Travelodge Southbank MelbourneCnr Southgate Ave / Riverside Quay, Southbank 4.0 out of 5.0
Set within the Southbank shopping/business complex and 200 meters (656 feet) from Yarra River, this modern-style hotel is just across Princes Bridge from the ...
Perfect for visiting the Centre of Melbourne and great room and staff.
Best Western Atlantis Hotel300 Spencer Street, Melbourne 4.0 out of 5.0
Located in Melbourne Central Business District, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Flagstaff Gardens and Etihad Stadium. Melbourne Aquarium and Melbourne ...
Pity about having to pay well over the odds for WiFi, breakfast is not included either but it is very close to the free tram and there is a great supermarket practically opposite.
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne328 Flinders Street, Melbourne 4.5 out of 5.0
Located in the very heart of the city, the hotel is walking distance to world class shopping, famous theatres, major sporting venues, vibrant entertainment, ...
A new spacious hotel with cleanliness and conmfort at its core. Well located in CBD Canberra, the hotel offers a quiet, relaxing stay. Bar and restaurant quite expensive with a fairly limited menu
Oaks On Market60 Market Street, Melbourne 4.0 out of 5.0
Located in Melbourne Central Business District, this apartment is within a 15-minute walk of Melbourne Aquarium, Bourke Street Mall, and Eureka Tower. Melbourne ...
Larger than normal hotel room for a lower price, given it's location just off Collins St. Staff helpful, clean. Offer Foxtel sports but wi-fi is free only for 30 min. Must change this!!
Bayview On The Park52 Queens Road, Melbourne 4.0 out of 5.0
Located in St Kilda Road, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Alfred Hospital, St. Kilda Beach, and Royal Botanic Gardens. Luna Park and National Gallery of ...
The hotel was further out from the city centre than I realised although that was my fault for not researching it more thoroughly. Having said that, it was only 200 meters or so from a tram line and about 6 different trams run into the city. The hotel was OK but a little 'tired looking' I thought. ...
Hotels in Melbourne
Melbourne's expositions and conventions cover far more than just business meetings, with the Armageddon Expo, Supanova Pop Culture Expo, and multiple food, wine, and fashion conventions held throughout the city. The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is where much of this takes place. With multiple meeting and exhibition rooms, including an incredibly impressive main room, the MCEC is as memorable as it is large. The Crown Plaza and Holiday Inn are two Melbourne hotels near the convention centre.
Melbourne's eateries are a source of pride in the city, and include everything from Michelin-starred restaurants to cosy bars and pubs. The Becco, Bacash, France-Soir and Zio's Ristorante are some of the nicer restaurants in the city, while 90 Secondi and A Lounge Grill offer a more intimate atmosphere.
Melbourne is Australia's best shopping city. The Queen Victoria Market and the South Melbourne Market offer a number of vendors and street shops near the hotels in Melbourne, while Collins Place and Melbourne central offer more traditional shopping experiences. Buyers can look through both, or choose to discover smaller shops along the 4 kilometers of Chapel Street.
Major Points of Interest
Melbourne offers a rich culture of burgeoning shops and casinos, gardens and vineyards to tourists from around the world. For a complete Melbourne experience, tourists should include in their schedule visits to the Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Melbourne Museum.
Melbourne is home to several major sporting events including tennis, horseracing, football, racing and cricket, although football and cricket are the most popular. Football fans can visit the Australian Football League at Docklands Stadium, which holds some 40,000 spectators.
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