Perfect Canberra Accommodation for Corporate Travelers

Perfect Canberra Accommodation for Corporate Travelers

Here at One of a Kind Apartments, we understand how exhausting travelling for business can be, and as such have equipped our apartments with a few little extras to make your travel a breeze. Read to find out the six main reasons why One of a Kind Apartments is the perfect option for your next business travel. 

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A must-do guide for visiting Canberra this winter:

A must-do guide for visiting Canberra this winter:

Canberra is very cool! In way more ways than one. This is why it’s important to have an exciting itinerary to keep you busy in the cooler months, which leaves you with no time to think about how cold your toes are. A good Canberra itinerary for the winter involves the usual suspects: food, drinks and visiting iconic buildings, but also a mountain hike or two to keep your blood flowing and your cheeks rosy. We’ve put together a few essentials for your Canberra winter getaway. 

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Canberra apartments characterised by minimalist design

Canberra apartments characterised by minimalist design

We often hear the expression “less is more”. To me this has a very profound and personal meaning, so much in fact that it is evident throughout the ‘One of a Kind’ complex design and approach to business.

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5 incredible ideas for an amazing Canberra holiday

5 incredible ideas for an amazing Canberra holiday

Canberra is a fantastic place to visit! There truly is something for everyone, whether it be a trip with family, friends or that special someone. We’ve put together 5 incredible ideas to add to your to-do list next trip to Canberra to make your visit extra special.

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Canberra accommodation celebrating and encouraging creativity

Canberra accommodation celebrating and encouraging creativity

I travelled extensively in my youth, over forty years ago. My destinations were creative centres and communities where craft was still very much part of daily life. Places where stone and timber were still carved, textiles hand woven, houses adorned and public spaces decorated. These were communities where everyone was an artist or artisan.

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