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Crown Metropol - Southbank Hotels

Crown Metropol

8 Whiteman Street, Southbank - Map
"Absolutely awesome facilities and experience. "
From the day we checked in right through to the day we check out all the staff were extremely helpful and accommodating.
Traveller from Auckland New Zealand
-658 rooms, including 33 suites, will be abundant with space and natural light.-Gordon Ramsay’s Maze restaurant-Located on …More
Hilton Melbourne South Wharf - South Wharf Hotels

Hilton Melbourne South Wharf

2 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf - Map
"On the banks of the Yarra"
Fantastic location, beautiful views, room excellent, beds so comfortable didn't want to get out. Would absolutely stay there again. Loved it.
Traveller from Perth, Western Australia
Best Western Atlantis Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

Best Western Atlantis Hotel

300 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
"In the city - but quiet"
I highly recommend this hotel. walking distance to all of the city and river.
Traveller from Auckland, NZ
The Langham, Melbourne - Southbank Hotels

The Langham, Melbourne

One Southgate Avenue, Southbank - Map
"luxurious hotel CBD, great views and location"
We really enjoyed the hotel lobby and room. We never ate at the restaurant because there was so much choice right outside the door along the river. The pool and hot tub were nice. Our only criticism would be the inattentive fitness area/pool staff: sometimes we signed in, sometimes not, they seemed not really interested. They didn't always greet you as you were coming and going. The sauna was not always very hot. Even after I asked the girl at the desk to adjust the temperature, it was not hot. For such a luxurious 5 star hotel I expected much better.
Traveller from NSW Australia
Stamford Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Stamford Plaza Melbourne

111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
"Great amenities and spacious rooms"
Great location and friendly staff throughout the stay. Pool area is great and rooms are big and well equipped.
Traveller from Victoria
Comforto Home Apartment - Melbourne Hotels

Comforto Home Apartment

220 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
Oaks on Collins - Melbourne Hotels

Oaks on Collins

480 Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
"Not a bad location if shopping in the CBD"
Very small car park, no valet, no bag service available, room service average, food ok though, not enough staff on to cater to needs of customers, dodgy repair jobs to tiles and grout in showers, some fixtures in bathroom (if you can call it that, very small) missing, hole in painting in room. On a positive though, it was very clean. Noisy doors to rooms, squeaky and banged which woke me a lot during my stay. No in house movies, crappy Foxtel channels, very disappointed by this. IT appears all rooms have a pull out bed which would be handy for kids. Room had no windows to the outside, just a little walkway so not much natural light.
A Traveller
A central business district address, this hotel is within 1 km of the Stock Exchange, Aquarium, Crown Casino, and the …More
The Hotel Windsor - Melbourne Hotels

The Hotel Windsor

111 Spring Street, Melbourne - Map
"Beautiful old world charm"
Lovey Staff, welcoming and attentive and check in early was no problem. Lovely concierge
Traveller from Queenstown
Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne

131-137 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne - Map
"Good location"
The hotel was clean and in a great location. The staff were very helpful and allowed us to store our bags before we could check in. The kids enjoyed the pool and it made a good change from all the shopping and eating.
A Traveller
Oaks On Market - Melbourne Hotels

Oaks On Market

60 Market Street, Melbourne - Map
"Great time in Melbourne!"
The hotel is centrally located close to the large casinos. There are lots of shopping and restaurants within a short walk. It's easy to get public transportation close to the hotel. They have a laundry room where the guests can do their laundry. Also, there's an iron and ironing board in the room. The small kitchen was well supplied with the things I needed to do light meals. I would certainly recommend this hotel to a friend and I'd certainly stay there on future visits to the lovely city of Melbourne. One negative, though. The WiFi costs $84 Australian per week and is very slow that it's frustrating to use.
Traveller from Las Vegas
Melbournes newest all suite hotel!A brand new all suite hotel loacated in the heart of Melbourne and amongst the financial …More

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    Where to stay in Melbourne?

    Melbourne prides itself on an abundance of culture and poise. This capital city in Victoria offers not only breathtaking Port Phillips Bay views, but also an impressive metropolitan skyline and a thriving central business district. Spend an afternoon in a Carlton district park, take in a show on the South bank of the Yarra River, and top off your day with a drink at one of Melbourne’s rooftop bars. From family-friendly activities like a stroll through the Queen Victoria Markets to sophisticated restaurants for a romantic night out, Melbourne makes an ideal holiday destination for any type of traveller.

    Things to Do in Melbourne

    You’ll have a hard time running out of things to do in this coastal city, where engaging activities await no you matter what your areas of interest. The Royal Botanic Gardens are a perennial draw for tourists, as its 38-hectare grounds features more than 10 thousand species of both native and non-native plants. The Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is another popular destination for visitors to this area, due in large part to its massive Mermaid Garden oceanarium, which houses a variety of sharks, turtles, and other exotic underwater creatures. If you’re on the lookout for land animals, though, a trip to Phillip Island allows you to see the penguins, koalas, and kangaroos this region is famous for.

    Interested in treating your palate? Wine lovers can enjoy tours and tastings at Yarra Yarra and other nearby vineyards. Art aficionados will definitely want to check out the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia’s oldest public art museum. This spot is a favourite for those who wish to see masterpieces by Aboriginals and other Australians, as well as internationally renowned artists. And another not-to-be-missed spot in Melbourne is the Shrine of Remembrance. This colossal, ziggurat-roofed structure was designed in the classical style of the Parthenon and serves to pay tribute to Victorian citizens of past and present, who serve their country during times of war.

    Weather in Melbourne

    Melbourne’s oceanic climate creates mild temperatures throughout most of the year. The city’s position, on the cusp of cool ocean air and arid inland areas, often results in severe weather in the spring and summer, accompanied by occasionally strong swings in temperature. During the hottest times of year, the mercury can top 40 degrees Celsius, but it’s relatively rare. The winter months bring lows into the single digits, yet they often don’t drop below 6 degrees. Melbourne is also known for experiencing rapidly changing weather that gives inhabitants the impression of experiencing all four seasons in one day. This especially occurs during times when cold fronts cross into warmer areas, as clear skies can turn dark in minutes and temperatures can fall sharply, as hail begins to hit the ground.

    Hotels and Accommodation in Melbourne

    Melbourne has a smorgasbord of accommodation options. Hotels in the Melbourne central business district seem to reach for the sky, while seaside guest houses offer a peaceful retreat. Melbourne accommodation in every price range and style is available for booking right here on today. Our travel experts have assembled the best Melbourne serviced apartments, budget-friendly motels, and more.

    Travel Basics

    You can fly into Melbourne via the Melbourne Airport (MEL), which is one of the busiest airports in all of Australia and a gateway to southern Victoria. Once in the city, you can purchase a myki card to get around on local trams, buses, and trains. Rent a car right here on if you want to enjoy more travel freedom while you’re in town.

    Plan Your Getaway to Melbourne

    From family holidays to city adventures with friends, Melbourne is a gem for any traveller. Make your holiday to this Victoria city even better with a stay at one of the top Melbourne hotels. Whether you want to retire at an out-of-the-way waterside bungalow or one of the most convenient Melbourne airport hotels, has the hotel to meet your needs. Our passion for travel means we have tracked down the best accommodation deals for travellers just like you.

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