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Best Western Atlantis Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

Best Western Atlantis Hotel

300 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
Very good. The staff were efficient and very friendly
Traveller from Snug Tasmania
Crowne Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Crowne Plaza Melbourne

1-5 Spencer Street Docklands, Melbourne - Map
"Good "
Close to central down town convenient location. Remodeling occurring next door at this time. Slightly run down feeling though good atmosphere. ...
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Crown Metropol - Southbank Hotels

Crown Metropol

8 Whiteman Street, Southbank - Map
Fantastic hotel in perfect location... Everything at doorstep day and night... Great weekend treat
A Traveller
-658 rooms, including 33 suites, will be abundant with space and natural light.-Gordon Ramsay’s Maze restaurant-Located on …More
Stamford Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Stamford Plaza Melbourne

111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
"Great location with outstanding service. "
The staff were fantastic in helping us out with where the best bars and restaurants were.
A Traveller
Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne

131-137 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne - Map
"Close to city"
All was fine, room a little small but served its purpose. All very clean and worked fine
A Traveller
Harbour Escape Apartments - Docklands Hotels

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
Hilton Melbourne South Wharf - South Wharf Hotels

Hilton Melbourne South Wharf

2 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf - Map
"Great hotel, Great location."
Have stayed at this hotel before and again has not disappointed. Rooms are well appointed, comfortable and very clean. Staff are welcoming and try to accommodate to guests needs. Love the location, close to shopping, restaurants and entertainment. Would recommend to others.
Traveller from Gippsland
Citiclub Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

Citiclub Hotel

113 Queen Street, Melbourne - Map
"Clean, quiet, handy CBD location"
We stayed on a week night so did not have to contend with the nightclub noise. On the 6th floor we found it quiet and were not disturbed by city traffic noise. The room was clean although the carpet was stained. Another comfy chair (there was only one) would have been good. The staff were extremely helpful and thoughtful. The restaurant was cold, large, not very cosy and playing loud music so we decided on room service. Parking was convenient and cheap if you don't need to go in and out and with free city trams nearby there was no need to.
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Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne

328 Flinders Street, Melbourne - Map
"Hotel near to transport and tourists' attractions."
Problem with only 1 small functioning lift. Only told of another lift available after being in hotel for 3 days. Small bathroom which allows for one person usage at any one time. Had to be careful when using toilet especially with the shower divider being so near. Generally friendly staff and impressive lobby.
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Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne

630 Little Collins Streets, Melbourne - Map
"Lovely Hotel with great location & big rooms"
We loved the location with tram stops outside & Southern Cross Station (buses, trains & Skybus) across the street. We could see Etihad stadium from our window. The rooms are huge so it was a joy to be able to spread out & relax during our trip. Bed was really comfy & it was quiet overnight which ensured a great night's sleep. Small amount of free WiFi each day with an option to buy more. Staff are helpful and eager to please. Highly recommend this hotel - nothing negative to say at all! Enjoy!
Traveller from Brisbane, Australia

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    Melbourne is a vibrant and exciting city! Stay in our Melbourne CBD hotels and be in the heart of the all the action.

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    Melbourne CBD boats a network of historic laneways and arcades, offering designer clothes boutiques, al fresco cafes, funky coffee shops, hip clubs and bars, galleries and book stores, just waiting to be discovered. Don't miss Block Place, Degraves Street, Cathedral Arcade, Crossley Street, Royal Arcade, Presgrove Place, Melbourne Central, the QV Building, the GPO precinct and Centre Place. If you're bringing the family, check out our family-friendly hotels with apartments for more than four people.

    While shopping, eating and drinking your way through Melbourne CBD's arcades and laneways, be sure to look up and around and appreciate the beautiful ceiling frescos and stained glass windows of the arcades, and the striking 19th century architecture of the laneways.

    Apart from being renowned as Australia's coffee capital, Melbourne is often referred to as the country's fashion capital, as many designers who have obtained international critical acclaim, have boutiques in Melbourne. Visit Little Collins Street and be amazed at the boutiques of fashion greats such as Scanlan and Theodore, Roy Christou, Bettina Liano and Morrissey. Or check out Bourke Street and visit the boutiques of Zimmerman and Akira Isogawa. You will also find Alannah Hill's store on Howey Place, Saba on Collins Street, and Collette Dinningan on Chapel Street.

    Melbourne's thriving arts scene flourishes in over 100 galleries around the city. Highlights includes: The extensive international collection at the NGV International on St Kilda Road, Southbank; displays of the history of Indigenous and non-Indigenous art in Australia at the NGV's Ian Potter Centre at Flinders Square; The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art on Sturt Street, Southbank; and the Australian Centre for the Moving Image at Federation Square.

    Art also flourishes in public spaces around Melbourne city centre. Wander through the laneways around Hosier Lane and Centre Place and discover lightboxes containing works by international and local artists, check out the Yarra River Gallery along the Birrarung Murr precinct and stroll the Campbell Arcade, on Degraves Street, and view the constantly changing displays in the exhibition case. Our Melbourne CBD accommodation is perfect if you are travelling on business or enjoy the nightlife and want save money on taxis. For more accommodation options near the CBD, browse our Melbourne Docklands accommodation, Williamstown accommodation and East Melbourne accommodation and check out our flights to Melbourne too.