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What travelers to Melbourne are saying

Melbourne is great and always a place to visit.
Jabbadahut 22 Oct 2015
Very good
Chris M. 19 May 2015

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Located in south-eastern Australia, Melbourne has sunny weather, a flourishing art scene and plentiful shopping, all of which are easily accessed from any one of the many excellent Melbourne-hotels. It’s a city that embraces its past, as is evidenced by the many well-preserved historic buildings, and reaches towards the future with its more than 600 high-rises.

Visit the granddaddy of all the high-rises- the Eureka Skydeck, an 88-story building that looms over the city, and affords views of the landscape beyond. The Skydeck makes a great first stop, as the view helps orient visitors to Melbourne. Being on Australia’s coast, it’s a good bet that there’s a healthy beach culture, which Melbourne surely has. Check out surfside Melbourne accommodation on St. Kilda Beach or Brighton Beach, where you can windsurf, boat, play in the waves or watch a magnificent sunset.

From big name or boutique hotels in Melbourne located in the city centre area, visitors can explore the alleys, streets and arcades that make up Melbourne’s Art District. Sports fans should consider visiting the city during the annual Australian Open Tennis Tournament, or the Australian Formula One Grand Prix.

Shopping buffs should prepare themselves for the peals of joy they’ll utter as they explore the Queen Victoria Market. It’s the largest open air market in the southern hemisphere, and you’ll find everything from fresh food and local delicacies, to authentic local artefacts and souvenirs, to everyday trappings, and round again.

Exclusive discounts allows our members to enjoy Melbourne is one of Australia’s best kept almost secrets. You’ll want to visit it sooner rather than later, before the word gets out!

Hotels in Melbourne

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Recommended hotels

From US$88

1 Oaks On Market Melbourne

4 stars
4.4 / 5 347 reviews

60 Market Street Map

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Oaks On Market Melbourne Hotel provides central Melbourne accommodation, from where guests can enjoy views of Yarra River. Two of Melbourne's famous museums that are located close to the hotel are... More

Great place to stay
Great place to stay, nice and central. Clean comfy room, good bed, etc. Only downside: no free internet. They charge around $15 a day week which, in my view, is kind of prehistoric. Also lots of...
14 Jan 2016
From US$116

2 Melbourne Short Stay Apartments

4 stars
4.3 / 5 25 reviews

187 City Road Map

Book 60 Days In Advance, Stay 3 Nights & Save 15%

Melbourne Short Stay Apartments offers quality service and comfortable accommodation for a relaxing holiday. Its location enables guests to visit area attractions such as Southgate Plaza, Flinders... More

Cost effective business visit
This is the first time I and my 2 colleagues had used a short-stay apartment while attending a Conference. Our 3 bedroom apartment was a pleasant surprise and the price was right!
25 May 2015
From US$79

3 Oaks On Collins

4 stars
4.1 / 5 412 reviews

480 Collins Street Map

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Featuring elegantly appointed full-serviced units in strategic Collins location, Oaks On Collins Melbourne makes for a convenient short- or long-term base in the bustling metropolis. This luxury... More

Fantastic room great location
So close to what I was doing ( poker at Crown). Comfortable, clean, and quiet.
2 Feb 2016
From US$79

4 Oaks on William

4 stars
4.4 / 5 105 reviews

350 William Street Map

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Oaks On William Melbourne Hotel welcomes business and leisure travellers on an extended stay to self-contained accommodations in the heart of the Australian metropolis. This deluxe aparthotel in... More

couple getaway
Lovely hotel, close to market and mall, tram stop close by. Staff friendly and obliging.
17 Jan 2016
From US$75

5 Travelodge Hotel Southbank Melbourne

4 stars
4.5 / 5 551 reviews

9 Riverside Quay Map

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Travelodge Hotel Southbank Melbourne offers comfortable accommodation and convenient facilities. Famous landmarks of the city include National Gallery of Victoria, St Paul's Cathedral, Immigration... More

Happy with our stay
Being Australia Day the rate was a bit expensive. Great location.
29 Jan 2016
From US$102

6 BEST WESTERN PLUS Travel Inn Hotel

4 stars
4.0 / 5 57 reviews

cnr Drummond & Grattan Streets Map

Being close to Melbourne's popular attractions such as Princess Theatre and St Peter's Church, Travel Inn Melbourne with its quakity service is an ideal accommodation choice for both business and... More

Brilliant location
This is chiefly brilliant because it is in an exceptional location for the inner north of the city as well as being very accessible to the CBD. The room I had was clean, well appointed and...
3 Nov 2015
From US$119

