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Melbourne Boutique Accommodation

Admit it, you’ve always wanted to live a day in the life of a Melbournian. To stand on the shores of Port Philip Bay with a cosmopolitan city at your back would make you as happy as a pig in you-know-what. We feel the same way. Enjoy a long weekend in the hub city of Victoria and soon you’ll be sipping cocktails on a rooftop and skipping down the St. Kilda pier. Care to invite us? Pretty please?

At the end of long days spent in the sun, Melbourne boutique hotels are waiting to welcome you back to comfortable rooms and excellent service. We dare you to think of a more perfect holiday.

Out & About in Melbourne

From the moment your peepers pop open at one of the charming boutique hotels in Melbourne, be it The Prince or Art Series - The Olsen, you’re ready to get out and see why this city is so popular all year round. Mellie wouldn’t dare disappoint you; here are just a few of the ways to pass the time during your visit to Australia’s Second City.

  • Cruise Great Ocean Road: This Australian National Heritage-listed highway is perhaps the most famous in Australia. It runs for more than 240km along the southern coast of the country, and it’s easy to hop on it from Melbourne. You’ll see waterfalls, you’ll stop for lunch, and you’ll do whatever you darn well please.
  • Shop Queen Victoria Market: The largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere is full of vintage finds and fresh produce. You can buy everything from lavender French soap to BBQ street food.
  • Cheer at Melbourne Cricket Ground: Mellie is known for its athletic prowess. In fact, you might say it’s the sports capital of the country—at least, we would. Between March and September, you can paint your face red and black in support of the Melbourne Football Club at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Melbourne certainly helps you work up an appetite, what with all the walking and water sports and general tomfoolery. But don’t worry, the city also offers up plenty of ways to fuel back up. You might say it offers opportunities on a platter, but only if you like bad puns. Ethiopian food fills the streets of Footscray with irresistible savoury scents, and the fine dining at restaurants like Igni are worth the splurge.

If you’re knackered after a day of play, consider bringing some takeaway home to your Melbourne boutique accommodation. Eat it in front of a fireplace or with your feet up on a coffee table—no judgements here.

Wotif’s boutique Melbourne hotels are chockablock with charm and offer the privacy lacking at big-name high-rise hotels. Cosy up with your partner, or have a friends’ getaway and drink wine in your quaint accommodation. The best boutique hotels in Melbourne are dripping in personality and history, ensuring that your holiday is one to remember. Pack your fine dining attire and your new swimwear—it’s time to set sail to Mellie!

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