Brassey Hotel

Brassey Hotel

Located on the footsteps of the Parliamentary Triangle, the Brassey Hotel is set on two and a half acres of manicured gardens and lawns. This 1920’s hotel has old world charm with all the comforts of a quality property. Positioned within the prestigious suburb of Barton, you will be a short stroll from all the iconic attractions including Parliament House, the National Gallery of Australia, the National Library, Old Parliament House and Lake Burley Griffin.

The Brassey Hotel is metres from the Realm Precinct where guests can access a variety of dining options including Chef Hatted fine dining, Japanese cuisine, wholefoods café, lounge bars, oven-fired pizza and tapas. The Burbury Hotel offers high tea each weekend on the rooftop terrace.

The Brassey Hotel is now under new management with Doma Hotels. Doma Hotels is the largest hotelier in Canberra’s Parliamentary district, offering high-quality accommodation including the 5 Star Hotel Realm, 4.5 Star Burbury Hotel & Apartments, the new Little National Hotel, Pinnacle Apartments and the heritage listed Brassey Hotel. Doma Hotels own and operate all of its hotel operations including food and beverage facilities.

DETAILS

AAA RATING

4.0 stars

CHECK IN

Check in 1400

Check out 1100

COSTS

Between $129.00 and $339.00

ACCESSIBILITY

Disabled access available, contact operator for details

Location

Brassey Hotel

Belmore Gardens and Macquarie Street, Barton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Features

Baggage Holding Room

Carpark

Family Friendly

Laundry

Non Smoking Establishment

Spa/Sauna

24 Hour Reception

Reviews

TripAdvisor traveller rating

BASED ON 1226 REVIEWS

Ranked #15 of 68 hotels in Canberra on TripAdvisor

Awards

  • Travelers Choice 2020

“Well Located, Clean and Quiet”

Reviewed on 12/04/2021

well located, very clean and very quiet. helpful staff. range of goodies to buy in the guest lounge area near the fire. we booked a year ago for the half marathon, changing the booking twice was no...

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327304d

“What you should know before you book . . .”

Reviewed on 10/04/2021

1. There are 80 rooms and 23 guest car spaces. Over the weekend, this is not a major problem as there is a public car park in front of the hotel. But we booked the location mid-week specifically...

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273annb

“Soul of The Brassey Hotel”

Reviewed on 09/04/2021

With the Removal of the Restaurant and the beautiful bar the The Brassey Hotel is just a bed. The Soul of the building has been ripped out When the Bar was in the The Brassey you could sit around and...

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TATHRA2021

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