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Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Hyatt Hotel Canberra – a Park Hyatt Hotel

In 1924 'Hostel Canberra' opened its doors and became a hub for parliamentarians and distinguished visitors, creating an enduring bond with the Canberra community.  Today vintage elegance welcomes our guests. The original hotel section is heritage listed and has been faithfully restored to its former Art Deco grace and charm. 
Hyatt Hotel Canberra – A Park Hyatt Hotel, surrounded by hectares of landscaped gardens on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, is located in the heart of Australia's diplomatic enclave of Yarralumla.  Only two minutes drive from the city centre, the low-rise hotel with outdoor courtyards and sun filled verandas retains the serene and inviting atmosphere of a country estate.  The building is registered by the Australian Heritage Commission and is renowned as an Art Deco masterpiece. 
Our 252 spacious guestrooms and suites feature Art Deco furnishings and magnificent marble bathrooms. Free Wi-Fi is available for all Hotel guests for up to five devices per room.
From October we are proving extra incentive to explore our Hyatt Neighbouhood in Canberra! When you stay for two or more nights at Hyatt Hotel Canberra before the end of the year you can enjoy a bonus credit of $100 towards our gourmet offerings; a seafood buffet in The Promenade Café, enjoy a local Canberran wine in Speaker's Corner Bar, indulge in our iconic Afternoon Tea or treat yourself to a relaxing night with room service.  Ask our reservation agents about this fantastic promotion, or you can book online at
Its restaurant, bars and the delightful 1920's style Tea Lounge provide a range of casual dining options, while The Clubhouse Fitness Centre offers a fully equipped gymnasium, state-of-the-art cardio-theatre, sauna, spa, indoor heated pool and massage room along with bike hire and floodlit tennis court for guests to enjoy.
Ambassador Lounge is an exclusive area of the hotel available for guests who desire enhanced, personalised service.  Guests have the benefit of using the Ambassador Lounge with open fireplace and balcony at their leisure.  With a dedicated Ambassador Lounge concierge on hand in the morning and evening, a personalised stay is guaranteed.
Extensive meeting facilities cater for both large and small conferences.  Conference rooms include the rectangular shaped Federation Ballroom, which is divisible into two as well as three naturally lit meeting rooms with outdoor gardens and the Centenary Ballroom located in the historic section of the hotel.  A grand sunlit Atrium is available for display and break out area.
The Hyatt Business Centre caters for the needs of business travellers, which offers guests 24-hour access to complete office facilities and equipment.

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