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The Prince - St. Kilda Hotels

The Prince

2 Acland Street, St. Kilda - Map
"August weekend stay"
Very conveniently located close to cafes, the beach and the Sunday morning craft market. Room booked for two people but only one robe in the room and only one coffee bag. This was however remedied promptly once reception was notified. Aircon noisy.
A Traveller
The Prince is a boutique hotel offering style and substance for both leisure and corporate guests. The Prince is located on …More
Crest on Barkly - St. Kilda Hotels

Crest on Barkly

47 Barkly St, St. Kilda - Map
"Good location"
Check in was great , friendly staff, good brekky, close to restaurants.
Traveller from Cairns
The Crest On Barkly Hotel is a three and a half star Comfort Hotel. It is located just outside of Melbourne’s central …More
Tolarno Hotel - St. Kilda Hotels

Tolarno Hotel

42 Fitzroy Street, St. Kilda - Map
"Great location and hotel an interesting change"
Ideal for accessing some great bars and restaurants. Hotel room very nice. Also located on top floor and at back so quiet apart from an early wake up by a neighbour with vacuum. Convenient check out time between 10 and 11. Would recommend to others. A little pricey but that seems the norm in Melbourne.
Traveller from Melbourne
Cosmopolitan Hotel - St. Kilda Hotels

Cosmopolitan Hotel

2-8 Carlisle Street, St. Kilda - Map
"Smelly room"
The cleaners left a odor cleaning machine in our room, at first we didn't think anything of it then when we returned to our room several hours later (after the machine was removed) there was a very nasty cigarette stench throughout the whole room which left all of our clothes smelling like smoke & we also have a 3 month old baby staying in the room as well. Our room was a non smoking room.
Traveller from brisbane
The city centre, St. Kilda Beach, Acland Street’s restaurants, Luna Park, and Albert Park Public Golf Course are within 5 km …More
Apartments Ink - St. Kilda Hotels

Apartments Ink

135 Inkerman Street, St. Kilda - Map
"4-day break close to city!"
Apartments Ink is ideally located out of the CBD but close to tram route into the city centre.
Traveller from Tasmania
Apartments Ink is a stylish modern and vibrant property which features an on-site reception secure undercover parking and an …More
Barkly Apartments - St. Kilda Hotels

Barkly Apartments

180 Barkly Street, St. Kilda - Map
We have enjoyed our stay. Staff are very friendly and helpful. We were very happy about the overall cleanliness. of room.
Traveller from Canberra
Quest St Kilda Bayside - St. Kilda Hotels

Quest St Kilda Bayside

1 Eildon Road, St. Kilda - Map
"Well appointed and easy to access."
Stayed with family members and all went well. Staff were pleasant and rooms quite spacious. Carpark was easy to access.
Traveller from Tarwin lower
Nestling in a quiet leafy tree-lined street in the northern shore area of Port Phillip Bay, the Quest St Kilda Bayside is …More
Novotel St Kilda - St. Kilda Hotels

Novotel St Kilda

16 The Esplanade, St. Kilda - Map
"Perfect Location"
Easy walking distance to local attractions. We have stayed here in the past & will visit again.
Traveller from Victoria
Rydges St Kilda - St. Kilda Hotels

Rydges St Kilda

35-37 Fitzroy Street, St. Kilda - Map
"Nice hotel close to beach, pier & Palais Theatre"
I chose this hotel due to its close proximity to Palais Theatre, which was a comfortable walking distance away, and where we attended a great concert. The walking distance to the beach, pier and around thru the park... was wonderful! We had breakfast at the hotel's street-level cafe and it was delicious. I was disappointed with the room allocation - the room windows looked out on to the rear of the hotel and an alleyway (complete with garbage bins).
Traveller from Canberra, ACT
Adina Apartment Hotel St Kilda - St. Kilda Hotels

Adina Apartment Hotel St Kilda

157 Fitzroy Street, St. Kilda - Map
"Apartment suite"
One cupboard door replaced with chipboard, large drum light shade in living area missing cover, makeup splashed on light fitting over bathroom mirror, big chip taken out of bathroom basin, glass sliding doors in bedroom splashed with something not cleaned up, one speaker on stereo not working, (wire missing). Confusing layout and inside lifts don't go to all floors so you have to go out to the carpark lift. One reception staff member who served us was hard to understand due to her accent. We could hear people in the next room so the walls must be thin.
Traveller from Melbourne

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    Pocket Guide: St. Kilda

    For a great getaway, visit St Kilda, one of Melbourne’s quirkiest inner suburbs. Named after a ship that moored at the area’s main beach during the 1800s, St Kilda was previously known by several names including ‘Green Knoll’ and ‘The Village of Fareham’. The area was considered a prime suburb for Melbourne’s elite, with huge mansions and gardens marking St Kilda’s lush green hills and beautiful waterfront. In recent times, St Kilda has evolved into a haven for artists, musicians and other creative sorts, with a bohemian air in the atmosphere. Our St Kilda accommodation options, which include family-friendly hotels and apartments for four or more people, provide the ideal starting point for you to experience everything this area and its surrounds have to offer.

    St Kilda is home to many of Melbourne’s best-known attractions, including Luna Park. Step through the mouth of the iconic Moonface gate and into a wonderland of retro rides and carnival games. Best of all, entry is free, with visitors paying per ride instead - a perfect day out for families or thrill-seekers on a budget. Too hot for rides? Then why not hit St Kilda Beach, Melbourne’s most famous beach? Relax by the seaside or try your hand at a variety of beach activities and water sports, from windsurfing to sailing, jet skiing to beach volleyball. The truly daring can even skydive! Once you’ve dried off, take a walk down St Kilda Pier to enjoy views of the Melbourne skyline and Port Phillip Bay. See if you can spot the Little Penguins that call the area home!

    St Kilda has a reputation as one of the best entertainment and lifestyle precincts in Melbourne – not a surprise considering the events held in the area. The annual St Kilda Festival is held throughout the suburb during February and features live entertainment, visual arts, outdoor cinema and forums for the whole family to enjoy. Other events such as the St Kilda Film Festival, held in May and the St Kilda Markets, held every Sunday, also fill the calendar to ensure there’s never a dull time to visit. You can also catch a show at one of the area’s heritage-listed performing arts venues such as the stark white, art deco-style Palais Theatre, or the brickwork Astor Theatre. Those with a need for speed should also note that St Kilda is the perfect place to stay if you’re in Melbourne for the Grand Prix, which takes place around Albert Park.

    The best thing about St Kilda? It’s easy to get to! Located just 6km from the Melbourne city centre, St Kilda is easily accessible via tram or bus. Want some fresh air? Why not take a walk along St Kilda Road and see the sights before arriving in this urban haven? However you get here, be sure to book your St Kilda hotel to make your holiday in Melbourne’s ultimate entertainment precinct the best!

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