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Best Western Atlantis Hotel - Melbourne Hotels
NZ$139

Best Western Atlantis Hotel

300 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Close to where I was doing business"
It was my first time staying in this motel and I found it excellent. Close to trams and suited my needs
Traveller from Woody Point
Crown Metropol - Southbank Hotels

Crown Metropol

8 Whiteman Street, Southbank - Map
 
 
IN Melbourne Once a week on Business and always prefer to stay at the Metropol
A Traveller
-658 rooms, including 33 suites, will be abundant with space and natural light.-Gordon Ramsay’s Maze restaurant-Located on …More
Hilton Melbourne South Wharf - South Wharf Hotels

Hilton Melbourne South Wharf

2 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf - Map
 
 
Staff are helpful and welcoming without being intrusive. Buffet breakfast is excellent and rooms are comfortable and well appointed although the room we were in this time was on the cusp of being little bit tired with both reading lights broken. The only thing I would like to see is complimentary Wi-Fi in the room although you can go down to the foyer and use it there.
A Traveller
Stamford Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Stamford Plaza Melbourne

111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Great hotel close to shopping ameneties"
At the top of town & walking distance to everything, very central. Door to door bus service from & to airport. Polite staff & great service with well presented & comfortable room
Traveller from Auckland, NZ
Crowne Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Crowne Plaza Melbourne

1-5 Spencer Street Docklands, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Crown plaza melbourne"
Very enjoyable overnight stay. All the staff were very pleasent. Food was very nice in the restaurant. Only a short walk away from lots of great venues.
A Traveller
Harbour Escape Apartments - Docklands Hotels

Harbour Escape Apartments

Caravel Lane (no onsite reception), Docklands - Map
 
 
"Close to Etihad, close to free tram, great view"
The lady who checked us in was very nice and helpful. We had a great view from our room of the harbour. Etihad stadium was about a 5 minute walk away, the free trams to get you into and around the city was really close. Plenty of restaurants to choose from down stairs. Room was very clean, nothing to fault.
Traveller from Perth
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne

328 Flinders Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
Well located - Friendly Staff - Comfortable accomodation
A Traveller
Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
NZ$143

Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne

131-137 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Great staff, very comfy and clean"
Friendly staff, very clean and super comfy with a nice big bathtub. Got a free upgrade so really can't complain about anything. Would recommend. Place looks like the photos which was perfect.
A Traveller
InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto - Melbourne Hotels

InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto

495 Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Great Hotel"
The hotel is a beautifully refurbished old building with a warm, quiet, comforting feel to it. It is close to all the action - shopping, casino and transport is not a problem. Incredibly friendly, helpful staff. We stayed in the Intercontinental Club and thus had access to complimentary full breakfast (in either the lounge or down in the restaurant). Crazy good choice of food. The lounge staff were most accommodating and early evening canapes and cocktails were greatly appreciated. One of the best hotels my wife and I have ever stayed in.
Traveller from Auckland
Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
NZ$143

Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne

630 Little Collins Streets, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Good hotel in front of one of Southern Cross Stn"
Bed was very comfortable. The room was clean. The Southern Cross Station is very useful as it has a supermarket and lots of restaurants. Hotel is about 10 minutes walk to the main Station and sights.
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).

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    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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