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Pegasus Apart’Hotel - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Pegasus Apart’Hotel

206 A'Beckett Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"in walking distance for most attractions, good"
all positive about hotel, couldn't say anything wrong
Natalie from Adelaide
The Hotel Windsor - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Hotel Windsor

111 Spring Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Grand old hotel right at free tram stop"
Had lovely time. Built 1883 & retained grandeur with chandeliers etc. All staff were exceptionally friendly & helpful, except for 1 young man on reception.
pensioners from wollongong nsw
Quality Hotel Batman's Hill on Collins - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Quality Hotel Batman's Hill on Collins

623 Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Fantastic can't complain!"
What a perfect location and top hotel,thankyou !great beds very clean
anita from sydney
Oaks on William - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Oaks on William

350 William Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Love this Melbourne CBD hotel"
always the best! great kitchen and view. Across from Flagstaff Gardens; and station - around the corner from Queen Vic markets - and the tourist tram stops
Mukee from Phoenix, AZ
The Sebel Melbourne Docklands - Docklands Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

The Sebel Melbourne Docklands

Cnr Aquitania Way & Marmion Place, Docklands - Map
 
 
"Exceeding my expectations"
What a gem of a hotel! The location is easy to find, close to many great restaurants. Check in process was smooth and no fuss. The lounge, pool and gym are great features and really classy. The room appeared brand new, really trendy décor and had more features than any other hotel I've stayed (the kitchen even had a sandwich press!). The bed and pillows were ultra comfy. The floor to ceiling windows provided a good view of the docklands and marina. Sebel Docklands provided a really high end, lush hotel experience.
Kristy from Geelong
The Sebel Melbourne Docklands' inner city, harbourside location is within close proximity to the Docklands, City Centre and …More
Punthill Little Bourke - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Punthill Little Bourke

11-17 Cohen Place, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Perfect location"
This was our first trip to Melbourne and I have to say that Punthill Little Bourke was in the perfect location for us. The hotel is located on a quiet lane so our room was really quiet. Only a short stroll to China town where there were plenty of excellent restaurants and cafes. We were only about 400 metres from Her Majesty's Theatre where we were fortunate enough to see the excellent Les Miserables. Also within easy walking distance were the trams, shopping arcades, laneways, Melbourne Gaol, gardens etc.
emma from Christchurch
Fraser Place Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Fraser Place Melbourne

19 Exploration Lane, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Good."
Good. Nice decore. Comfortable bed. Quiet. Not the best view. Good value.
A Traveller
Brady Hotels - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Brady Hotels

30 Little Latrobe Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Central City stay"
Booked at short notice and was pleasantly surprised. From the time we arrived we could not have been made more welcome, everyone from reception to restaurant we're fantastic. The rooms were wonderful, could not ask for better. We will return.
Richard&Christi from Tasmania
Brand new 4 star hotel located in Melbournes bustling central business district CBD close to some of the citys most iconic …More
Punthill Flinders Lane - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Punthill Flinders Lane

267 Flinders Lane, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Great location"
Great location, friendly staff and exceptionally clean. Although this is a very busy are do Melbourne , the hotel was very quiet. Lots of lovely places to eat just outside the door. Will definitely book this again.
Jehanne from sydney
Pensione Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Pensione Hotel Melbourne

16 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Perfect for a shopping weekend away"
Great location, a short walk from the Southern Cross station and airport Skybus, and just a few tram stops or a pleasant walk from the main shopping laneways and malls. Staff were helpful and welcoming when I checked in the early hours of the morning and my bed was amazingly comfy!
Sades from Wellington

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    Where to stay in Melbourne?

    Sydney has the big, bold sights, but Melbourne has the culture and poise: that's certainly the claim of the local Melburnians. But actually, Victoria's capital city has plenty of both. This breathtaking city of old and new, stretching along the curve of Port Phillips Bay has architecture that wows, arts that sizzle and museums that blow the mind. It may have been founded on a gold rush 150 years ago, but there's still plenty of boom ongoing in 'Marvellous Melbourne'.

    There are also plenty of accommodation choices. From sky-scraping hotels and glittering apartments, to sea-side guest-houses and backpacker bolt-holes. Melbourne's well-planned, but diverse neighbourhoods – cast along either side of the snaking Yarra River – can overwhelm visitors with their options. Let's have a look at what the main hotel districts can offer you on your visit.

    First stop, of course, is the glitz and glamour of Melbourne central, the CBD (Central Business District), shooting its mirrored glass-towers skywards. As you might expect, some of the city's most prestigious and dramatic hotels can be found in this bustling centre of Melbourne life. Here you'll be close-up to that vibrancy, while staying in rooms with some of the most spectacular views in town.

    It's not all account-draining luxury and vistas here though. There are lots of good quality business hotels, as well as reasonably-priced brand-name hotel chains – and even a smattering of budget guest-houses, packed down some of the CBD's well-hidden lanes and alleys. Another option, that's just opening up for those who want to be centrally located, is the Docklands district. It lies just to the west of the CBD. This area of warehouses is being redeveloped, and is gaining an increasing number of fine hotels.

    Of course, as the self-proclaimed Aussie capital of culture, many visitors are drawn here for the shows and performances of Southbank, across the Yarra to the south. Fortunately for them, there are a number of modern hotels close by, in South Melbourne. These range from mid-price elegance to five-star fabulous, with the added bonus that a night at the opera (or an evening of theatre) is almost on your doorstep.

    On the other side of the river, in North Melbourne, you'll find the city opens up into the University district of Carlton, with its parks and campuses mingling with Victorian suburbs having a decidedly Mediterranean flavour. Melbourne's large Italian community has long been settled along Carlton's streets, and it has some great restaurants. It has also attracted some great hotels, none too glitzy, but none too shabby either.

    Lastly, if you want to do Melbourne, while having plenty of room to breathe and stretch, you could try staying in one of its prettiest (if far-flung) suburbs – Dandenong. Here you'll find several low-rise hotels and apartment complexes, serving as great bases for exploring the wider Melbourne area. The coastal beaches are a few kilometres south-west, while the wild splendour of the Dandenong Ranges lies to the north-west. And you're still within striking distance of the shimmering lights of Melbourne.

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