Hotel Kurrajong Canberra originally opened in 1926, a time when personal style was celebrated. And so it is again. The hotel has been refurbished to its original grandeur, with 21st century comforts carefully incorporated.
Hotel Kurrajong boasts 147 beautifully appointed rooms, 26 of which are located in the heritage wing, including superb executive suites, balcony rooms and terrace suites.
Paying homage to the past, with inspiration from today, the team at Chifley's Bar & Grill create a unique experience for diners in a classically elegant dining room, which extends to a glassed-in terrace overlooking the hotel gardens. The menu features locally foraged and seasonal produce, actively adopting a paddock to plate philosophy to ensure freshness and flavour.
It’s old world charm with a stylish and contemporary twist. The light on the hill has been relit. Follow it to Hotel Kurrajong Canberra.
Many national archives and galleries are within a short distance, including the celebrated National Gallery of Australia and National Portrait Gallery, with their impressive permanent and touring international exhibitions. The nearby Questacon and National Museum celebrate science, technology and history, while the Australian War Memorial pays tribute to Australia’s serving men and women, past and present.
The Canberra CBD is less than a 10-minute drive away, giving you access to a wide range of restaurants, cafés and bars. Dining ranges from dine-in restaurants, with French, Italian, Japanese, Chinese and Indian cuisine, through the casual dining, such as take-aways, food courts and pub meals. A number of Canberra cafés also specialise in all-day breakfasts.
There is a variety of shopping to be found in Civic, including the large shopping precinct known as Canberra Centre. This mecca of fashion and retail offers everything from bargain shopping, high fashion boutiques, homewares and lifestyle stores, and chain supermarkets.