Located two blocks north of the Canberra CBD, a 5 minutes walk.
The Capital is a four star 83 room hotel perfectly located.
VALUE THAT IMPRESSES
The Capital Executive Apartment Hotel located just a short stroll from the City Centre, down Canberra's most tree-lined boulevard, Northbourne Avenue, is your stylish and comfortable "home away from home".
The 59 studio apartments and 24 luxury spa suites, combined with 24 hour undercover security parking, offers the holidaymaker or business traveller four * rated luxury at realistic prices.
FEATURES THAT PLEASE
Soak up the classic modern ambience that is our stunning three-storey atrium as you enjoy a pre-dinner drink or a quiet meeting in any of the intimate leather lounge areas. Pamper yourself in the sauna or heated spa pool, after that workout in the gym. As day becomes night, enjoy Canberra's languid summer evenings outdoors in our alfresco courtyard overlooking the stately pines of Haig Park; or, if it's just that special time together, simply phone for our prompt and friendly room service. The choice is yours.
ROOMS TO RELAX IN
All rooms types feature reverse cycle air-conditioning and are serviced and maintained to four * standard.
The Studio Apartments feature large open-plan design and modern bathrooms, with the facilities you expect to find, plus direct-dial telephone, kitchenettes in all rooms, large fridges, colour television, FREE FOXTEL: FOX Sports 1 & 2 and FOX 8, radio/alarm and FREE In-House Movies.
The luxury spa suites offer all the above, and have the added benefit of a separate bedroom and spa bath. With the added attraction of cooking facilities in all room types, including 2 x hotplates, sink, microwave and was again a finalist in the 2000, 2001 & 2002 at the AHA Awards. The Haig Italian Restaurant won Highly Commended in 2003 at the AHA Awards for Best Casual Dining. The Haig Italian Restaurant was Runner-up at the ACT 2000 & 2001 Restaurant and Catering Awards for Best European. The Haig Italian Restaurant was a Runner-up at the AHA 2000 & 2001 Awards for Excellence for Best Restaurant. Mr Robert Oliver 50% Owner of The Haig Italian Restaurant won Canberra's Best Head Chef in 2004 at the AHA Awards for Excellence. Mr David Brinkley 50% Owner of The Haig Italian Restaurant won Canberra's Best Head Chef in 2005 at the AHA Awards for Excellence. Mr Robert Oliver 50% Owner of The Haig Italian Restaurant won Canberra's Best Head Chef in 2007 at the AHA Awards for Excellence. The Haig Italian Restaurant won Best Restaurant in a Hotel/Motel - ACT Region at the 2007 Restaurant and Catering Awards for Excellence. We specialise in catering for children...
Things To Do
CBD, Canberra Shopping Centre and Canberra Theatre are a pleasant 10 minute walk. It is only a 10 minute drive to the War Memorial, Questacon Science & Technology Centre, Lake Burley Griffin, Australian National Museum, Australian National Gallery, The ANU, New & Old Parliament House, Embassy Residencies, 70 Social Clubs, Cockington Green Miniature Village, The AIS, Canberra Casino,
Canberra Airport, and the National Aquarium.
Things To Do:
Art Galleries - National Gallery of Australia, National Portrait Gallery at Old Parliament House
Ballooning - Hot air balloon rides over Lake Burley Griffin
White Water Rafting - On the Murrumbidgee River
Bush Walking - Nature Walks in the Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve
Cycling - Over 180 kms of cycle paths around Canberra.
Fishing - On Lake Burley Griffin and Snowy Mountains
Golf - The Murrumbidgee Country Club is nearby
Horse Riding - In the Brindabella Ranges
International Culture - Drive around the embassies, many in their national architectural styles
Museums - Australian War Memorial, National Library of Australia, National Film and Screen Archive, Old Parliament House, National Museum of Australia
National Monuments - New Parliament House Australia, Captain Cook Memorial Jet - water jet over Lake Burley Griffin
Carillon - bell instrument, Royal Australian Mint
Scenic locations - Telstra Tower
Mt Ainslie and Red Hill lookouts, Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve, National Botanic Gardens
Science - Questacon interactive science centre, Tidbinbilla Deep Space complex
Sport - Australian Institute of Sport
Tuggeranong Town Centre Sports Club - lawn bowls and tennis, Tuggeranong Basketball Stadium and Aquatic Centre, Ten Pin Bowling
Wildlife - National Aquarium and Australian Wildlife Sanctuary
Wine - Kamberra wine centre.