Best Apartments in Canberra

Best Apartments in Canberra
Modern Apartment Building Source: Big Stock Photos

Below is a list of the top and leading Apartments in Canberra. To help you find the best apartments located near you in Canberra, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

Canberra’s Best Apartments:

The top rated apartments that offers best quality accommodations and facilities are:

  • Nesuto Canberra
  • Astra Apartments
  • Canberra Executive Apartment

Nesuto Canberra

Best Apartments in Canberra
Nesuto Canberra Source: https://www.nesuto.com/canberra/

Nesuto the original Nesuto Group was established in 1982, it was one of Australia and New Zealand’s leading accommodation chains of finest quality furnished apartments and serviced apartments. In year 2017, Daiwa Living Management Co. Ltd (DLM), one of the largest Rental Housing management companies in Japan, together with Cosmos Initia Co, Ltd (CI), a Residential Developer in Japan, jointly purchased 75% of Waldorf New Zealand and Asutralia Group, creating Daiwa Living Waldorf Group. In 2018 DLM became the only owner of the Nesuto brand and portfolio. Nesuto, the Japanese pronunciation of “nest”, was created to redefine apartment-hotel stays and design a “nest” for their guests. They exist to provide real and genuine experiences. They truly engage to deliver heartfelt, honest service by their team who are passionate, caring, agile and connected.

Products/Services:

Free WiFi, Fully Equipped Kitchen and Laundry Facilities, Foxtel TV channels, Heated Swimming Pool and Spa, Fully Equipped Gymnasium, Rooftop Terrace with BBQ Area,
Half-sized Rooftop Tennis Court, Guest Lounge , Undercover Security Parking

Location:

Address: 2 Akuna St, Canberra ACT 2601
Phone: (02) 6229 1234
Website: www.nesuto.com

Review:

“Great apartment,very good value for money in a very convenient location”-Bruce Koscheck

Astra Apartments

Astra Apartments is one of Canberra’s oldest and most delightful suburbs. Their Kingston self-contained accommodation are in a prime location, with easy access to Canberra’s business and legal precincts. A wide range of cafes, restaurants and bars are just a short walk away. Each corporate apartment has modern design, spacious, fully furnished and features a fully-equipped laundry and kitchen. Everything that you need to be comfortable is included. Corporate travelers, visiting diplomats and executives relocating for business will find these apartments ideal for an extended stay.

Products/Services:

Elegantly Designed Interiors and Chic Furnishings, Secure access and Personal Astra Check-in Service & Onsite Service , Weekly Service Clean, Full HD TVs with DVD player and Hi-Fi,
Ducted Heating and Cooling, Fully-equipped Kitchen, In-apartment Laundry Area , Spacious Private Balconies, On-site Gymnasium, Secure Complimentary Car Parking

Location:

Address: Bunda St, Canberra ACT 2601
Phone: 1300 797 321
Website: www.astraapartments.com.au

Review:

“Great apartment for base in Canberra. Excellent amenities, facilities and check-in procedure. Location was superb, you can walk to almost everywhere if you are keen.”
-Didum Didee

Canberra Executive Apartment

Best Apartments in Canberra
Canberra Executive Apartment Source: http://canberraexecutiveapartments.com.au/

Canberra Executive Apartment offers luxury afforded in 5 star hotels at an affordable price. It is located in the heart of Canberra across from the Casino and within walking distance to all major attractions. Restaurants, shops and cafes in near proximity. Beautifully appointed with designer furniture and all the modern facilities one could wish for including pool, spa and gym. For an added fee they can organise someone to come and prepare your meals. Once you stay you will never want to leave.

Products/Services:

High Quality Furniture Built, Sheridan Linen, Large Pool, Spa, Gym, Cafe

Location:

Address: 240 Bunda St, Canberra ACT 2601
Phone: (02) 6260 2562
Website: www.canberraexecutiveapartments.com.au

Review:

“Great place to stay has everything you want n closed to the main centre of Canberra”
-Geraldin Flood

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