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Stay Conveniently in Your Canberra Trip at Rydges Capital Hill Hotel Canberra

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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.

The Hotel: Rydges Capital Hill Hotel Canberra

The Rydges Capital Hill Hotel is perfectly located in the heart of Canberra, within a walking distance of the Parliament House, National Gallery of Australia, National Portrait Gallery, and many restaurants and bars, that will satisfy any craving. But there’s no need to leave the hotel to grab a bite or a drink—the Figtree Restaurant serves small plates, burgers, and steaks, while the Capital & Co Bar hosts happy hours Monday to Friday 5pm–7pm. The hotel’s indoor pool and gymnasium will ensure that guest can maintain their fitness routine, even on a holiday.

Canberra: 1- or 2-Night City Break for 2 with Breakfast & Optional Dinner at Rydges Capital Hill Hotel

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