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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Most Collins Street hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Many of Melbourne’s most charming features come together along Collins Street, the city’s historic financial centre. As well as unrivalled shopping, dining and entertainment, people come here to admire some of the architectural jewels in Australia’s crown.
One of the best introductions to this fascinating heritage is to join one of the Melbourne Architours. These guided walking tours visit some of the principal buildings of interest and explain their diverse architectural styles, from proud Victorian civic buildings and glorious art deco hotels to modern office blocks.
Melbourne Town Hall, on the corner of Swanston and Collins streets, dates from 1870 and was designed by Joseph Reed, the local architect behind the State Library of Victoria and the Royal Exhibition Building. Nearby are three important centres of worship, representing the longstanding cornerstones of Melbourne’s religious life – Collins Street Baptist Church, St Michael’s Uniting Church and the Presbyterian Scots’ Church.
Another nostalgic reminder of historic Melbourne is the Hopetoun Tearooms, where you can indulge your sweet tooth with afternoon tea served in an atmosphere of old-world elegance. This upper end of Collins Street is known as the “Paris End” because of the preponderance of designer-label shops and luxury hotels. If Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Bulgari are out of your league, grab a table at one of the pavement cafes and watch a parade of beautiful people against a backdrop of equally beautiful buildings. It’s not hard to understand why visitors have been captivated by this charming corner of Melbourne for over a century.
Trams, which run the length of Collins Street, are the most efficient and cost-effective means of transport, as car parking in this area is expensive and in short supply.
Going on a break is always so much more than just visiting a different place. It's all about the things you can do while you're away!
Heard about a Melbourne: Small Group Booze Makes History Better Tour? You may want to think about purchasing one. This fantastic activity deserves to be at the top of your things-to-do list.
Head to our Collins Street things to do page for a comprehensive list.
Good location, handy having the restaurant and bar downstairs, and very reasonably priced. Clean room, and comfy bed. We were staying for 4 nights, the rooms were not serviced. No extra toilet paper in the bathroom, and no extra garbage bags for kitchen and bathroom. These are little things but can ...
Very clean and tidy accomondation and very friendly and helpful staff. Excellent location in the heart of Melbourne
Nice and clean Good walking distance to city and restaurant Onsite parking reasonable price per day
It was perfect! The view was amazing, the room was amazing. I loved it. Definitely going to book again in future.
This was one of the best Melbourne city stays I've had. Staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Room was clean and excellent value. We had a veiw of the city which was breathtaking. Highly recommend
The staffs are amazing .They are so polite and so welcoming . the room is spotless and the facilities are so great