Olims Hotel Canberra (Canberra)

Olims Hotel Canberra (Canberra)
Olims Hotel Canberra

country: Australia, city: Canberra (Braddon)

Olims Hotel Canberra Olims Hotel CanberraThe Olims Hotel Canberra, classified by the National Trust and one of the city's most famous hotels, combines the grandeur of yesteryear with all the comfort and conveniences.

The property is located just minutes away from the Canberra city centre and the local attractions such as The National Gallery of Australia, the Australian War Memorial and Parliament House. This boutique style hotel surrounds a picturesque garden courtyard and is within walking distance from the Mall.

The Olims Hotel features comfortable guestrooms that are well furnished and fully equipped with modern amenities.

When it comes to dining, guests have a choice of Alice Thai Restaurant with its contemporary and Thai a la carte menu or there is the relaxed atmosphere of the Ainslie Bistro.

The hotel also has a range of conference and meeting rooms for up to 180 people, perfect for weddings or for your next business event.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Banquet facilities
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Laundry facilities
Parking facilities (at cost)
Room service
Safe deposit box
Air conditioning
Internet access
Iron and ironing board
Mini bar
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Tea and coffee making facilities

Extra Information:

Corner Ainslie & Limestone Avenues
Canberra ACT 2612

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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