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Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne

131-137 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne - Map
"Everything was great except the bed"
Having a proper king bed rather than pushing 2 singles together-height difference of 50mm, not ideal when your having a rare night out with your wife and a break form your kids.
A Traveller
Hilton Melbourne South Wharf - South Wharf Hotels

Hilton Melbourne South Wharf

2 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf - Map
"Great staff, they just want to to help you "
Great service all round, the food is amazing, if recommend the sticky date pudding from room service
A Traveller
Best Western Atlantis Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

Best Western Atlantis Hotel

300 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
"Close to train station and easy walk to get to"
Was easy to check-in, no fuss and friendly staff. Room was clean and bed was comfortable
Traveller from Melbourne
Citiclub Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

Citiclub Hotel

113 Queen Street, Melbourne - Map
"Close to cbd"
Very happy with how close to everything. It was clean and the staff were very helpful. Can be a little bit noisy at night.
Traveller from tasmania
Stamford Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Stamford Plaza Melbourne

111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
"Good location and old style comfort "
We enjoyed our one night stay. Great location, staff were friendly and very clean. Only downside was very low pressure in the shower.
A Traveller
St. Jerome's - The Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

St. Jerome's - The Hotel

Level 3, Melbourne - Map
Crowne Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Crowne Plaza Melbourne

1-5 Spencer Street Docklands, Melbourne - Map
"Good Hotel, close to the city "
Clean comfortable room, helpful staff, no issues. Would stay again.
A Traveller
Oaks WRAP on Southbank - Southbank Hotels

Oaks WRAP on Southbank

133 -139 City Road, Southbank - Map
"Great stay, will stay again :)"
Great stay, was really happy with our room...nice and central.
Traveller from Victoria
Crown Metropol - Southbank Hotels

Crown Metropol

8 Whiteman Street, Southbank - Map
"Great Hotel in the heart of Melbourne"
Had a great stay. Went straight up to the pool for the afternoon. Kids had a swim while I enjoyed a spa. Shops & restaurants all close by. Comfortable & clean room! Friendly staff! Thanks Crown Metropol.!
Traveller from J
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InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto - Melbourne Hotels

InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto

495 Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
"Very central "
Every one very polite and efficient we had a small issue which was looked after very well. Highly recommend.
Traveller from sydnet

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    Pocket Guide: Melbourne Melbourne CBD Hotels

    A trip to Melbourne’s CBD spells incredible coffee, art and fashion. You’ll have an unforgettable holiday when staying in our Melbourne CBD accommodation and you’ll be in the best spot to admire beautiful 19th century architecture, hang out in trendy cafes and bars, indulge in gourmet treats and shop til you drop! Could there be a better way to spend your holiday?

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    Things to do

    When it comes to shopping, you can start off at the Myer Centre and then work your way through the famous arcades and laneways. Don't miss the Block Arcade, the Royal Arcade, Melbourne Central, the QV Building and Cathedral Arcade. Collins Street and Elizabeth Street are also home to some internationally acclaimed fashion designers, so make sure you stop by their boutique stores if you've got time.

    During your epic shopping expedition, you'll no doubt need a pit stop. Fortunately, the laneways and arcades are also brimming with alfresco cafes and cosy little eateries. And at night, they light up with funky bars and live music venues. Lygon Street is another must-visit for gastronomy at its finest, especially of the Italian variety. If you don't have time to go anywhere else, make sure you drop in to Brunetti, which is well-known as Melbourne's largest dessert shop and gelataria. They also make outstanding pizzas and pastas, so you won't go home hungry.

    If you've run out of room in your suitcase or just want to take a break from shopping, culture vultures should catch a train to Flinders Street Station and snap some photos of this architectural icon. Then, head across the road to Federation Square, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image and the NGV's Ian Potter Centre. Afterwards, visit the Melbourne Museum and the National Gallery of Victoria, which are both a bit further down the road.

    For a great night out, you can kick back in one of the many bars in the laneways and arcades, have a laugh at The Comedy Club, try your luck at the Crown Casino, watch some live sports, be entertained at Dracula's Cabaret Restaurant or attend a concert or show at one of the many live music venues in the city.

    Getting here

    After your flight to Melbourne, the getting to Melbourne’s CBD is a breeze as its only 20km away by bus, train or taxi. Otherwise, the Avalon Airport is 55km away. Once you've arrived, getting around is a breeze, thanks to the comprehensive public transport system of trains, buses and trams. All you have to do is purchase a myki card (the local transport card, pronounced "my key") and you're on your way!

    Ready to live up every lastminute in Melbourne? Book a room in one of our fantastic Melbourne CBD hotels listed and get ready for the break of a lifetime!

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