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Footscray Motor Inn - Footscray Hotels

Footscray Motor Inn

90 Droop Street, Footscray - Map
 
 
Nice clean modern looking room. As a whole it is Well positioned for what I needed. would stay again
A Traveller
The Footscray Motor Inn is a great place to stay in Melbourne – Australia. This four star residence has all the perks of …More
Plough Hotel - Footscray Hotels

Plough Hotel

333 Barkly Street, Footscray - Map
 
 
"Comfortable hotel, conveniently located."
We had an excellent experience - my daughter and I were travelling to Footscray from Adelaide to visit my Mother in Footscray Hospital. I phoned the hotel from the airport about 9:30am to see if there was any opportunity to leave our bags prior to our 2pm check-in before heading up to the hospital, and this was no problem - when we got there, we were able to check in and get into our room, as it was already available. Room was modern and immaculately clean, and included usual comforts of tea/coffee facilities, TV and free Wi-Fi.
Traveller from Adelaide SA
Boutique Stays - Three Bedroom Townhouse - Footscray Hotels

Boutique Stays - Three Bedroom Townhouse

54 Victoria Street, Footscray - Map
 
 
Palms Motel - Footscray Hotels

Palms Motel

50 Geelong Road, Footscray - Map
 
 
2.7 out of 5 (130 reviews)
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Best Western Geelong Motor Inn

CNR PRINCES HWY & KOOYONG ROAD, Geelong - Map
 
 

Top Hotels Near Footscray

Docklands Private Collection of Apartments - Digital Harbour - Docklands Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$150

Docklands Private Collection of Apartments - Digital Harbour

7/198 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands - Map
 
 
"Great location, good value with a few issues"
We stayed for 3 nights & whilst fairly comfortable, suggest this is a good 3 star apartment. The bedrooms are about as small as you can get , and the bathroom is similar. Otherwise the lounge & kitchen is fine & everything is clean. The rooms are not serviced daily - but there are 2 extra towels provided. One little trick is the door locks are keyed - so must be locked every time you use the door (out and in)
Traveller from NSW
The Sebel Melbourne Docklands - Docklands Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
AU$199

The Sebel Melbourne Docklands

18 Aquitania Way, Docklands - Map
 
 
"Great location and excellent value for money! "
Will make it my new regular. Pool, gym close to the tram, and in the heart of boat yards, couldn't ask for more. Bed very comfy.
A Traveller
The Sebel Melbourne Docklands' inner city, harbourside location is within close proximity to the Docklands, City Centre and …More
Apartments Melbourne Domain - Docklands - Docklands Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
AU$265

Apartments Melbourne Domain - Docklands

13 Caravel Lane, Docklands - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel"
We had a free upgrade from a 2 bedroom apartment to a 3 bedroom apartment which was great. Free parking within the building, nice view, it was a great stay. Only downside was that some of the conditions of the hotel was not of 100% standard but that didn't matter to us.
Traveller from L
Apartments @ Docklands - Docklands Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars
AU$465

Apartments @ Docklands

23 Rakaia Way, Docklands - Map
 
 
"great staffs and service"
very comfortable place and wonderful staffs!highly recommended!
Traveller from sydney
The Apartments @ Docklands offer guests a home away from home in Australia. These Melbourne self serviced apartments are …More
Harbour Escape Apartments - Docklands Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Harbour Escape Apartments

Caravel Lane (no onsite reception), Docklands - Map
 
 
"Water view"
Lucky enough for a free upgrade which certainly helps. Great value for money when compared to friends staying in similar accommodation nearby.
Traveller from Mackay

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    Pocket Guide: Footscray

    How would you like a holiday in a multicultural city with a wide range of ethnic cuisine, markets and coffee from around the world? Staying in our Footscray hotels puts you in the perfect position to explore the city of Melbourne and the surrounding regions. After World War II, immigrants from Eastern and Southern Europe poured into Footscray, settling into labouring jobs. Then, in the 80s and 90s, it became a central point in Melbourne for Asian refugees – mostly Chinese and Vietnamese - who brought their cuisine and festivals with them. Footscray is, today, a multicultural hub of activity. This can only mean two things: yum and fun.

    Footscray Park is the perfect place for an afternoon picnic. This Edwardian park is right by the Maribyrnong River and has beautiful garden beds to wander around, as well as a few ponds. After lunch, you can take a cruise down the Maribyrnong River. If you're a sports fan, head to Whitten Oval, where you can see the Western Bulldogs training. Meanwhile, culture vultures will enjoy the galleries and museums in Footscray. The Melbourne Museum of Printing is where you can check out the printing presses of yesteryear, with one machine on display which is over 160 years old! The Trocadero Art Space also displays a great collection of local artwork and, every second November, the Big West Festival exhibits work from Melbourne's western suburbs' artists.

    The biggest events of the year in Footscray are both held in late January to early February. They are the Chinese New Year festival, where you can watch the beautiful fireworks display, and the Tet Lunar Year Festival, which features dancing dragons, live music and open air food stalls, just like the ones in Vietnam. No matter what time of year you're here, your stomach is sure to be satisfied in Footscray. This suburb is most famous for its delicious Ethiopian food and Vietnamese pho soup. You can even pick up Vietnamese ingredients at Saigon Market if you want to try cooking some at home for yourself. The market also has tropical fruits galore. Footscray Market is another popular spot, where you can find rare international ingredients, perfect for those times when you decide to cook something exotic and the recipe calls for an obscure herb you've never even heard of.

    Footscray is only 5km from the Melbourne CBD and you can get here by taking the train from the city. If you're coming from the airport – which is only 23km away - it's as simple as catching a train to Central Station and changing over to the Footscray line. So wot are you waiting for? Book one of our cheap flights to Melbourne and book from our range of Footscray accommodation below.

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