Just a short walk from Melbourne’s busy downtown; with its numerous attractions, including art galleries, museums, and heritage buildings; you can enjoy 5-star luxury, in a 5-star location. The Langham Melbourne Hotel is also a 100% non-smoking hotel.
Insider Tip: See the sites of Melbourne by water while taking a ferry down the Yarra River.
With a prime city position at the top end of prestigious Collins Street, the exquisite Sofitel Melbourne On Collins immediately impresses through subtle luxuries, sophisticated elegance, and a distinction for the finest service. For every occasion, their 363 opulent guest rooms and suites define new luxury and appointment.
Insider Tip: Known as the 'Hotel for Arts', the Sofitel continually supports the city’s most exciting cultural events - be sure to see what is featured in the public exhibition area in the hotel during your stay.
Melbourne's largest luxurious hotel boasts 547 guestrooms that are furnished with Hyatt custom made beds and Egyptian cotton linen, complimented with spectacular views of Melbourne. The hotel offers a newly renovated lobby, restaurant and bar, as well as easy access to the heart of Melbourne.
Insider Tip: Enjoy a variety of flavours from their restaurant Collins Kitchen. Executive Chef, Jason Camillo, leads a culinary team who craft mouth-watering dishes in an open kitchen, welcoming you to watch as your dish is made before your eyes.
With more than 125 years of impeccable service and playing host to politicians and celebrities, this heritage hotel never fails to impress. From the breathtaking exterior to the luxurious grand entrance into every room, the Windsor is Australia’s one and only independent grand hotel, offering excellent services and facilities fit for royalty.
Insider Tip: A must try when staying at the hotel is their Afternoon Tea, a tradition since Windsor first opened its doors.
Built in 1913, this meticulously restored hotel retains the elegant style of the early 1900s while providing you with all the convenience of 21st century technology and amenities. Rendezvous Grand Hotel Melbourne boasts a prime location in the heart of the CBD that’s well suited for both business and leisure.
Insider Tip: Chat with one of the concierge who offers a traditional Concierge service; whether you need an introduction to Melbourne, tickets to a show, a restaurant booking, or advice on sightseeing - you will find their assistance invaluable.
This luxurious five-star hotel is in the heart of Melbourne's sprawling Crown Entertainment Complex at Southbank. Elegant and refined, the hotel sits atop Crown Casino, as well as more than 40 restaurants, bars and a cinema. A favourite haunt of celebrities and visiting sports stars, Crown Towers is a 10-minute walk from the CBD, with views across Melbourne and out to Port Phillip Bay.
Insider Tip: Book in to the exclusive Crown Spa for an afternoon of pampering.
A sophisticated boutique establishment, Hotel Lindrum is set in an historic 1900s building commissioned by the Griffiths Brothers – well-known Melbourne tea merchants. The rooms and suites are modern and warm, with a number benefiting from a recent refurbishment. But it’s the location that really shines here – Hotel Lindrum is a stone’s throw from the sporting precinct and the fine dining laneways off Flinders Street.
Insider Tip: Borrow a complimentary iPad for use during your stay.
Inspiring and unique, the Art Series Hotel Group has three unique hotels, each taking design inspiration from one of Australia’s artistic greats –landscaping legend John Olsen, top figurative painter John Blackman or the award-winning portraitist Adam Cullen. Each suite is appointed with up to the minute technology, while original artworks and prints adorn every wall.
Insider Tip: Enjoy a meal at one of Melbourne’s best dumpling houses, HuTong Dumpling Bar, in the lobby of The Cullen Hotel, South Yarra.
It has only been open two years, but this boutique laneway hotel has become a favourite with creative types. Designed by local architects Hassell, the interior brings together Melbourne’s distinctive sense of style, creative sensibilities and playfulness with the famous laneways reflected in the design. With clever quirky touches – such as chalkboard walls or street art canvases – unique to every room, every stay is different.
Insider Tip: Enjoy a complimentary Grab’n’Go breakfast if you are pressed for time.
The first Australian branch of this international chain has just opened in Melbourne, offering good quality at a low price. Close to the university precinct and iconic Lygon Street, the heart of Melbourne’s vibrant Italian community, Tune works well for travellers wanting to spend more on experiences and less on their hotel. You’ll only pay for what you need, but every room boasts a “5-star bed”.
Insider Tip: Buy a Melbourne Tram day ticket to explore the city. There’s a tram stop right outside the hotel.