained, the rooms also feature LCD TVs with cable or satellite and free Wi-Fi access to stay on top of the emails or to keep in touch with friends.

Room Details

Superior Queen Room

  • Bed size/type: Queen bed
  • Standard occupancy: Two people
  • Maximum occupancy: Two people
  • The room features ensuite with walk-in shower, refrigerator, minibar, tea- and coffee-making facilities, LCD TV, free Wi-Fi access, and air conditioning.

The Area: Canberra

Canberra is a planned metropolis that architect Walter Burley Griffin envisioned as a garden city for some 25,000 people. Canberra is currently home to about 300,000 people. However, due to the unique sprawled and de-centralised design, the city maintains its small town atmosphere.

As well as being home to some of the country’s most significant monuments and museums, Canberra’s unique attractions include the annual ‘Celebration of Spring’ flower festival Floriade, in which more than a million blooms go into the show. As well as the stunning exhibits, there are also horticultural workshops, music, local artistry, and events that include the spectacular Floriade NightFest. The stunning man-made lakes, hot air balloon displays, local wineries, fine dining, natural wildlife, and blossoming nightlife all contribute to Canberra’s bush-city charm.