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    Park Hyatt Melbourne

    Park Hyatt Melbourne

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    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    The Park Hyatt is where the likes of Lady Gaga and the Beach Boys stay when they’re in town. And for good reason. I was in awe of this place. The massive foyer is like a marble emporium and every square inch of the property is about as luxe as it could possibly be. Even the most standard guestrooms are ...

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    Crown Towers

    Crown Towers

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    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    Stayed for the first three nights on our honeymoon. Was lovely!

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    Crown Casino & Entertainment Complex

    Crown Casino & Entertainment Complex

    8 reviews

    The Crown Casino and Hotel is right near the Yarra River in Melbourne, next to the river promenade, with hits shopping and restaurants. This part of Melbourne reminds me a lot of downtown Chicago, with its tall buildings, river, and well organized layout. The casino itself is not quite like the mega-casinos on the Las Vegas strip, but it is ...

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    Hotel Lindrum

    Hotel Lindrum

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    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    This is a charming heritage boutique hotel. The location is great, being in the CBD but not right on a main drag. Handy walking distance to all the city attractions. The hotel is lovely, however being small and boutique you don't get as many amenities as the major hotels.

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    The Langham, Melbourne

    The Langham, Melbourne

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 93% of guests recommend

    wow, this in Australia...love it. did not sleep there, had afternoon tea...how nice is that

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    InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto

    InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    No hotel I’ve ever been to compares to the Intercontinental on Melbourne’s Collins Street, but not because of its friendly staff or even its astonishing rooftop herb garden, which even has its own beehive so that the honey at breakfast is extra fresh. What is striking at the Intercontinental from the moment you enter it is the building’s architecture and ...

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    Art Series - The Olsen

    Art Series - The Olsen

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    Very trendy hotel located on the lavish Chapel Street in South Yarra. South Yarra is just outside the Melbourne CBD and is home to all types upscale shops and restaurants. Chapel Street is the 5th Avenue (NYC) of Melbourne. You will see more Mercedes drive up and down this street than any other in Melbourne. The Olsen Hotel echoes this ...

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    Victoria Hall

    Victoria Hall

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    4 reviews

    Great backpackers to stay at until you find permanent accom. It's quite flashy for a backpackers, although still cheap. Got a gym, mini theatre and a nice rooftop (some construction work on at the moment though). Good location too.

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    Sofitel Melbourne on Collins

    Sofitel Melbourne on Collins

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    The fake-Frenchness of its staff notwithstanding, the Sofitel in Melbourne’s central business district has an air of ease, openness and class that can be difficult to find among its five star competitors who seem intent on making their hotels feel like board rooms. The hotel’s key feature is in fact the Sun: the centre of the hotel is open air ...

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    Westin Melbourne Hotel

    Westin Melbourne Hotel

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    You couldn’t ask to be any more central than the Westin, located a single block north of the city’s main train station, Flinders Street, Federation Square and the Yarra River. The hotel is also just across the street from the famous Athenaeum Theatre and the Melbourne Town Hall. As soon as you enter the lobby, the hotel’s five star rating ...

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    The Lyall Hotel and Spa

    The Lyall Hotel and Spa

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    Nice little hotel, really good staff.

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    Crowne Plaza Melbourne

    Crowne Plaza Melbourne

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    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 84% of guests recommend

    The Crowne Plaza is a massive complex situated right on top of the Yarra River. Not to be confused with the Crown Towers and casino across the street, the Crowne Plaza is its own entity complete with convention center-sized meeting rooms (and also located just a few blocks from the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre)—so presumably a great place to ...

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    Grand Hyatt Melbourne

    Grand Hyatt Melbourne

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    Newly renovated this five-star hotel offers everything you would expect from the Grand Hyatt brand. This hotel goes for discreet luxury. Rooms, amenities and service all as you would expect from 5-star. Fantastic location right on Collins Street. Step out your front door and the whole city awaits.

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    Melbourne Marriott Hotel

    Melbourne Marriott Hotel

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    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend

    This is a standard Marriott offering a modern major chain hotel style stay. The location is very central, the theatres are right nearby and everything else a short stroll away.

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    Mantra on Little Bourke

    Mantra on Little Bourke

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    4 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    Executive King Suite was very nice

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    Oaks on Collins Street

    Oaks on Collins Street

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    4 reviews
    Fair - 74% of guests recommend

    While I hate to begin reviews on a negative note, there’s little positivity to be had for this 4 star hotel that managed to obtain a 4.5 star rating. This apartment-style hotel is not exactly a bad stay, but overpriced and overrated. Its walls are scratchy plaster painted grey, its televisions are small, the style inconsistent and the staff not ...

