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Novotel Melbourne On Collins - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Novotel Melbourne On Collins

270 Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Great location"
Great location, close to shops, trams and restaurants!
A Traveller
Hilton Melbourne South Wharf - South Wharf Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Hilton Melbourne South Wharf

2 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf - Map
 
 
"Above and Beyond"
The staff at the Hilton went way beyond my normal service expectations. the concierge service was great. They found exactly the places I needed to entertain business guests and also suggested great places where I could escape on my own. They also helped me out with a problem of my own making that might have caused me to miss my flight home.
A Traveller
Stamford Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Stamford Plaza Melbourne

111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Wonderful hotel, staff and location."
Will defintely return as the hotel and staff were wonderful and the rate paid with flights and hotel was great given the hotel is 5 star.
Toni from Queensland
Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne

630 Little Collins Streets, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Very nice hotel"
The hotel was great. The room was very comfortable, clean and stylish and the staff were friendly and professional. The breakfast had some very nice options. All good. Unfortunately whilst we were there the lift was being subject to maintenance, so we had to use the service lifts. But that was only a temporary thing for a couple of days. My only criticism of the hotel would be the lack of free WiFi. However the hotel advised that this is due to change in early 2015. The reception lady was very helpful with organising an excursion. Therefore no complaints. I would recommend staying there.
John from London
Mercure Welcome Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Mercure Welcome Melbourne

265 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Excellent clean acc, good location"
Clean and comfortable accommodation, excellent food and bar options, staff friendly and helpful. Great location.
Karen from Coober Pedy Sth Australia
Wyndham Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Wyndham Hotel Melbourne

199 William Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Prior Contact"
I appreciated the call on the day before our arrival to confirm booking and arrival time. We were able to sort out parking and details of our arrival. On the day of arrival we were invited to make a call 10-15 mins before our arrival so that a porter could meet us at the door and take our luggage before parking. Great service. The room was perfect. Two bedrooms with very comfortable bedding. A small balcony that overlooked the main street was good too. It's nice to be open a door or window to the outside. Little kitchenette had everything we needed and more - great sized fridge without all the minibar stuff we never use. The rooftop pool was excellent. Great views over the city too. The hotel was reasonably new so everything was in top condition. Location was perfect- a couple of blocks to the mall. Would definitely stay again.
Christina from ballarat
Oaks WRAP on Southbank - Southbank Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Oaks WRAP on Southbank

133 -139 City Road, Southbank - Map
 
 
"Great motel. Close to casino."
We were upgraded to a 2 bedroom apartment. Nice spacious room. Very clean. Beautiful views. Would definitely recommend this hotel.
fiona
Best Western Atlantis Hotel - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Best Western Atlantis Hotel

300 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"good location"
very clean room, polite & friendly staff, close to the city centre
A Traveller
Oaks on William - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Oaks on William

350 William Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"AAA+ great hotel, beautiful and very clean room"
Location is perfect, short walk to everything in the CBD, room was great value for such a nice room with kitchen and balcony, staff were always polite and helpful. Will definitely stay here on my next Melbourne trip.
Jamie from Perth
Grand Hyatt Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels
Rating: 5.0 Stars

Grand Hyatt Melbourne

123 Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
 
 
"Great hotel excellent service"
Had a great time on my anniversary with my wife. Every one of the staff from the cleaners to the waiters, to front desk staff were happy and genuine. They really looked after us.
jay from melbourne

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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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