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Atlantis Hotel Melbourne
Melbourne CBD,Melbourne CBD - View on map
"great location for a hotel area so close to the action of the melbourne cbd. short walk from the casino boardwalk where all the night action is, we caught a taxi outside the door to the casino for $6 and walked back in 15min to our hotel. trams stop outside and the free tram that does the melbourne cbd square also stops out the front door. we also used the hotel parking for the duration of our stay which was extreamely reasonable. "
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8.3

Excellent

4003 reviews

Avg price per night
AUD 108
Milano Serviced Apartments
Melbourne CBD,Melbourne CBD - View on map
"Since accomodation can be pricy in Melbourne CBD, I am glad that I picked Milano Serviced Apartments. It's literally right next to the CBD and everything is just within walking distance. There is an ALDI right next to it so convenient for grocery shopping. It also has swimming pool, gym and so on. Will definitely come back again. "
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8

Excellent

1479 reviews

Avg price per night
AUD 131
Arrow On Swanston Apartments
Melbourne CBD,Melbourne CBD - View on map
"Excellent choice, but for some people may be a little too far to walk to Melbourne CBD or Docklands, though I had no issues being a regular walker. Issue I had was I was asked to handover my driver's license so they could take a copy. I asked for a copy of their privacy policy and was told they don't have one. They also asked for my credit card details in case they needed to charge something to it. I correctly told them I don't have one (though I do have a debit card). They then asked for a $100 deposit which I gave them, but I had no trouble getting it back when I left."
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7.6

Very good

2659 reviews

Avg price per night
AUD 102
Great Southern Hotel Melbourne
Melbourne CBD,Melbourne CBD - View on map
"Walking distance from southern cross station. Convenient and easy check in/out. I was easily accommodated even id i came in late (12am) . Room was tidy and had complete amenities. Fridge, free coffee, blower, soap, kettle. The only let down was the internet. Even if I paid for the extra 5dollars/day still very poor connection. Free wifi in public areas in melbourne cbd was even faster. Other than that, all good! "
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7.7

Very good

5615 reviews

Avg price per night
AUD 106
Platinum City Serviced Apartments
Melbourne CBD,Melbourne CBD - View on map
"Great location in Melbourne CBD, parking was available 80metres away for a fee, apartment with everything you need (kitchen, coffee machine etc.). Only a few minutes’ walk to the tram station, shopping and food in Melbourne Central."
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8.1

Excellent

1076 reviews

Avg price per night
AUD 170
Aura on Flinders Serviced Apartments
Melbourne CBD,Melbourne CBD - View on map
"Was on a vacation with my family in melbourne for 2 weeks and had my fair share of apartments in the cbd. But this is by far the best. Will definitely stay here if i come back again. Rooms were bright modern and fully equipped with kitchen utensils. Smart TV in the living room with many channels. Nice balcony to enjoy the city view. The best was the 24/7 hot showers which is a rare thing in Melbourne apartments as the hot water usually run out in old buildings. Comfy beds and clean bath towels were provided. There was also a washing machine and dryer in the room. Free wifi with strong connection. Just 15 mins walk away from Southern Cross station where you can take the skybus to the airport. sealife aquarium and bridge to crowne plaza is at your doorstep. 7-11 and some cafes just across the road. Free city tram stops right at the doorstep too that you can take to Elizabeth street, Queen Victoria market etc. Nice quiet comfy apartment that provided my family a good 5 days rest after our day trips. Wouldn't ask for anything more :) The only minor downside was the check in as there was no counter and the office is closed on the weekend when we checked in on sunday. So make sure you take down a couple of numbers on their website to have a number to call when you arrive and the staff will be there in no time. They were also kind enough to provide luggage storage for free before and after I checked in and checked out. Very value for money. Strongly recommended."
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8

Excellent

578 reviews

Avg price per night
AUD 146
Avani Melbourne Central Residences
Melbourne CBD,Melbourne CBD - View on map
"Melbourne CBD. New building very convenient location less then 10 mins walk to both Melbourne Central and Queen Victoria Market. Supermarket are everywhere. Located within city's free tram zone. A big thank you to the hotel staff especially Mr.Didi, he has been so helpful throughout our stay. "
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8.9

Excellent

100 reviews

Avg price per night
AUD 222
The Victoria Hotel Melbourne
Melbourne CBD,Melbourne CBD - View on map
"The Victoria Hotel is situated right in the heart of the Melbourne CBD. Public transport is within easy walking distance & many areas are accessible by walking. The hotel itself is quite old and could do with some maintenance such as painting of the rooms and making the bathrooms more modern. It is clean and very comfortable and reasonably priced for accommodation in the CBD. The porter standing at the reception desk adds a lot of charm to the building and a feeling of old fashioned service is felt as you walk through the entrance. I enjoyed my stay there and would recommend it to anyone travelling to Melbourne."
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8.2

Excellent

1847 reviews

Avg price per night
AUD 121
W Melbourne
Melbourne CBD,Melbourne CBD - View on map
9.7

Exceptional

4 reviews

Avg price per night
AUD 552
The Langham Melbourne Hotel
Melbourne CBD,Melbourne CBD - View on map
"The Langham in itself is beautiful with its grand entrance and beautiful flowers everywhere. We had a small room on a high floor, and it was satisfactory, but not wow. Also had a relaxation massage at the spa (because they had no more deep tissue available..?!) and it was more of a towel moving exercise than a massage (and it also didn't last for 60min). Would probably not stay here again as I feel like I have had better value for money elsewhere in Melbourne CBD/along the Yarra. "
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9.1

Exceptional

927 reviews

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The city’s grid-planned Central Business District (CBD), located on the north bank of the Yarra River, is home to six of the ten tallest buildings in Australia. Hotels in the CBD have easy access to Melbourne’s most popular attractions, either by foot or via tram.

Melbourne Aquarium, the country’s largest, sits on the banks of the Yarra River. A short walk and elevator ride away is the Melbourne Observation Deck, on the 55th floor of Rialto Towers, offering a spectacular 360-degree view of the city. Down below, an eclectic mix of high-end fashion, funky boutiques and mainstream stores line the city’s laneways, retail centers and tree-lined streets.

Some of Melbourne’s main department stores are located in Bourke Street Mall, a busy pedestrian street that buzzes with shoppers, office workers, buskers and the ubiquitous trams. The Diamaru and the Melbourne GPO are both major shopping venues, though the laneways of Melbourne's CBD hide a treasure trove of cafés, bars and fashion boutiques.

Nearby, Queen Victoria Market has over 1000 stalls selling food along with low-priced clothing, toys, souvenirs and trinkets. The Old Melbourne Gaol, now a penal museum, displays the armor worn by the legendary Ned Kelly.

For great food and atmosphere, Melbourne’s Chinatown is popular with all Melbourne residents. The Sichuan food here is ranked amongst of the best in the world, and on weekend evenings it can be difficult to get a table. Adjacent is Little Greece, boasting many lively Greek cafés, nightclubs and shops, with an emphasis on al fresco dining, even in the winter time.

Melbourne's tram network is the largest in the world, so travelers staying in the CBD have easy access to the entire city and suburbs.


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