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Novotel Melbourne South Wharf

Novotel Melbourne South Wharf

Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

Located in the historic South Wharf Promenade in Melbourne, the four star Novotel Melbourne South Wharf was built in 2017. The staffs are very nice, the facilities are very friendly for business travelers, perfect for business trip.

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Avg. price/night: £80
9.3 Superb 1,579 reviews
QT Melbourne

QT Melbourne

Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

Located in the heart of Melbourne, just 200 metres from the Regent Theatre, QT Melbourne features a terrace and views of the city. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant, cafe or bar. The design of the rooms and the public areas were excellent. The room was big and spacious. The layout great with the "walk in closet" so no bags or clothes in the room. The wet area excellent but a door to the shower would have been great and some more hanging rod or hook for the towels in way of the counter. The lighting and the lighting schemes were excellent, the best I have experienced. I can go on forever but a last comment. I am an architect and I travel a lot all over the world and I rank this as one of the best I hotel I have experienced as a whole concept.

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Avg. price/night: £142
9.4 Superb 2,177 reviews
Treasury on Collins

Treasury on Collins

Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

Located in a historic 19th century landmark building in the heart of Melbourne's CBD, the boutique Treasury on Collins offers self-contained accommodation, well-positioned for trams, buses and taxis. Great location and the building has plenty of ambience. Mezzanine level great for kids who loved the ample snacks. Room spacious clean with staff very accommodating

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Avg. price/night: £96
9.2 Superb 2,000 reviews
Pan Pacific Melbourne

Pan Pacific Melbourne

Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

Pan Pacific Melbourne offers luxurious and stylish accommodation, with panoramic views of the city, Port Phillip bay or Yarra River. The room we booked was listed as a Bay view, which was a joke. It was a view of the many cement motorways coming into Melbourne. When we went downstairs to confer with the front desk, the girl in attendance (sorry, don't remember the name) very congenially upgraded us to a suite with a beautiful view of the river and city. Fabulous. Luxurious. Stunning view. Stunning. The bed was so comfortable. Gone are the days I dread sleeping in hotels....

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Avg. price/night: £118
9.0 Superb 2,560 reviews
Grand Hyatt Melbourne

Grand Hyatt Melbourne

Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

Located on Collins Street, perfectly positioned in the heart of Melbourne's shopping, dining and theatre centre, Grand Hyatt Melbourne comprises of luxurious guest rooms, and premium suites, all... Location near Flinders Station and convenient to tram stops

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Avg. price/night: £158
9.0 Superb 3,737 reviews
Park Hyatt Melbourne

Park Hyatt Melbourne

Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

This 5-star hotel offers an award-winning restaurant, luxurious accommodation and spa facilities, just 1.5 km from Melbourne’s city centre. The room is wide and comfortable. The hotel is located near Cooks' cottage and St Patrick's Cathedral.

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Avg. price/night: £164
9.3 Superb 1,243 reviews

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FAQs about hotels in Melbourne

  • On average, it costs AUD 192 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Melbourne for tonight. You'll pay on average around AUD 257 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Melbourne will cost around AUD 374 (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Many families visiting Melbourne loved staying at Adara Brunswick, Treasury on Collins and Ovolo Laneways.

  • Some of the best hotels in Melbourne near Crown Casino Melbourne include Crown Towers, Apartment 88 and Waterfront Melbourne Apartments.

  • Novotel Melbourne Central, The Sebel Melbourne Malvern and Pan Pacific Melbourne have received great reviews from travellers in Melbourne regarding the views from their hotel rooms.

  • QT Melbourne, Crown Towers and Novotel Melbourne South Wharf are some of the popular hotels in Melbourne.

  • The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Melbourne this weekend is AUD 372 or, for a 4-star hotel, AUD 603. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Melbourne for this weekend cost on average around AUD 866 per night (based on Booking.com prices).

  • Travellers who stayed in Melbourne near Melbourne Airport (MEL) have said good things about PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport, Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport and ibis Budget - Melbourne Airport.

  • On average, 3-star hotels in Melbourne cost AUD 105 per night, and 4-star hotels in Melbourne are AUD 179 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Melbourne can on average be found for AUD 316 per night (based on Booking.com prices).

  • For hotels in Melbourne that serve up a highly-rated breakfast, try Adelphi Hotel, ibis Melbourne Central and Coppersmith Hotel.

  • These hotels in Melbourne are highly rated by couples: QT Melbourne, Park Hyatt Melbourne and Novotel Melbourne South Wharf.

  • St Kilda, South Yarra and Melbourne CBD are popular with other travellers visiting Melbourne.

Buzzy Jewel of Aussie Rules

A thoroughly liveable city, Melbourne has a buzzy vibe and an Aussie sense of fun. There’s always something going on, and one of its many festivals is Moomba – Australia’s largest free arts festival. Well worth a visit are the National Gallery of Victoria and the Melbourne Aquarium, whose highlight is walking through a clear tunnel as sharks swim over your head.

The city’s most recognisable landmark is Flinders Street Station, whose yellow and green façade matches the colour of the historic Melbourne trams that still run around the world’s longest tram network. Keep an eye out for the street art as you travel.

Shopping in Melbourne is fantastic. Queen Victoria Market is the largest open-air market south of the Equator, while the La Trobe Street shopping centre has over 300 stores. For food, don’t miss Little Italy - the Carlton area.

South of the Yarra River is St Kilda, home to the best beach and Albert Park, where the F1 Australian Grand Prix is held. However, this is not the city’s only sporting heritage. It’s also the home of Aussie Rules football and the MCG, a must-see for cricket fans.

Booking.com has a range of Melbourne accommodation from hotels to hostels and motels, some near Melbourne Airport.

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