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Crown Metropol - Southbank Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Crown Metropol

8 Whiteman Street, Southbank - Map
 
 
"Excellent and comfortable Hotel"
We stayed for one night as we were going to movies at Crown. We then went to dinner within Crown and finished off our night at Groove Bar. Easy walk then back to Metropole Hotel which is within Crown complex
Ros from Melbourne, Australia
-658 rooms, including 33 suites, will be abundant with space and natural light.-Gordon Ramsay’s Maze restaurant-Located on …More
Best Western Atlantis Hotel - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Best Western Atlantis Hotel

300 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Comfortable location"
Great location for airport bus, trams and easy walking to see the sites!
Sarah from London
Hilton Melbourne South Wharf - South Wharf Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Hilton Melbourne South Wharf

2 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf - Map
 
 
"Luxury"
We were going to see Jon Stevens at the Melbourne public, and wanted to stay in the city I love Tge Hilton at South Warf have stayed there numerous times
A Traveller
The Hotel Windsor - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

The Hotel Windsor

111 Spring Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"20th Wededing Anniversary Celebration"
Our stay was perfect. This hotel was very convenient for the Austrailain Tennis Open Rod Laver, Hisense, Maragret Court, Federation Square, and many restaurants/cafes. We could walk or take the tram from the hotel.The hotel is located directly across from the Parliament and trains or bus routes are within door steps of the hotel. Also there is a lovely park to wonder across from hotel. I booked this hotel for several friends and family members and they were also very satisfied with the hotel rooms and services. The satff was very accomodating and were eager to make our stay a wonderful experience. In addition I was able to invite friends from Australia over for after dinner drinks and conversation with ample space to accomdate this activity inside our hotel room. The Cricketers Bar & Grill also had delicious fish &chips, salads, and drinks at reasonable prices.
LadyDi from Chicago
Pensione Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Pensione Hotel Melbourne

16 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Right in the centre of things"
Was a wonderful modern clean hotel that was a walking distance from most things .
emily
Quest Werribee - Werribee Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Quest Werribee

69 Synnot Street, Werribee - Map
 
 
"nice rooms if that's all you need!"
Two ladies at check-in were lovely but other staff members were underwhelming to say the least. The Studio Room was a good size with nicely appointed furnishings. Two sets of lights were faulty (disappointing as this was also included in other posts) breakfast packs were a waste of time and housekeeping failed to change towels on three of the four nights
Mark from Canberra
Quest Werribee is located in the ideal central location on Synnot Street Werribee in the City of Wyndham 200 mts from …More
Crowne Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Crowne Plaza Melbourne

1-5 Spencer Street Docklands, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Excellent location"
All the staff were professional, made you feel welcome . The breakfast was excellent . Overall a great hotel.
Geoff from Perth
Grand Hyatt Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Grand Hyatt Melbourne

123 Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Great City Hotel"
Perfect location in the heart of Melbourne right on the doorstep of my favourite restaurants and shops in Flinders Lane. Our room had the best view looking south to the ocean and the river and it is an easy walk to the NGV. Despite the generic design the overall feeling is luxurious and the lobby has the most amazing scent which is filtered through the air-con. Great gym too! Will definitely stay here again.
Victoria
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Melbourne - Flinders Street - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Melbourne - Flinders Street

270 Flinders Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Very close to Melbourne Park (Aus Open)"
I stayed one night for Australian Open on Australia Day. We only booked the room only one week prior and still managed to get a good price.
Ting from Sydney
In the centre of Melbourne’s bustling central business district, this 13-storey hotel is 22 km from Tullamarine …More
Travelodge Southbank Melbourne - Southbank Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Travelodge Southbank Melbourne

Cnr Southgate Ave / Riverside Quay, Southbank - Map
 
 
"Travelodge Southbank Melbourne hotel revue"
Excellent experience. Very pleasant staff and facilities. Perfect location to anyone visiting Melbourne as there are many places to visit nearby. The downtown is a footwalk across the bridge. Melbourne Park is a short walk. Plenty of shopping everywhere. Laundry facilities is an added bonus. The only negative was the absence of a small exercise room. Otherwise, this hotel gets a 5 star from a very well travelled customer.
A Traveller
Set within the Southbank shopping/business complex and 200 metres from Yarra River, this modern-style hotel is just across …More

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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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