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Atlantis Hotel, Melbourne
Atlantis Hotel, Melbourne
4.0 out of 5.0 300 Spencer Street, Melbourne
4.2/5 (9,921 reviews)
AU$98/ nightfor 2 guests

Close to Spencer Street bus station, tram stops and across the road from a supermarket and shopping complex

Reviewed on 13 Nov 2018
The Hotel Windsor
The Hotel Windsor
5.0 out of 5.0 111 Spring Street, Melbourne
Free Cancellation
4.6/5 (12,942 reviews)
AU$163/ nightfor 2 guests

Was very good, I was enjoying and i am pleased about their service.

Reviewed on 15 Nov 2018
Travelodge Hotel Melbourne Docklands
Travelodge Hotel Melbourne Docklands
4.0 out of 5.0 66 Aurora Lane, Docklands
Free Cancellation
4.2/5 (4,276 reviews)
AU$81/ nightfor 2 guests

Room was conveniently located and always well maintained

Reviewed on 16 Nov 2018
Great Southern Hotel Melbourne
Great Southern Hotel Melbourne
4.0 out of 5.0 44 Spencer Street, Melbourne
Free Cancellation
3.7/5 (5,337 reviews)
AU$82/ nightfor 2 guests

My wife and I stayed here for four nights. It is centrally located - a block away from the Southern Cross Rail Station and a block away from a tram stop. There are many restaurants within walking distance, as well as small grocery stores. Check-in and check-out were efficient. We were able to check ...

Reviewed on 15 Nov 2018
Pegasus Apart'Hotel
Pegasus Apart'Hotel
4.0 out of 5.0 206 A'Beckett Street, Melbourne
Free Cancellation
4.3/5 (4,325 reviews)
AU$131/ nightfor 2 guests

Property was located in a very convenient location and was in close proximity many shops and attractions. The staff were also incredibly friendly and well mannered.

Reviewed on 16 Nov 2018
Brady Hotel Central Melbourne
Brady Hotel Central Melbourne
4.5 out of 5.0 30 Little La Trobe Street, Melbourne
4.3/5 (1,990 reviews)
AU$101/ nightfor 2 guests

Fantastic, central location close to EVERYTHING, restaurants, transport, entertainment and shops. Very comfortable and although you are in the heart of town the room was very quiet.

Reviewed on 15 Nov 2018
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne
4.5 out of 5.0 328 Flinders Street, Melbourne
Free Cancellation
4.3/5 (5,821 reviews)
AU$102/ nightfor 2 guests

Very close to everything walking distance. Rooms while small very clean Staff excellent but check on process slow.

Reviewed on 9 Nov 2018
The Langham, Melbourne
The Langham, Melbourne
5.0 out of 5.0 One Southgate Avenue, Southbank
Free Cancellation
4.7/5 (2,770 reviews)
AU$229/ nightfor 2 guests

Great location. Plenty of choices of places to eat and a easy walk to Margaret court arena ,where we were booked to go. Best bed i have slept in😍

Reviewed on 9 Nov 2018
The Victoria Hotel Melbourne
The Victoria Hotel Melbourne
3.5 out of 5.0 215 Little Collins Street, Melbourne
4.2/5 (5,376 reviews)
AU$108/ nightfor 2 guests

Nice room, just wish we had a microwave to heat our baby’s bottle

Reviewed on 15 Nov 2018

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Accommodation in Melbourne Central Business District

You’ve been working in your cubicle too hard for too long. Set your out of office reply and book a holiday to the Melbourne CBD as soon as you’re done reading this. In the span of a few hours, you can explore the National Gallery of Victoria, shop at the Queen Victoria Market, and stroll through the historic Fitzroy Gardens in East Melbourne. Still have questions? We have answers.

How long does it take to get from Melbourne Airport to the city?

Melbourne Airport (MEL) is also known as Tullamarine Airport and is the second busiest airport on the continent. From Melbourne Airport to the city is 22 km and will take you about 22 minutes via car. You also might have heard there is a Melbourne airport train, but it’s really a bus that links the terminals to the CBD. It runs 24 hours a day, but if you need a rest, check out our Melbourne Airport hotels and take a break first.

