Melbourne 5 star hotels
Find quality 5 star hotels in Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne 5 star hotels are also well known for their Location and Room cleanliness.
8 Whiteman Street, Southbank Map
Nu Luxury Package! Breakfast & Valet Parking
Equipped with elegant rooms, full-service spa, luxury shops and other conveniences, the lavish Crown Metropol Southbank Melbourne makes for a convenient base for the classy traveller in this part... More
8 Whiteman Street Map
Experience Package! Breakfast,Valet Parking & Wine
Travellers visiting Melbourne find the luxurious accommodations of Crown Towers Hotel Melbourne. Aside from attending events at Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, guests at this ideally... More
Favourite hotel in melbourne. The bathroom is to die for
111 Little Collins Street Map
Early-Bird, Stay 3 Nights & Save
Stamford Plaza Melbourne Hotel offers stylish self-contained spaces set in a central location in the Victoria capital. Tourists exploring Melbourne should not miss venturing to the shopping and... More
33 Spencer Street Map
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This Hotel is an historic Melbourne icon, with a unique & distinguished personality. This hotel is conveniently located just 100 metres from Southern Cross Station.They may also visit Melbourne... More
The Langham Melbourne is an elegant luxury hotel with a location suitable for both business and leisure travellers in Melbourne. Sunday market is just 200 metres from this hotel where guests can... More
26 Southgate Ave Southbank Map
Rate includes Breakfast
Offer world-class services and elegant accommodations with picturesque views of the Yarra River, Quay West Suites Melbourne makes for a luxurious haven for business and leisure travellers visiting... More
Great Weekend Stay
The Hotel Windsor Melbourne invites travellers to a luxurious 19th-century architecture with plush amenities and lavish Victorian-inspired furnishings. Tourists at this Melbourne hotel learn more... More
Our stay at the Windsor
Art Series The Blackman Hotel Melbourne is situated within the historic Airlie Mansion and is only few minutes walk from Melbourne's CBD. It is also close to Fawkner Park and Australian Formula One... More
We loved our stay at The Blackman.
Grand Hyatt Melbourne provides quality accommodation in the heart of Melbourne's central business, shopping, theatre and restaurant district. Some of the popular city attractions are Parliament... More
Housed in an elegant 19th-century Gothic structure, InterContinental Hotel Melbourne The Rialto fuses sophisticated European design with modern sensibilities in a central location. This luxurious... More
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Insider city tips
David Hagger of The World Loves Melbourne
"The best precinct to stay in would be the Melbourne CBD, one of the most attractive inner city spaces in the world."
David Hagger of The World Loves Melbourne shared with us some tips and hacks to explore the luxury side of Melbourne.
1. What's your top pick of 5 star hotels in Melbourne?
Crown Towers or Crown Metropol at the Casino for luxury and foodie options, with The Langham also appealing for its service and elegance. Also compelling are the Grand Hyatt and Park Hyatt, and for location we also enjoy the Sofitel on Collins
2. Where can you enjoy an outstanding luxury food experience in Melbourne? What's the must-try dish?
Melbourne has an amazing foodie scene featuring a wide range of genres and nationalities. Attica is rated no 32 restaurant in the world on the S. Pellegrino Top 100, and the Modern Australian menu changes, with extraordinary small dishes that celebrate the main ingredient as the hero. The Extended Tasting Menu may include delicacies such as Snow Crab and Begonia or Marron, Lilly Pilly and Pearl. Vue De Monde is a fabulous experience up 55 floors with stunning views, and a memorable degustation. Check out the Blackmore Wagyu, smoked bone marrow, saltbush. We recommend booking at these restaurants.
3. What’s your favourite luxury Melbourne attraction you won’t find on the tourist map?
A recent attraction is Coombe Farm in the Yarra Valley which is a must visit for its Dame Nellie Melba tour, stunning wines at cellar door, and restaurant.
The property was developed and opened up by the family to allow a celebration of Australia's greatest Opera singer. You also get a sense of this fabulous period in Melbourne's history with Melba inviting famous artists over to the property as friends - and Charlie Chaplin swam in the pool...
4. Can you suggest any travel hacks for Melbourne only the locals know about?
Don't just go to the large producers in the wine regions but also check out boutique smaller wineries for a rich experience. In the Yarra Valley this can include Medhurst, Oakridge, Madden's Rise, Punt Road Wines and others. Also there are world class gardens in the Dandenong Ranges worth a visit such as National Rhododendron Gardens and Cloudehill Gardens, with nearby charming villages. Apart from the Yarra Valley, we recommend the Mornington Peninsula for it scenery and wineries, and some 3 hours from Melbourne is a slice of Italy in the King Valley.
5. Which do you think is the best neighbourhood to stay in, on a weekend trip to Melbourne?
The best precinct to stay in would be the Melbourne CBD, one of the most attractive inner city spaces in the world. Staying in the hotels mentioned above, gives you a luxury experience plus access to a plethora of dining and shopping options. Outside the CBD I would stay in somewhere like The Olsen near the action on Chapel St. The Art Series Hotels are fun, playful and are well appointed.
6. What's the most unique experience you would recommend a visitor to Melbourne?
Iconic Melbourne in a snapshot would be to check out Hosier Lane, then wander to Federation Square and Flinders St Station and St Pauls Cathedral, then walk to the NGV along St Kilda Rd and finish off with a stroll along Southbank and to the Casino.
7. Anything you would like to add?
While in Melbourne I would also check out eclectic precincts such as Brunswick St Fitzroy, Smith St Collingwood, St Kilda and visit sport at world class stadiums such as the MCG. Also check out the thriving coffee scene with amazing cafes in laneways.
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