Melbourne Hotels

Melbourne is a bustling, cosmopolitan city that celebrates its British past through historical architecture. Tour Federation Square or the Royal Botanic Gardens on your visit.

Melbourne Hotels

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Corner Exhibition & Lonsdale Streets Melbourne, Victoria 3000
A Melbourne city hotel with large rooms, restaurant with local flair and indoor gym & pool.
588 Swan Street, Richmond Melbourne, Victoria 3121

 Dec 2019

443 Docklands Drive, Docklands Melbourne, Victoria 3008
Fresh, modern hotel with rooftop pool, casual dining and views for days in Melbourne Docklands.
27 Little Collins Street Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Five-star boutique hotel at the stylish Paris End of Melbourne CBD.
205 Collins Street Melbourne, Victoria 3000
5-star Melbourne hotel offering 262 luxurious guest rooms, well-being programs, restaurant, bar and

Melbourne

Travellers heading “down under” will encounter a thriving metropolis while at our Melbourne hotels. As the second-largest city in Australia, Melbourne is the capital of Victoria and lies on the southern coast.

Guests can take the train, bus or iconic tramcar from their accommodation in Melbourne to visit Victoria’s Houses of Parliament, cathedrals, the Victorian Arts Centre and the Eureka SkyDeck, the hemisphere’s highest viewing platform. Each city precinct has distinct characteristics, from pubs hidden in the lanes to concentrations of high-fashion boutiques.

Finding nature can be as close as the paths of the Royal Botanic Gardens or as far-reaching as a day trip up the Great Ocean Road to the 12 Apostles, rock towers in the sea. Be sure to check out the local wildlife while you’re in Melbourne. Popular locations for animal close-ups include the Melbourne Zoo, Healesville Sanctuary and Werribee Open Range Zoo.

Sports abound in Melbourne and cricket, “Aussie Rules” soccer and horse-racing action are minutes from our hotels. Some of the most popular annual sporting events in the area include the Australian Open and the Festival of Sails, held over Australia Day weekend in January. South of Melbourne, Port Philip Bay and the beaches also offer fishing, sailing and surfing.

Culinary choices mirror Melbourne’s diversity: you’ll find everything from tapas to Chinatown’s authentic Asian, and can sample Aboriginal fare, including kangaroo and other “bush tucker.”  

Whether you want to blaze a trail into the bush or browse a capital city boutique, Melbourne offers a heady mix of wild and serene.

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