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Selina Central Melbourne
4/546 Reviews
Melbourne Central Business District
It's only a minute's walk from the subway station. There are many bathrooms and Internet access. There is a coffee street nearby and a shopping mall is a five-minute walk away. You can stay here again next time!
Sofitel Melbourne on Collins
4.4/5106 Reviews
Melbourne Central Business District
The first time I drove a sports car, the parking guy trotted over to greet me every time and could remember my name. Later, my car was repaired, and this time I came with a car provided by the insurance company. I parked more than ten times for three days and three nights, and every time I was asked to wait, I couldn’t remember me every time, and every time I was asked why I was here, I was here to ****. Live directly next time crown.
InterContinental Hotels Melbourne, an IHG Hotel
4.3/5130 Reviews
Melbourne Central Business District
Stayed here as a Diamond Ambassador in an iconic suite - Check in experience was great, warm welcome, benefits acknowledged and welcome drink provided. Amazing room, ridiculous amount of space, comfortable bed, great little office/working area. Unfortunately, the general level of service/care factor is lacking especially when staying in a room costing over 1k a night! One of my complimentary water bottles was open/used and about half empty, yuck. Later that day I wanted to use my $25 credit on the minibar 200ml bottle of gin (which is listed as inclusive of 4 mixers). Gin was missing from the mini bar I couldn't find it. Called down to reception to ask if it was by request, they assured me it should be there and would send someone up. Waited 2 hours and no one came which frustrated me as I was waiting so called down again and was assured someone was on the way. Someone did arrive with a huge bag full of everything except the gin. When questioned didn't seem to know what I was talking about, I had to point to it on the minibar menu and was met with a very confused expression, he left. Then about 30 minutes later a different person arrives with the gin bottle, success. However upon checkout there were a bunch of mini bar items charged which I hadn't consumed, and in fact were not even missing. I hate having to have that conversation but after only 3 words they were ”happy to remove them” which makes me think this isn't an uncommon occurrence. I later noticed that the mixers were charged as well where as they should have been included with the gin purchase cost, but I couldn't be bothered wasting my time to try and sort it out. Club lounge service was attentive but did fill up and get quite busy in the evenings however my drink was always topped up and the staff there were friendly and engaging. Temperature control seems non-existent in the room and I'm convinced it makes no difference what you set it to. I had my do not disturb on until mid morning, so as I was leaving for the day dropped by reception and said I may have missed housekeeping and could they have someone make up the room. Arrived back a few hours later and it hadn't been done. All up a real mixed bag here, but can't help feel my simple requests were a bother and inconvenience.
Pan Pacific Melbourne
4.5/5192 Reviews
Melbourne Central Business District
Enjoy our stay at Pan Pacific Melbourne. Beautiful city & Yarra River views . Hotel located in a convenient area & walking distance to the tram. Next door DFO shopping center & opposite to Melbourne exhibition centre.
Next Hotel Melbourne, Curio Collection by Hilton
4.6/5112 Reviews
Melbourne Central Business District
The only shortfalls - My room did not service on the first night and requests took more than 20 minutes after second follow up calls. However, I appreciated the Duty Manager organizing the amenities and ensuring my room receives service on the next day. However, the next day I placed a card on the bed to request changed linen. But linen did not get changed, glassware has been removed from the room and did not replenish tea bags. Took 3 times to get it right. Positive side - i love design, location and cleanliness. It is a very challenging time for the hospitality industry to hire the right person for the right job. keep it up good work - Housekeeping. I hope my next visit will experience better service.
Novotel Melbourne on Collins
4.4/570 Reviews
Melbourne Central Business District
The hotel is conveniently located right in the heart of Melbourne near the Spanish Quarter, Bourke Street Mall, and other shopping precincts. The staff are friendly and efficient at check-in. The rooms are good in size with modern amenities and comfortable beds. There is a kettle and small fridge. The bathroom has a bath with a shower, so if you have mobility issues, it's not for you. There is no rail to hold onto when getting in or out, which makes it dangerous, especially as it gets slippery. There is a pool and gyn which were modern and accessible. The room we had faced into the mezzanine of the hotel so you dont get any light from outside, which was strange. The room was very quiet and had a good air conditioner. Overall, we would stay here again, although the lack of being able to see outside wasn't ideal, and if you stayed for more than one night, it could be an issue.

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Number of hotels9,457
Number of Reviews 34,327
Lowest PriceUS$47
Highest PriceUS$914
Average Price(Weekday Night)US$191
Average Price(Weekend Night)US$219

Melbourne Melbourne Central Business District Hotel Guide

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For those traveling for business and tourism, Avalon Airport is the preferred choice when visiting Melbourne. Besides flying, taking a train to Southern Cross Railway Station is one of the other major methods of transportation.

You don't have to worry about accommodations when traveling to Melbourne. Here, there are more than 962 hotels for you to choose from. The local average price is 131 USD per night. There are a variety of hotels to meet the needs of different types of travelers. There are 109 five-star hotels in Melbourne at an average price of 220 USD per night. There are 440 four-star hotels in Melbourne at an average price of 123 USD per night. There are 125 three-star hotels in Melbourne at an average price of 81 USD per night. There are 10 two-star hotels in Melbourne at an average price of 51 USD per night. Melbourne has many well-known chain hotels which are suitable for both business trips and vacations. Novotel is the most popular brand among tourists. If the comfort level of your trip is important, there are many choices in Melbourne, such as hotels under the Novotel brand. A popular hotel in Melbourne, Atlantis Hotel Melbourne is also one of the highest rated. Ibis Melbourne Swanston Street Melbourne is also one of the most frequently chosen hotels.

In the city center of Melbourne, you'll have easy access to Little Bourke Street, Box Hill, Collins Street. You can choose attractions in Melbourne that are perfect for a weekend getaway, such as The Twelve Apostles, Port Campbell, Apollo Bay. You can also visit top-rated attractions like Mornington Peninsula, Southbank, Chinatown. Upon departure, you can head to popular commercial areas like QV Melbourne, Bourke Street, Prada Crown Casino to buy souvenirs or travel accessories.

Average Temperature

• January to March: 22.34°C during the day, 16.73°C at night

• April to June: 14.87°C during the day, 10.76°C at night

• July to September: 13.05°C during the day, 8.89°C at night

• October to December: 19.15°C during the day, 13.79°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 48.97 cm

• Summer: 55.2 cm

• Autumn: 52.53 cm

• Winter: 62.23 cm

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