There’s a new breed of Canberra accommodation in the contemporary hub of New Acton, and nestled amongst these new Canberra hotels, you’ll find the very first CBD Peppers. Peppers Gallery Hotel, like all Peppers hotels, offers individual charm and professional hotel service.
A sculpture garden spills into the foyer of an historic building. Wall hangings and art installations turn corridors into creative galleries. The TV’s are Bang & Olufsen and rooms are beautifully appointed with luxury linens and smart technology.
This boutique accommodation in Canberra is also now home to a renowned Canberra institution, the acclaimed Italian trattoria, Bicicletta. Peppers Gallery Hotel is ideally located near Lake Burley Griffin, within walking distance of many of Canberra’s national attractions.
Rethink traditional Canberra accommodation with this chic and unique experience, want for nothing with only the best at Peppers Gallery Hotel.
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In accordance with recent Government directives in response to slowing the spread of COVID-19, Hotel facilities may experience temporary closures or changes to operating times and/or services provided. Please contact our reception for further details. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your understanding during this time.
The original artworks theme is carried through to the walls of your Room, Suite or Apartment. More »
Experience Peppers service in a CBD hotel with an award-winning Italian restaurant and 24 hour reception. Enjoy the attention to detail. More »
Our onsite restaurant, Bicicletta, is preferred by locals and visitors alike. Nourish your appetite with our award winning authentic Italian menu. Peppers Gallery Hotel provides the option of in-room dining, with a 24 hour menu to ensure your needs are continuously catered for. More »
Recycled tables and credenzas by local designers create an original setting for a meeting, press event or presentation. More »
Palace Electric Cinema is right across from the hotel. Australia’s capital has no shortage of galleries, museums and memorials. More »