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YTI Garden Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

YTI Garden Hotel

378 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne - Map
"Central Location"
The rooms are large, although furnishings are somewhat primitive, but the location is excellent.
Traveller from Sydney
Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne

630 Little Collins Streets, Melbourne - Map
"Vibe Savoy across from the Southern Cross Station"
Stayed in Queen standard room. Very close to public transport. Room was very clean good bed and pillows. There was no welcome book in room hardly any of information . The TV cabinet was too big for room coming right up to the end of the bed. Would have been good to have a chair or lounge in the room as well.
A Traveller
Oaks On Market - Melbourne Hotels

Oaks On Market

60 Market Street, Melbourne - Map
"Excellent CBD location "
Great place to stay, the Yarra is a block and a half away and trams are 30m away. Everything about the accommodation was great but if there's something I can pick it would be that there was no biscuits with the tea and coffee stand in our room and also some sort of room guide from what the tv channels are to dinning options to transport guide. I guess these are probably starting to be a thing of the pass with phone internet. We will stay here again for sure.
Traveller from Ballarat
Melbournes newest all suite hotel!A brand new all suite hotel loacated in the heart of Melbourne and amongst the financial …More
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne

328 Flinders Street, Melbourne - Map
"Great hotel with amazing service"
The hotel is what you would expect from an inner city hotel however the service from the staff was over and above what I would normally receive. We will definitely make this our regular hotel when in Melbourne.
A Traveller
Stamford Plaza Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Stamford Plaza Melbourne

111 Little Collins Street, Melbourne - Map
Excellent hotel with friendly staff. The room exceeded our expectation.
Traveller from Sydney, Australia
Imagine Marco - Southbank Hotels

Imagine Marco

42-48 Balston Street, Southbank - Map
Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne

131-137 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne - Map
"Great city escape"
Great spot for a city escape. Asked for a room on one of the newly renovated levels and was given it. Upgraded from our basic room to the bigger one which was worth the $40 bc it would've been quite small. The pool looked fantastic and the facilities that we saw were all really nice. Great Escape. Close to really good Melbourne bars and restaurants and super easy to get to.
Traveller from Melbourne
Pegasus Apart’Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

Pegasus Apart’Hotel

206 A'Beckett Street, Melbourne - Map
"Good hotel, great location close to Cicentre "
Close to Vic market easy walk to resteraunts and shopping
Traveller from Portland
Travelodge Docklands - Docklands Hotels

Travelodge Docklands

66 Aurora Lane, Docklands - Map
just what we needed for the night in melb. good to see a big bed too
A Traveller
Oaks on William - Melbourne Hotels

Oaks on William

350 William Street, Melbourne - Map
"Excellent "
Great stay, lovely hotel, very clean and comfortable
A Traveller

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    Melbourne Central Business District 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!

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