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Crown Metropol - Southbank Hotels

Crown Metropol

8 Whiteman Street, Southbank - Map
View from room was not what I expected ask to see Melbourne and got a view of roof car park and construction workers
A Traveller
-658 rooms, including 33 suites, will be abundant with space and natural light.-Gordon Ramsay’s Maze restaurant-Located on …More
Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne

131-137 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne - Map
Great meals and accommodation, great location, shops nearby
Traveller from Sale
Stamford Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Stamford Plaza Melbourne

111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
"Oasis in the city"
The Stamford Plaza has been my place for mini breaks when travelling from my home in country Victoriia. It's an all suite hotel and the staff are the best service I've ever experienced. The food is fantastic and it's the perfect place to go to do some retail therapy or just to chill and relax!
Traveller from Shepparton
Best Western Atlantis Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

Best Western Atlantis Hotel

300 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
"Convenient and comfortable. "
We have stayed here when traveling by train to Southern Cross and using the Sky Bus to the airport the next day. Very convenient as it is only a short walk. Last time we arrived in the morning and asked to leave our bags, but were offered a room straight away which was very nice.
Traveller from Warrnambool
Citiclub Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

Citiclub Hotel

113 Queen Street, Melbourne - Map
"Nice central hotel"
For the price the room was decent. Can't complain except it works have been better to be in the new tower A rather than tower B. Pool was great. Garibaldi's restaurant was awesome. Real Italian food in Bangkok
Traveller from Adelaide
St. Jerome's - The Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

St. Jerome's - The Hotel

Level 3, Melbourne - Map
Hilton Melbourne South Wharf - South Wharf Hotels

Hilton Melbourne South Wharf

2 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf - Map
"Good value hotel. Close to shopping and cafes"
On arrival staff were prompt and courteous. Our room was ready before check-in time. We had views of the bay and river. Nice restaurant in the hotel. Overall a good experience as walking distance from shopping and eateries.
Traveller from Newcastle NSW
Oaks on Collins - Melbourne Hotels

Oaks on Collins

480 Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
"Good medium range hotel"
Generally very happy with everything - Our room didn't have a window though so a bit disconcerting (Room 1501). Also would have been nice to have a bigger bathroom with a bath.
Traveller from Brisbane
A central business district address, this hotel is within 1 km of the Stock Exchange, Aquarium, Crown Casino, and the …More
Oaks WRAP on Southbank - Southbank Hotels

Oaks WRAP on Southbank

133 -139 City Road, Southbank - Map
" close to everything"
These apartments are close to everything. there is a food works down the road and Southbank is a 3 minute walk away.
Traveller from Australia
HarbourView Apartment Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

HarbourView Apartment Hotel

585 La Trobe Street, Melbourne - Map
"Centrally located & easy walk to the train."
The staff were lovely, the rooms were extremely functional. Great for a short stay in Melbourne.
Traveller from Purnim
Situated adjacent to the Central Business District and just a short stroll or tram ride away from Melbourne's CBD, finest …More

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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.