Hotels for Local Culture in Melbourne
- 41Hotel Class:1 review
Wonderful owner-run property. You know this spot is different from the moment you step in to learn that reception is also a cafe / wine bar. The rooms are spacious and well-appointed and the staff are incredibly friendly. Only downside is that it is a bit far from the CBD. The owner also has a vineyard and wine from the ...
- 421 review
For those with four-star money, the Prince is a fairy high standard boutique hotel on the main artery of St Kilda’s heart, Acland Street. Classy but not ostentatious, its terrific restaurant, Circa, and lively downstairs bar keep visitors coming back for more. The real gem, however is the hotel’s beauty spa, Aurora. The place won the 2013 World Luxury Spa ...
- 431 review
A room smack dab in the middle of Melbourne that is close to everything you could possibly walk to can be found at the City Square. We were able to walk to everything or take transit. The visitor's center was just down the street as were various food places and souvenir shops. The amenities were sparse but at least there ...Popular with
- 441 review
If you prefer a little autonomy, Adina’s rooms have all the modern conveniences and an unbeatable location. Downstairs from the apartments is Golden Fields, a fantastic “Asian focused” restaurant with a beautiful view of the gorgeous Albert Park. Once you’ve had your mains, shimmy next door to Milk the Cow, a fromagerie that’s perfect for a post-dinner cheese plate and ...Popular with
- 45Hotel Class:2 reviews
Yes, it’s central and yes, it’s a name brand, but it is a little overpriced for what you get, which is a standard hotel room and a bathroom that needs another cleaning. The room had a lot of light and the gym and pool were a surprise when considering the hotel’s star rating. Truthfully, if you’re travelling with a family ...Popular with
- 46Hotel Class:2 reviews
Here is a centrally located hotel with a lobby that is not tacky – hard to find in Melbourne. The Vibe Savoy used to be the famous Alexander Hotel, which was established in 1866, which might explain its understanding of understated, black and white class. The hotel is very close to Southern Cross station, so while it is not as ...Popular with
- 47Hotel Class:2 reviews
Right at the heart of Melbourne, the rooms are great value for being so close to everything Melbourne has to offer. Staff were very friendly and helpful.Popular with
- 48Hotel Class:3 reviews
The Citigate Melbourne might not technically have the most central location, but it certainly has the most Melbourne location, sitting right between Swanston Street and the famous Degreaves Street – also known as Australia’s coffee mecca and the best example of the city’s well-known cafe alleys. The hotel’s restaurant serves an indulgent buffet breakfast and the front doors open right ...
- 491 review
This is a hotel in the sense that it is a pub. This Richmond icon is great for bands or a beer in the top level beer garden in summer.
- 501 review
- 51Hotel Class:1 review
Decent. Dont expect luxury. Clean enough, this photo is of the 2nd bedroom of the 2 bedder svc apt.
- 521 review
It doesn't look impressive from the outside, but it s Does serve as what you expect for an hostel, and is very close to the Written Victoria marketPopular with
- 53Hotel Class:1 review
Great location for Convention centre, casino and transport to anywhere in Melbourne with trams just outside the door and Southern cross station down the road. Comfortable beds, friendly service.Popular with
- 54Hotel Class:2 reviews
The way they spell “enterprise” with a Z (though it is now called the Great Southern Hotel) should tip you off about this place – it tries too hard but does too little. In large part, it depends on whether or not a shabby lobby and generally grey, sometimes-prison-esque decor can put you off your entire stay, as the rooms ...
- 551 review
Unbelievably rude staff. Signs everywhere telling you what not to do, what you're not welcome to, when you have to get out, etc. No A/C, which is murder when its 100+ degrees F outside and 100% humidity. Beds are springy, bunks sway. There aren't enough bathrooms, and half the locks don't work, so you constantly get walked in on. And ...
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