Australian Capital Territory: all our hotels

The Australian Capital Territory is home to many of Australia’s most important federal institutions, national monuments, and museums, making it one of the most interesting places to visit. Combine this with a surrounding landscape that is ripe for outdoor adventure and exploration, and you’ve got a destination you will never forget. Whether you're travelling for business or pleasure, don't forget our Best Price Guarantee means that you can be sure of booking ACT accommodation at the best rate.
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Australian Capital Territory: All our hotels

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Australian Capital Territory

Why visit The Australian Capital Territory

The capital of the ACT, Canberra is also the capital of Australia and presents a range of iconic museums, galleries and historical monuments for you to explore. Whether you're looking to indulge in some culture or relax amongst nature, you are guaranteed to find something to pique your curiosity and recharge your soul. With so much to see and do, it's amazing how the smallest state in Australia has so much to offer.

When to visit The Australian Capital Territory

Unlike most of Australia's big cities, the Australian Capital Territory is inland and not located on the coast, so the temperatures are less mild, meaning the summers are hot and the winters are cold. We recommend visiting the ACT in the spring months (September to November), when the days start to heat up while the nights are still pleasantly cool.

Getting around The Australian Capital Territory

The ACT has an extensive bus network that connects central Canberra with surrounding suburbs of Belconnen, Gungahlin, Tuggeranong, Woden, Weston Creek and Molonglo. Make sure you purchase a MyWay card or buy single tickets on board to hop on public transport. If you want a more scenic perspective, there are extensive bikeways and bike trails with notable mountain bike tracks dotted around.

Things to do in The Australian Capital Territory

Starting in Canberra, take a tour of the National Museum of Australia or the Australian War Memorial before winding down for some R&R at the National Botanic Gardens. Visit the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve and take a walk along the Koala Path, wander the Sanctuary Loop and challenge yourself to the Camels Hump trail for scenic views over the city. But if you really want the best view of the state, taking a hot air balloon flight as the sun rises with Balloon Aloft promises to leave an impression.

Where to eat and drink in The Australian Capital Territory

The inner-city suburb of Braddon is an emerging hub for memorable eats, charming shops, microbreweries and artisanal delights. Sample a craft beer or cider at Bentspoke or sip on barista-brewed coffee in one of Braddon's many coffee shops and cafes for brunch. The surrounding wine regions are a wine lover's haven with more than 40 wineries, including Shaw Wines, Mount Majura Vineyard and Brindabella Hills Winery, and only less than an hours drive from the city.

Where to stay in The Australian Capital Territory

Feel welcome in one of the hotels or apartments offered by Accor in Australian Capital Territory, Australia on your next business trip or relaxing family holiday. Whether it's for one night or an extended stay, choose from our selection of comfortable ACT accommodation, to match any budget.


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