Hotel Windsor Melbourne
Hotel Windsor Melbourne
Built in 1883, The Hotel Windsor is Australia's oldest and most cherished Grand Hotel pre-dating London's Ritz and Savoy and The Plaza New York. Celebrating its 130th anniversary in 2013, the centrally located Melbourne hotel combines the elegance of 19th century Victorian charm with the latest in modern luxuries and services. The Hotel Windsor commands the city's finest location for shopping, business, dining and entertainment.Full hotel details
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Rates shown in Australian Dollars (AU$) & are tax inclusive per room. Card fees apply
|Book Victorian Suite Deal||1||AU$1450||Sold||615||665||665||665||665||665||740||615||665||665||665||665||665|
|Book Windsor Suite Deal||1||AU$1250||Sold||465||515||515||515||515||515||590||465||515||515||515||515||515|
|Book Stay a Little Longer||3||AU$720||Sold||265||315||315||315||315||315||390||265||315||315||315||315||315|
|Book Deluxe Room||1||AU$650||Sold||265||315||315||315||315||315||390||265||315||315||315||315||315|
|Book Melbourne Affair||1||AU$650||Sold||375||425||425||425||425||425||500||375||425||425||425||425||425|
|Book WOTIF MELB SALE KING/TWIN||1||AU$620||Sold||205||255||255||255||255||255||330||205||255||255||255||255||255|
|Book Bed & Breakfast||1||AU$610||Sold||245||295||295||295||295||295||370||245||295||295||295||295||295|
|Book Superior - Spring St View||1||AU$600||Sold||245||295||295||295||295||295||370||295||295||295||295||295||295|
|Book STAY & SAVE||2||AU$570||Sold||158||203||203||203||203||203||270||158||203||203||203||203||203|
|Book Superior Room||1||AU$570||Sold||215||265||265||265||265||265||340||215||265||265||265||265||265|
|Book WOTIF MELB SALE QUEEN BED||1||AU$570||Sold||165||215||215||215||215||215||290||165||215||215||215||215||215|
|Book Pre-Winter Sale||1||AU$520||Sold||149||149||165||165||165||165||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold||Sold|
|Book Traditional Room||1||AU$520||Sold||175||225||225||225||225||225||300||175||225||225||225||225||225|
Hotel Windsor Melbourne
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- Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG): Melbourne?s major sporting venue for AFL Games and Grand Final, the Boxing Day Cricket Test every December.
- Melbourne & Olympic Parks: Renowned for presenting an array of concerts and events and consists of the Rod Laver Arena and Vodafone Arena.
- Federation Square features the art work of the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia, the marvels of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, and numerous shops, restaurants and public events.
- Princess Theatre: This Melbourne icon dates back to 1886, its magnificent facade, home to many premier theatre productions in the new "Dolls and Girls"
- Arts Centre, located at Southbank is home to many of Melbourne?s leading performing arts companies;
- Sidney Myer Music Bowl
- Melbourne Museum with Imax Theatre: The largest museum complex in the Southern Hemisphere provides an insight into Australia?s flora, fauna and culture. Highlights include the Science and Life Gallery, the Australia Gallery, the Evolution Gallery with life-size dinosaur skeletons, Children's Museum and striking Forest Gallery.
Within 20 minutes of the hotel are a number of attractions including:
- St Kilda Pier & Luna Park: A traditional centre of recreational activity since the 1850s, the pier is a popular destination for cycling, roller blading, fishing, roller coaster rides at the famous Luna Park attraction, Sunday markets and cosmopolitan dining and shopping on Acland Street.
- Albert Park: Located just 3km from the city and home to the Australian Grand Prix each March, this 225 hectare sporting and recreational park features an 18 Hole Public Golf Course and Golf Driving Range, Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre and 5km lakeside jogging/cycle track.
- Prahran and South Yarra: A focal point of many Australian and internationally renowned designer labels and fashion boutiques, chic cafes and bars. Visit Chapel Street for everything from cutting edge fashion to funky homewares, or detour into Greville Street for offbeat retro clothing and streetwear, funky jewellery, cool record stores and a sensational Sunday market.
- Lygon Street and Carlton: Lygon Street in Carlton is Melbourne's own Little Italy and the birthplace of the city's famous cafe culture. The street's double-storey Victorian terraces present endless cafes and restaurants serving delicious pasta, espresso and gelati. Further down Lygon Street, you'll find bookshops, galleries and plenty of shops selling the latest European and Australian fashions.
Further from Melbourne by car is a number of attractions including
- Yarra Valley: Located one hour's drive from Melbourne, this region is renowned for its wine, fresh food and breathtaking scenery. Home to over 55 wineries, enjoy cellar door tastings and purchases to savour with some of the fresh local produce. The region's other attractions include Healesville Sanctuary Wildlife Park, hot-air balloon rides at dawn and a vibrant calendar of seasonal events that includes the annual Grape Grazing Day each February.
- The Great Ocean Road: Commence your journey in Geelong and discover the beautiful beach areas of Anglesea and Lorne, the rich maritime heritage of Loch Ard Gorge, the great eateries of Queenscliff and the natural wonder of the Twelve Apostles that rise majestically from the Southern Ocean.
- The Dandenong Ranges: An idyllic retreat from the bustle of city life to experience beautiful gardens and magnificent tall forests, browse art and handicraft galleries, enjoy Devonshire tea or a ride through thick forests and fern-filled gullies on Puffing Billy, Australia's oldest steam railway.
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