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Atlantis Hotel, Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Atlantis Hotel, Melbourne

300 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
"Good location, good facilities and well priced."
We stayed in a twin room which was spotlessly clean. Holidaying on a tight budget so opted for room with no view. Have stayed here before and like the location. Very close to Southern Cross Station for transport links and airport shuttle. There is a Coles supermarket about 150m away which was handy for picking up snacks, drinks etc. Trams just a few metres away. Handy for shopping at Spencer Street outlet, not far from Harbour Town and walkable to city centre. If you are happy to walk and catch trams etc, it's easy to get to all major attractions. Breakfast reasonably priced, especially for kids.
Traveller from Adelaide
Experience Bella Hotel Apartments - Southbank Hotels

Experience Bella Hotel Apartments

250 City Road, Southbank - Map
"Beautiful weekend away"
Stayed in the single bedroom queen bed apartment with my partner. Was spaced lovely for the two of us, had foxtel on the lounge TV and a TV also in the bedroom. Free Wi-Fi also. No problem with only the 2 lifts, and we were staying the first week of the holidays so expected it to be busy, however it very much wasn't. Only issue I could find was not having blackout blinds at night, and being next to a fairly lit up car park outside our window this took getting to sleep a bit longer. Otherwise everything was clean, affordable, comfortable, professional any wonderfully located. With neither of us driving and only using public transport to go to the zoo, we could walk to crown, southgate, Eureka tower, flinders street station and southern cross station, restaraunts and bars along the river, and art gallery and acmi.
Traveller from Melbourne
The Hotel Windsor - Melbourne Hotels

The Hotel Windsor

111 Spring Street, Melbourne - Map
"Wonderful "
A lovely couple of days away, training, and so nice to come back to each night. Room was spacious, spotlessly clean and very comfortable. Staff were helpful, and very friendly.
Traveller from K
Travelodge Hotel Melbourne Southbank - Southbank Hotels

Travelodge Hotel Melbourne Southbank

Cnr Southgate Ave / Riverside Quay, Southbank - Map
"Nice hotel close to casino"
Very clean staff very friendly. Rooms a bit small and unable to open window on balcony.
Traveller from vic
Set within the Southbank shopping/business complex and 200 metres from Yarra River, this modern-style hotel is just across …More
Rydges Melbourne Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

Rydges Melbourne Hotel

186 Exhibition Street, Melbourne - Map
"Great location"
Great location Drinks at the bar were very expensive especially wine
A Traveller
Oceanview Docklands - Docklands Hotels

Oceanview Docklands

9 Waterside Place, Docklands - Map
Great Southern Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Great Southern Hotel Melbourne

44 Spencer Street, Melbourne - Map
"Good and reliable stay."
Good spacious room. Only downside dripping tap and cold water tap needed attention. Please consider having some biscuits as a complementary thank you!
A Traveller
Brady Hotel Central Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Brady Hotel Central Melbourne

30 Little La Trobe Street, Melbourne - Map
"Fabulous location"
The accommodation was all that we needed, clean, easy access, friendly staff
Traveller from Australia
Brand new 4 star hotel located in Melbournes bustling central business district CBD close to some of the citys most iconic …More
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne - Melbourne Hotels

Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne

328 Flinders Street, Melbourne - Map
"Mixed reaction !"
There were many things I loved about this hotel - and some things I didn't enjoy. I loved the hotel itself - very charming old world style. Beautiful decor, really wonderful staff and excellent location. The room I was in was quite well fitted out and lovely, but very small. This didn't really bother me, as it was so clean and well equipped. I was unfortunately next to some sort of generator which was really noisy the whole time I was there. I also found the bedding either too hot or too cold - though I appreciate this is an extremely difficult thing to get right as everyone has their own taste and I dare say it would be next to impossible to satisfy every customer. However, the doona only fitted about 3/4's of the bed, which was really odd. Anyway - I was there for 6 nights and didn't get a decent sleep the whole time I was there. I have read some of the other reviews online and see that the Manager is very solicitous of everyone's feedback - I know I probably could have requested another room - however, I was working every day and night and wouldn't have had time to move. Another odd thing I found was that 6 of the 8 power points weren't working. Also a very confusing automated lighting system ! I would try this hotel again - and possibly book a larger room and request that I'm on the other side to the generator that was so noisy. I wanted to love this Hotel, and for the most part I did - there were just a couple of things that let this trip down unfortunately.
Traveller from Sydney
Citiclub Hotel - Melbourne Hotels

Citiclub Hotel

113 Queen Street, Melbourne - Map
"Great location, lovely staff"
Nice rooms, comfortable beds. Staff were so lovely and very accomodating.
Traveller from Bendigo, Victoria

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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!

    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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