Hotels in Capital Hill

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Where to stay in Capital Hill?

Find out more about Capital Hill

What's Capital Hill Like?

There's a lot visitors like about Capital Hill, especially its bars and museums. Make sure to enjoy this family-friendly neighborhood's great shops and restaurants. Take in some culture at Old Parliament House and Questacon. There's plenty more to see, including National Archives of Australia and Parliament House.

Where are the Best Places to Stay in Capital Hill?

We have 19 accommodations in the neighborhood. Here are our travelers' top lodging choices in Capital Hill:

Hyatt Hotel Canberra - a Park Hyatt

Luxury hotel with indoor pool, restaurant
  • Free WiFi • Spa tub • Health club • Bar • Central location

Little National Hotel Canberra

4-star hotel with spa, restaurant
  • Free WiFi • 24-hour fitness center • Bar • Cafe • Central location

Brassey Hotel

4-star hotel with spa, bar
  • Free parking • Free WiFi • Spa tub • Health club • Central location

Hotel Kurrajong Canberra

Luxury hotel with restaurant, bar
  • Free WiFi • Fitness center • Terrace • Garden • Walkable location

Hotel Realm

Luxury hotel with spa, indoor pool
  • Free WiFi • Restaurant • Spa tub • Health club • Spacious rooms

How to Get to Capital Hill

Capital Hill is located 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from the heart of Canberra.

Flying to:

  • Canberra, ACT (CBR-Canberra Intl.), 3.5 mi (5.7 km) from Capital Hill

Things to See and Do in and around Capital Hill

What to See in Capital Hill

  • National Archives of Australia
  • Parliament House
  • Old Parliament House
  • National Library of Australia
  • Lake Burley Griffin

Things to Do in Capital Hill

  • Questacon
  • National Gallery of Australia
  • Museum of Australian Democracy
  • National Portrait Gallery
  • Albert Hall

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