Giles Street. Griffith, Australian Capital Territory
50 apartments and studios
Located in the fashionable quarters of Kingston, Medina Classic Canberra is the preferred choice of both business and leisure tourists. Surrounded by cafes, chain of restaurants and swanky malls, this is one of the best locales in Canberra. If you are searching for one or two bedroom apartments and studios this is an apt place for you. It is one of the preferred Apartment Hotels in Canberra.
Accommodation in Medina Classic Canberra
The rooms and suites in Medina Classic Canberra Australia emit the very essence of Australia. There are 50 one , two, and three bedroom apartments . Some of the room facilities include:
En suite toilet
Direct dial STD/IDD
Fully air conditioned
Separate lounge / dining / work area
Fully equipped kitchen with oven, stove, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer
Dining in Medina Classic Canberra
The hotel has a trendy multi cuisine restaurant which offers a wide array of dishes. There is a cozy lounge bar and a coffee shop in the hotel. The décor and interior of the place reflects the elegance of the hotel.
Business in Medina Classic Canberra
The Medina Classic Canberra, Australia provides you descent conferencing facilities. The meeting rooms as well as the apartments are well set for conferences and seminars. The conference hall can accommodate up to 40 people. Overhead projectors, flipchart, whiteboard, markers are some of the facilities provided.
Recreation in Medina Classic Canberra
After you have slept off your fatigue, take recourse to the many recreational facilities that the hotel and the place as a whole offer you.
Indoor heated Swimming Pool
Other Facilities in Medina Classic Canberra
Some of the basic facilities that the hotel offers are:
24 hour front desk
The capital city of Australia Canberra is famous for more reasons than one. It is not only a thriving commercial and tourist center but also reflects Australia's progression from a remote continent to be one of the most developed nations in the world. The many museums and war memorials in Canberra gives a chronological update about its history.