7 Melbourne Short Stay At SouthBankOne

4 stars
4.2 / 5 13 reviews

180 City Road, Southbank Map

US$10.00 off stays of 1 or more nights

Guests can plan their vacation at Melbourne Short Stay At Southbankone which is known for its excellent amenities, well equipped accommodation and friendly staff. This property is close to the... More

Family trip to the Australian Open
We enjoyed the 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment at Southbank One. Very comfortable and clean. Rooms were quiet and there was a supermarket next door and a restaurant, Rumour - very nice breakfast -...
23 Jan 2016
From US$87

8 Causeway 353 Hotel Melbourne

4 stars
4.4 / 5 369 reviews

353 Little Collins Street Map

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Causeway 353 Hotel Melbourne offers travellers a modern base in the Victoria capital with modern furnishings and amenities. A Melbourne holiday is not complete without a trip to must-visit area... More

Romantic Getaway
We had a very comfortable stay. The hotel was in a perfect location and was close to everything. We had a spa suite which was very large and very comfortable.
16 Nov 2015
From US$91

9 City Tempo Melbourne Short Stay Apartments

4 stars
4.3 / 5 74 reviews

353 Queen Street Map

Stay 2 Nights & Save 10%

Whether travelling to Melbourne for business or leisure, City Tempo Short Stay Apartments Melbourne offers comfortable accommodation as well as an attentive service. This property is in walking... More

Quick visit
The Apartment was well appointed, and the service was excellent. The apartment contained all we needed and was well cleaned and serviced. Internet connection was as slow as, but as we were there...
4 Feb 2016
From US$115

10 Quality Hotel Downtowner on Lygon

4 stars
4.4 / 5 18 reviews

66 Lygon Street Carlton Map

Strategically located next to the must-visit attractions and business hubs, Quality Hotel Downtowner On Lygon Melbourne makes for a suitable base for a weekend escape or business trip in Melbourne.... More

What are you looking for
Stayed at this hotel many times over the past ten years. We frequently go into the City for an overnight stay and this place suits our requirements really well. It is designed for people who want...
29 Apr 2015
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Insider city tips

  • Tacey Rychter, Editor of Broadsheet Melbourne

    "..stay in the CBD and be within walking distance to heaps of great things."

    Tacey Rychter, Editor of the online culture guide Broadsheet Melbourne, shares some of her top recommendations for where to stay and what not to miss on your next trip to Melbourne.

    1. What do you think is the best neighbourhood to stay in on a weekend trip to Melbourne and why?

    That's tough. Windsor and Prahran has really lovely character and some excellent cafes and shops to explore. Fitzroy and Collingwood is an area that's changing very quickly – new cafes, restaurants and bars open every week and forward-thinking people are pushing the boundaries there in a lot of ways. Alternatively – just stay in the CBD and be within walking distance to heaps of great things.

    2. What's your favourite hotel in Melbourne and why?

    I'd say the Art Series Hotels. The four in Melbourne are well located, and each have an individual, boutique feel. There's a new one in Bendigo too, that's worth checking out. You can borrow these fun, bright-yellow bikes from there and take a spin around the town.

    3.What’s your favourite Melbourne attraction you won’t find on the tourist map?

    If you love film, I'd say The Astor in Windsor. It's a beautiful, historic cinema that seems to be on the verge of closure every few years, but then gets rescued at the last minute. It's in this glorious Art Deco building, there's something great on every night of the week (often a double feature), and the choc tops are made in-house.

    4. Can you suggest any hidden bars or restaurants to explore in Melbourne’s CBD?

    Union Electric is one of my favourite little hidden bars at the moment. It's tucked away in Chinatown with little signage, and they do some excellent cocktails with fresh apple juice. You can also order in food from the Chinese restaurant next door. As for hidden restaurants, Rosa's Kitchen is a great little find on Punch Lane for a well-priced, comforting Italian meal. I also think Tonka in Duckboard Place is always a winner.

    5. What's the most unique experience you would recommend a visitor to Melbourne’s CBD?

    Eat at Chin Chin. It seems like a really tired and obvious recommendation, but after six years it still has lines out the door for a good reason. The trick is to put your name down early – by about 5.30pm. Then you can have a drink downstairs at GoGo before heading into the restaurant to watch this beautiful, chaotic magic happen.

    6. What advice would you offer a first time visitor to Melbourne?

    Eat as much as you can. The quality, level of creativity and variety of food now in Melbourne is just out of control. And there's so much of it. Have a drink here, a bar snack there, dessert somewhere else. Pack it all in. You can never have it all, but you can try.

    Read more great Insider Tips to help you get more out of your trip to Melbourne here.

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