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Vibe Hotel now open at CBR Airport

By Charlotte Harper 2 November 2015 25

Vibe Hotel Canberra Airport

Look out, Hyatt, East and Realm hotels, you’ve got some competition in the form of Vibe Hotel Canberra Airport, which opens today.

Operated by TFE Hotels, the company behind the Medina Serviced Apartments in Kingston and on Northbourne Avenue and the Hotel Kurrajong in Barton, the hotel’s branding will be familiar to those who have stayed at the Vibe Hotel in Rushcutters Bay or Vibe Hotel Sydney.

This Vibe is 50m from the airport terminal, and features 191 guest rooms including 12 first class rooms and 9 one and two-bedroom apartments.

Vibe Hotel Canberra Airport

The reception area sits in a large atrium that leads into conference facilities designed to service Brindabella Business Park and offering 6 adaptable conference and event spaces catering for up to 140 guests, with WiFi, audio-visual equipment and full catering options.

Helix Bar & Dining is a modern European-style bistro making use of Capital region produce with a menu by TFE Hotels’ Canberra executive chef Michael Chatto (ex-Italian & Sons and Pier and FishFace in Sydney).

There is a separate, casual bar area and WiFi is complimentary for guests throughout their stay.

Where: 1 Rogan Street, Canberra Airport, Canberra, ACT 2609
Phone: 13 86 42
Email: canberraairport@vibehotels.com.au
Website: http://www.tfehotels.com/brands/vibe-hotels/vibe-hotel-canberra-airport

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rommeldog56 12:04 pm 04 Feb 16

P4rit4 said :

Who in their right mind would want to stay at the airport when they can stay at hyatt near the lake in one of the richest suburbs of Canberra…

Maybe people who can not afford to stay at the Hyatt ? As nice as it is.

rommeldog56 12:03 pm 04 Feb 16

grunge_hippy said :

Can we talk about how you cannot drive into the arrivals driveway to pick up people? This is completely ridiculous. It is always blocked off. Why?????!!!

Yeah – that caught me out last month too. At 7.30pm, the ramp up to the arrivals level was closed. It usually is at that time apparently.

That caused me much grief in picking up a person with a disability from their flight home.

I had to pay park and go get them. Maybe that’s the plan ……? Maybe it’s for some sort of “security” reason ?

P4rit4 10:45 am 04 Feb 16

Who in their right mind would want to stay at the airport when they can stay at hyatt near the lake in one of the richest suburbs of Canberra…

grunge_hippy 9:52 pm 04 Nov 15

Can we talk about how you cannot drive into the arrivals driveway to pick up people? This is completely ridiculous. It is always blocked off. Why?????!!!

Nilrem 9:01 am 04 Nov 15

Skyring said :

Nilrem said :

Maybe I’m dumb, but who would stay in a hotel at Canberra Airport? No connecting flight scenario. People doing work at the offices at the Airport? Maybe that’s it. Snowtown continues to grow, to the detriment of the rest of Canberra.

One might say that the airport is an integral part of Canberra, and having a top-notch gateway enhances the city’s image.

I cannot agree more. I love the new airport building, it’s a credit to Mr Snow and Canberra. I just don’t want to work or live out there, and I don’t like what the emerging new town centre is doing to Canberra. The two positions are compatible.

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