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68 rooms - we call them Cosy, Original, Creative and Meandering. Each one is unique.

$235 / Night

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Three Bedder apartment at Hotel Hotel in Canberra. Short term and long term rental.

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We also manage apartments in the Nishi building. While our rooms are a cacophony of textures, the apartments are a blank space. The walls are white, the shelves have space for you to bring your own bits and bobs and make you feel at home.

$185 / Night

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One Bed lofts at Hotel Hotel in Canberra. Short term and long term rental.

Loft

And we manage split-level lofts just across the road and down the lane from us in the NewActon precinct.

$205 / Night

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Image - Yoga meditation during lunch break in tower of the John Hancock Building in Boston. 1977.

Meditation with Lidija

Workshop

Calm Abiding Meditation. The sessions incorporate a 20 minute philosophy teaching, a 20 minute mindful walking/breathing technique and ends with a 20 minute mindful meditation practice.

Lidija is a senior student of Lama Choedak Rinpoche, one of Australia’s leading meditation teachers. She has been practicing meditation and studying Buddhist philosophy for over 15 years. She has received teachings from His Holiness the Dalai Lama and travels yearly to other countries to learn from Buddhist masters. She is the President of the Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra and has been teaching Mindfulness Meditation for over 10 years.

When:Every Tuesday, beginning 18 July, 6PM
Where:Flow Yoga Studio @ Nishi, NewActon (‘H’ level, directly above Palace Electric Cinema)
Cost:$10 drop-in / free for Hotel Hotel guests (just rock up and show your room or apartment key)
Go:Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra

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