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    Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens

    Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens

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    3 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    With its gorgeous views of the Flagstaff Gardens and Melbourne city’s skyline, the Radisson is a great mid range hotel for those that want a five star location at four star prices. Located in the slightly quieter Eastern corner of the CBD, the Radisson is an easy gateway to the more understated areas of Melbourne, like the famous Queen Victoria ...

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    Citadines Melbourne On Bourke

    Citadines Melbourne On Bourke

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    2 reviews
    Excellent! - 87% of guests recommend
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    Urban Central

    Urban Central

    2 reviews
    Good! - 77% of guests recommend

    I loved this hostel, the best thing is that you can meet people from all over the world...here!!

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    Jasper Hotel

    Jasper Hotel

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    3 reviews
    Good! - 79% of guests recommend

    Best value in Melbourne - shame the kitchen isn't open for dinner anymore. Don't miss the breakfasts - yummmmy

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Hotel Insiders Guide
Not your typical tourist town, what Melbourne lacks in traditional tourist fare it more than makes up for with authentic, intimate, uniquely Australian experiences. Lively, sophisticated, edgy and accessible, Melbourne is the capital of Victoria and the true cultural heart of all Australia, producing some of the most innovative art, music, cuisine, fashion, performance and design found anywhere in the country. Visitors to Melbourne discover a vibrant, modern, multicultural community amid picturesque Victorian architecture and charming green boulevards that reflect the city's historic past and maintain its distinctly European feel. Practically bursting with outdoor cafes, beautiful gardens, hidden cocktail bars, gourmet delicacies, world-class sporting events and eye-catching boutiques, Melbourne is a city to come alive in (set up with an extensive public transportation system to make it easy!). Quality hotels run aplenty no matter your taste or your budget, with reasonable rates the norm as hotels stay true to Melbourne's overall welcoming and accessible style. But book well in advance for holiday and peak periods, as hallmark events like the Melbourne Cup, the Grand Prix and the Australian Open all draw big crowds.

Luxury Hotels in Melbourne
Among the usual list of high-end players such as the Westin, Hyatt, Sofitel and Marriott, lies a collection of discreet, luxurious properties that reflect Melbourne's unique mix of historic and contemporary style. One of Melbourne's most grand and recognized Victorian-era properties is the five-star Windsor Hotel located across from Victoria's stately Parliament House, while the striking Langham, Melbourne is a favorite at this class, situated along the Yarra River just far enough from the central buzz to ensure a relaxing break but still a perfect location from which to access the CBD, Arts Precinct, Crown Casino and Southbank. Nightlife and glitz lovers may prefer the over-the-top luxury of the Crown Towers (tied to the casino and entertainment complex), while those looking for a more homey retreat will prefer the Lyall Hotel and Spa, a serene property of fireplaces, cozy living spaces and a to-die-for spa found down a quiet, leafy lane in South Yarra. Trendsters will appreciate The Olsen Art Series Hotel, a hip boutique hotel focused on high culture with a futuristic bent found on lavish Chapel Street (a favorite place for those with an eye for art, fashion and all things cutting-edge in Melbourne).

Mid-Range and Budget Hotels in Melbourne
Much like the rest of Australia, backpacker hostels with all manner of individual and dorm room accommodation options are readily available in Melbourne for the true budget traveler. For a lively overnight stay, try Base Backpackers Hostel or Urban Central. If price is more important than location but you prefer a more traditional hotel experience, the Sebel & Citigate Albert Park is a comfortable option with good sized guestrooms, scenic views and a fairly plush lobby space, plus a wide range of amenities. For a no-frills, lower-priced option in a more central location, try the the Pension Boutique Hotel, Arrow on Swanston, or the City Square Motel. Or consider familiar budget brands such as the Best Western, which has several locations throughout the city.

Neighborhoods in Melbourne
Many visitors prefer to stay in Melbourne’s historic City Center (or CBD, Central Business District) found on the north bank of the Yarra River. Here, within an orderly grid of tree-lined streets, Victorian-era office buildings and shining skyscrapers, lies the heart of the action, including the new cosmopolitan Docklands Precinct, Flinders Street Station, Federation Square and core shopping destinations such as Collins Street and Bourke Street Mall, with Swanston street running north. Nearby Southbank is a hub of art, entertainment and fine dining as well as home to the vast Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex. South toward St. Kilda one will find great beaches and a spirited bar, restaurant and nightlife scene. East Melbourne is home to Fitzroy Gardens, the Melbourne Cricket Grounds and the Rod Laver Arena. South Melbourne is where you'll find the city's old ports, Albert Park and historic Clarendon Street. To the North it's the University and a notable Italian presence on Lygon Street plus numerous pubs, trendy boutiques and ethnic cuisine in the Bohemian neighborhoods of Fitzroy and Carlton. High-end shopping and expensive, trend-setting tastes rule in Stonnington and South Yarra. ... read more
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