Where is the Melbourne Mall?

The Melbourne Central Shopping Centre (aka the Melbourne Mall) is easy to find: it’s located right in the CBD. There are electronics stores, high-fashion joints, health food stands, and a whole bunch of other goodies. Of course, if you’re here to shop, you have to visit Queen Victoria Market. With a hotel in North Melbourne, you won’t have far to go to bring all your goodies home.

What is the main street in Melbourne?

The city is intersected by heaps of streets, but there’s one you should definitely know about. Melbourne’s Bourke Street mall is a must-visit. When you want to eat you go to Bourke Street. When you want to shop you go to Bourke Street. And when you want to drink, well, you get the picture.

Enough is enough, already. Tell your boss you’ll be back in a week or two and book a holiday to Melbourne’s CBD now. Expedia.com.au will help you every step of the way.

Melbourne’s central business district delivers everything you should expect from a city centre. Thriving restaurants, ample opportunities for shopping, and busy thoroughfares are all a part of what makes Melbourne CBD pulse with life. Still, despite the many businesses that have made the CBD home, you will find the tram weaving though tall trees and along city parkland. Spend your morning here perusing what Bourke Street Mall has for sale, your afternoon on a downstream river cruise, and your evening in Chinatown indulging in a savory meal.

Things to Do in Melbourne

The city of Melbourne offers an eclectic array of activities that are sure to delight visitors of all lifestyles. To get a good look at the plants and animals native to this land, take a trip to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne Zoo, or SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium. Alternatively, witness the local creatures in a more natural habitat by spending some time at the Healesville Sanctuary or the Werribee Open Range Zoo. If nature’s not your thing, the National Gallery of Victoria—Australia’s oldest public art museum—features an expansive collection of paintings, sculptures, and other works by the country’s most famous artists.

Wine tasting is another popular attraction in Melbourne, and the nearby Yarra Valley is home to several vineyards and wineries that offer tours and tastings all year long. If you’d rather spend your time bushwalking, Dandenong Ranges National Park presents trekkers with a variety of trails, including one which features more than 700 steeply stacked steps across 2.5 kilometres of land. And, of course, you can always stop by any of Melbourne’s most famous landmarks, including Eureka Tower, Queen Victoria Market, and St. Paul’s Cathedral, among many others.

Weather in Melbourne

Melbourne is famous for having weather that changes so rapidly, it can leave visitors and inhabitants with the feeling that they’ve experienced all four seasons in one day. During the majority of the year, Melbourne’s climate can be classified as temperate, making for sultry summers, brisk winters, and relatively balmy spring and fall seasons that are virtually indistinguishable from each other. Temperatures generally hover around 25 degrees Celsius in the summer months, while in winter the mercury only falls to about 14 degrees. And as for rainfall, visitors can expect regular precipitation throughout the year, though the city tends to be wettest from September through December.

Hotels and Accommodation in Melbourne, CBD

Melbourne CBD accommodation puts you right in the heart of activities and attractions in this Victoria city. Whether you are on a family getaway or a luxury holiday with your significant other, you can find hotels in Melbourne CBD that meet your needs. Search the wide range of hotels, from Melbourne CBD boutique hotels to tall high-rise accommodation, right here on Expedia.com.au today. Our passion for travel means we always find you the best deals for you on top hotels.

Travel Basics

You can arrive in Melbourne by air via the Melbourne Airport (MEL), which is the second busiest airport in the entire country. Once you’re in the city, you can get around via the historic tram, public buses, taxi, or by renting a car on Expedia.com.au before your holiday. If you want to explore outside of the CBD, take a ferry down the Yarra River.

Plan Your Getaway to Melbourne

The capital of Victoria is a popular holiday destination for good cause. From fine dining to cultural attractions, nearly anyone can find something to do in Melbourne CBD. Hotels in the area can please someone looking for Melbourne CBD family accommodation or the discerning traveller looking for an upscale suite. Your trip to Melbourne starts right here on Expedia.com.au, where you can find everything you need for your holiday in one place.