St Kilda hotels
St Kilda is a great location in Australia for travelers who want a unique experience. There are 17 cheap accommodation options available for booking near St Kilda. Our discounted St Kilda hotels are typically well known for their Room cleanliness and Value.
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Rydges St Kilda (Formerly Urban St Kilda) invites business and leisure travellers for an artsy Melbourne stay with unique interiors and stylish accommodations near the beach. Visitors at the... More
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Offering quality accommodation and services, Cosmopolitan Boutique Hotel Melbourne is an ideal reside for guests visiting Melbourne. St Kilda Beach, Jewish Holocaust Centre and La Trobe's Cottage... More
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Novotel Melbourne St Kilda Hotel welcomes discerning travellers to sophisticated beachside accommodations in this Australian coast. Tourists on a St Kilda vacation engage in water activities at... More
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Business and leisure travellers on short- or long-term stays in Melbourne find suitable base in the comfortable accommodations of Apartments Ink St. Kilda. Tourists at this modern property can... More
Quest On St. Kilda Road Serviced Apartment Melbourne is a great place to start Melbourne's vacation. This apartment offers comfortable accommodation and quality service. Less than 1 kilometre from... More
The Prince is a luxury boutique hotel overlooking the waters of Port Philip Bay in the heart of St Kilda Outside amid the hum of Melbourne's most storied suburb. The beach is just steps away while... More
Featuring excellent service, high standards of comfort and a friendly atmosphere, Kimberley Gardens Hotel and Serviced Apartments is an ideal place to reside for both business as well as leisure... More
Crest On Barkly Hotel Melbourne has comfortable accommodation offering business facilities for all kinds of guests in a suitable location in Melbourne. It is in close proximity to Government House... More
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Whether in Melbourne for business or leisure, travellers find suitable base in the vibrant city at Easystay Apartments Melbourne in St. Kilda. The well-situated properties place visitors close to... More
157 Fitzroy Street Map
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Vacationers and business travellers looking for tranquil accommodations near the beach in the suburbs of Melbourne book a stay at the chic Adina Apartment Hotel, St Kilda. While in St. Kilda,... More
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Insider city tips
Louise Hudson of St Kilda Tourism Association
"From penguins to theme parks, community gardens to fantastic eats and sleeps, and only 6km from the city, there’s a reason why St Kilda is still Melbourne’s favourite beachside playground."
We interviewed Louise Hudson of St Kilda Tourism Association for the inside scoop on where to stay and how to get around St. Kilda
1. What's your top pick for where to stay in St Kilda and why?
There is a bounty of family-friendly, backpacker and corporate accommodation options in St Kilda. The Cosmopolitan is only a stone’s throw from the action on Acland Street, the Novotel St Kilda offers amazing bay views from its position opposite the foreshore, Habitat HQ is a bustling backpackers paradise, and there’s plenty of other options in between.
2. What's the best way to get around in St Kilda? What about arriving from the airport?
St Kilda is best viewed on foot, by bike or by the newest form of transport – Rickshaw!
St Kilda Rickshaws was started up by a trio of friendly Americans who let you enjoy a three-wheeled bike ride anywhere round the area, whether to get from A to B or to simply lap up the sights. It’s the coolest way to see the area.
From the airport – there are various bus groups that you can book in advance, and will take you from the airport direct to your accommodation in St Kilda. Alternatively there’s the train to the city, then tram or taxi.
3. Can you suggest any travel hacks for St Kilda that only the locals know about?
- The Jewish Museum of Australia - explores and shares the Jewish experience in Australia
- Luxury day spas – The Aurora Spa (at Prince Hotel), Nourish - heated beds and everything including lashes.
- Shopping: Sacred Heart Mission Grey Street Op Shop -something for everybody.
- Patisseries: Cacao - Melbourne's most innovative chocolatier, great pastries and bread. Baker D. Chirico - fabulous artisan breads and pastries.
- Homewares: Scout House - fabulous objects from around the world, Moss - beautiful quality homewares.
4. What’s the most unique attraction you can find in St Kilda?
You can’t go past Luna Park – it’s got the oldest operating ‘Scenic Railway’ roller-coaster in the world.
5. Where can you find the best nightlife in St Kilda?
St Kilda is renowned for its nightlife. The list is endless but here’s a few of the local faves…
- Lona for Barcelona-inspired pintxos and its 50-bottle wine list
- The Esplanade Hotel (the Espy) - A physical landmark in St Kilda, and a cultural icon to Australia, the Espy continues its long standing tradition of live music, playing host to over 50 bands and DJs on average every week.
- Barney Allen's – a local institution and popular for Sunday afternoon sessions. It's also kid friendly with toys and stuff. Great pub food too.
- Monday night Drag queens: Robarta and Club London - get your glitter on.
- Veludo Bar - tasty food, friendly service and a well stocked bar.
- Captain Baxter on the St Kilda foreshore – with a beachside lounge and stunning wine list, it’s hard to go past this hot spot.
6. What are the best activities for kids in St Kilda?
The Adventure Playground – chock full of play areas including a big aeroplane, big wooden horse with saddle, trampolines, tree for climbing, go-kart path, big metal slide, chook house and ride on dinosaur. Kiteboarding, roller blading, walking, riding along the foreshore. It’s a no-brainer for families!
7. Anything you would like to add?
From penguins to theme parks, community gardens to fantastic eats and sleeps, and only 6km from the city, there’s a reason why St Kilda is still Melbourne’s favourite beachside playground. St Kilda offers an unmistakable hip vibe, and it has diversified itself to offer appealing weekend escapes for everyone from big families to getaways for couples.
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