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  • 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. Staff were super friendly, bed was extremely comfortable, gym facilities were decent, location was fantastic

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    Avg. price/night: £143
    9.4 Superb 1,970 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. This hotel was such an amazing choice for our stay in Melbourne! So much better than we even expected! The staff were extremely friendly at all times (like all Australians) and went the extra mile to pamper us. The room was so spacious and comfortable, and we even got upgraded to a suite with 2 floors. Our kids didn't want to leave this place. Everything you need is thought out foe you: from a laundry washer to a Nespresso machine. Free snacks/drinks during the day also, and excellent wi-fi. Plus, having a cool bar/pub at rhe ground floor gave us the freedom to 'stay in' whenever we felt a bit tired.

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    Avg. price/night: £107
    9.2 Superb 2,405 reviews
  • The Westin Melbourne

    The Westin Melbourne

    Melbourne CBD, Melbourne

    The Westin Melbourne is conveniently located in Melbourne CBD, just 2 minutes' walk from Federation Square, Flinders Street and Bourke Street Mall. Bed was very comfortable. Access for vehicle very easy. Breakfast is good and efficient. Large bathroom. Haven't tried the sprot room and the pool, but I had a look and the installation is very nice and would be very useful to keep up with sport while traveling.

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    Avg. price/night: £154
    9.1 Superb 1,010 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. Good view Convenient to exhibition centre Quality breakfast Very comfy bed

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    Avg. price/night: £137
    9.0 Superb 1,982 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... Great room and wonderful staff.

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    Avg. price/night: £154
    9.0 Superb 3,482 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. Bed was incredible. Bathroom beyond luxurious... really need more towel hooks though. Staff superb. Mr Walker the dog a wonderful addition...brings added personality to the place. In general... old world charm with everything done right.

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    Avg. price/night: £165
    9.3 Superb 1,163 reviews

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