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Melbourne City Trip - Hotels

A guest room at The Westin Melbourne in Australia


Where to Stay in Melbourne

Melbourne has an excellent selection of hotels, serviced apartments and B&Bs.

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TOP OF THE LINE

Crown Towers in Southbank

Crown Towers
8 Whiteman St.
Southbank
03-9292-6868
official website
Enjoy breathtaking views of the city, river and bay from your deluxe suite, and take advantage of the spa facilities, numerous shops, restaurants, etc.

 

The Westin Melbourne in Australia


The Westin Melbourne

205 Collins St.
Melbourne
03-9635-2222
Visit The Westin Melbourne official website
Centrally located, The Westin features a gorgeous lobby worth a visit and a top cocktail bar. It's a great choice for business travelers as well.



LUXURY

The Como Melbourne, MGallery Collection in Australia


The Como Melbourne, MGallery Collection

630 Chapel St.
South Yarra
03-9825-2222
Visit The Como Melbourne, MGallery Collection official website
If you prefer to stay in Melbourne's grooviest fashion district, the Hotel Como in South Yarra is a good choice.



Hotel Lindrum in Melbourne


Hotel Lindrum

26 Flinders St.
Melbourne
03-9668-1111
Visit the Hotel Lindrum official website

A sophisticated contemporary haven for travelers, located a short walk from the city center.

 



The Lyall Hotel in South Yarra, Australia


Lyall Hotel

14 Murphy St.
South Yarra
03-9686-8222
Visit the Lyall Hotel official website
This boutique property has a mini art gallery on every floor. There's a spa, suites are stylish and you're just a short stroll from great stores.

 

 

The Prince in St Kilda, Australia


The Prince

2 Acland St.
St Kilda
03-9536-1111
Visit The Prince official website
The überchic The Prince hotel offers spa treatments, bars and restaurants including the renowned Circa.

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