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Pensione Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
NZ$127

Pensione Hotel Melbourne

16 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Excellent hotel, great for city trip"
Stayed at the Pensione for 3 nights and loved every minute. Room was clean and tidy and offered all amenities needed for an enjoyable stay. My single room was small and compact but offered more than enough space for one person. Hotel is located next to a tram stop and a short walk from Southern Cross station so is centrally located for getting into the CBD. Only downside is the extremely small shower door, the shower itself is well sized but the door itself is very tiny. The offsite parking was only a short walk from the hotel and allowed me to access my car as needed through out the day.
Catherine from Victoria
ibis Melbourne Little Bourke St - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
NZ$144

ibis Melbourne Little Bourke St

600 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Nice inexpensive hotel for a single guest"
What can I say?It was a great experience.No complaints.
Ian from Perth
Adara Richmond - Richmond Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$189

Adara Richmond

185 Lennox Street, Richmond - Map
 
 
"Great location, great service"
We were pleasantly surprised with the quality of the accommodation. Better yet, the staff were extremely understanding by giving us a late check-out when my wife was quite ill. This gave us time to organise medicine and enough time for us to be able to get on the road. This service was very much appreciated from someone having to travel 4 hours back to home.
Trev from Albury
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Oaks WRAP on Southbank - Southbank Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$155

Oaks WRAP on Southbank

133 -139 City Road, Southbank - Map
 
 
"Was a central hotrel close to the Casino and trams"
Spent the weekend there and had a lovely time. We would consider to stay at the same hotel again.
Michelle from Sydney
Citiclub Hotel - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Citiclub Hotel

113 Queen Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"great price for where it is based in the CBD"
Was lovely to have a clean room that was both relaxing and enjoyable.
A Traveller
Novotel Melbourne On Collins - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
NZ$233

Novotel Melbourne On Collins

270 Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Great hotel central to city"
Great hotel, very friendly helpful staff. Would highly recommend. In the city, walking distance to all the shops and to the theatre. Would definitely use again when in town. Let us checkout late at no extra cost. 20mins free computer use in foyer - awesome!!!
TLS from Brisbane
Hotel Lindrum Melbourne - MGallery Collection - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars
NZ$251

Hotel Lindrum Melbourne - MGallery Collection

26 Flinders Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Excellent Melbourne hotel"
We loved our stay at Hotel Lindram, the room was a good size, the bathroom modern and clean. Staff were outstanding. The hotel has loads of character and charm. I would definitely stay here again.
Sam from Adelaide
Quality Hotel Batman's Hill on Collins - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
NZ$149

Quality Hotel Batman's Hill on Collins

623 Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Great location"
We were Upgraded to club spa suite great staff, not the newest of hotels but close for transport & shopping clean and comfortable
Traveller from Mornington peninsula
ibis Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
NZ$144

ibis Melbourne

15-21 Therry Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Nice budget hotel."
We stayed here for three nights while visiting Melbourne and liked it a lot. The room is very nicely designed and the bathroom is huge. Close to the free trolley and shopping.
A Traveller
Oaks on William - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
NZ$183

Oaks on William

350 William Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Near CBD can walk everywhere"
Friendly staff.Large room with balcony full size fridge. Oven . All kitchen appliances crockery etc. Only thing lacking is a coffee plunger.
A Traveller

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    Where to stay in Melbourne?

    It may be a little younger and a little smaller than Sydney, but Melbourne has long prided itself on being the cultural capital of Australia. That claim, along with its reputation for being one of the most liveable cities in the world, has led to the visitors piling in. Seven million Aussies, and nearly two million overseas visitors, come here each year.

    As a result, Melbourne is well furbished with accommodation to serve the needs of all manner of visitors: sightseers, arts tourists and business travellers alike. But, as with most cities of this size (this capital of Victoria state is home to 4 million people), not all parts of the city are equal when it comes to hotels and accommodation. So let’s run through Melbourne’s best hotel districts, and maybe you’ll be better able to plan your trip to what locals can’t help but call ‘Marvellous Melbourne’.

    Melbourne lies at the head of the sweeping waters of Port Phillip Bay, split in two by the Yarra River, running from east to west. And it’s just before the Yarra hits the Bay that you’ll find the City Centre, or CBD, of Melbourne. This was once the heart of the old city, but now much is new here, including many of its fabulous modern hotels. Five-star luxury abounds, including the city’s last ‘grand hotel’. But there is also a good mix of quality four-star hotels, and a fair few catering for anyone on a budget.

    Just south of the CBD are the Southbank and South Melbourne districts, the latter of which is home to a phalanx of newly-built hotels. Not only are these mid-price to top-class hotels within easy reach of the city centre, but they are also right next to Melbourne’s main cultural hub. Southbank hosts a number of arts venues, including the Hamer Hall, the Arts Centre (both showcasing opera and theatre), and the National Gallery of Victoria. For those who are conferencing, some of South Melbourne’s hotels are clustered close to the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.

    If it’s sports, rather than arts that have brought you to Melbourne, then you’ll probably want to check out the hotels and serviced apartments in North Melbourne. As well as holiday apartments, there is a scattering of boutique hotels here, catering to visitors coming to see the cricket (Melbourne Cricket Ground) or enjoy the races (Flemington Racecourse).

    A little further out, and to the south of the centre, is the wonderful sea-side suburb of St. Kilda. With its famous beach and amusement park, this spot has long catered for holiday-makers. So you’ll find plenty of guest houses and backpacker stay-overs here – and also a good number of four-star hotels.

    Finally, if you want a stay-over with a touch of class, but a little less bustle, it might be worth looking at hotels in the Stonnington area. The South Yarra district, in particular, is known for its luxury dining and high-end retail. This upmarket area counts several five-star hotels among its large number of well-presented and chic hotels.

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