Park Hyatt, Canberra

This heritage hotel has a rich Art Deco influence with 252 rooms and suites in a heritage-inspired setting close to Old Parliament House and Lake Burley Griffin.

This heritage hotel has a rich Art Deco influence with 252 rooms and suites in a heritage-inspired setting close to Old Parliament House and Lake Burley Griffin. The hotel was built in 1927 to house visiting politicians and it served as the official residence for the Prime Minister James Scullin who came to power in 1929. A large lobby features high ceilings and Art Deco elements and a choice of bar and restaurants provides ample dining options. High tea in the sprawling Tea Lounge is a Canberra institution.

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