I arrived early for check in , I was supposed to get txt to say when room was ready ,by 2.30 went back to hotel and asked them was room ready yet as I havent got txt yet told I don't know what happened . stayed two nights looking forward at 11am check out 8.00am housemaid walks in room ,even though do not disturb up ,she said I had checked out ,I said no she said reception had me as checked out ,she said there must be a mistake. when I went down to breakfast went back to room locked out ,apparently checked out, had to go back to reception as I couldn't get in lift due to key not working, was told don't know what happened no sorry. when I did check out I told them again what happened answer was oh.
Traveller from clifton springs
-658 rooms, including 33 suites, will be abundant with space and natural light.-Gordon Ramsay’s Maze restaurant-Located on …More
Good roomy and clean accommodation in the outer CBD area, reasonably quiet location. Felt I got very good value for money, front desk staff were not overly helpful especially when wanting a taxi ordered, told me to stand outside and hail one! Would stay there again though.
The hotel is very well located and the facilities are good. I enjoyed my stay. I did have an internal room, with no windows to external, natural light, which was disappointing, but the room itself was very comfortable and staff excellent.
Traveller from Adelaide, South Australia
A central business district address, this hotel is within 1 km of the Stock Exchange, Aquarium, Crown Casino, and the …More
We always stay at the Batman's Hotel on Collins as it is so well placed for all transport and shopping. Now that the CBD is a free zone you can get around very easily. We had an apartment this time and it was very comfortable.
Australia's second-largest city, Melbourne's city centre incorporates the central business district, extending from Queen Victoria Market in the north, west to the Etihad Stadium, and south to Federation Square. The district is home to many corporate headquarters, financial institutions, theatres, Chinatown, and an established population of students and young professionals.