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“3 Stars Rated Property”“Nationally accredited by AAA Tourism and was awarded with a 3 Stars quality rating, Drum
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“One Of The City's Leading World-Class Hotels”“Located on legendary Collins Street in the heart of the Central Business District, InterC
Posted by: InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto

“The Comfort Of A Home Away From Home”“On the banks of the Yarra River, Crowne Plaza Melbourne is a relaxed walk from the City C
Posted by: Crowne Plaza Hotel Melbourne

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“Excellent Accomodation”Member, Judy, Melbourne - “Booked the Tudor for a weekend stay with my husband. A
Said about: Best Western The Tutor-Box Hill

“Do Not Eat Here”Mary, Maidstone - “I will never eat at The Ashley Hotel in Braybrook again. My
Said about: Ashley Hotel

“Appalling Business Practice”G., Gladstone - “Booked all rooms(4) august 2011.Cancelled smallest room 1 m
Said about: Villa Donati

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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Melbourne, Victoria, Australia!

Named after Lord Melbourne, one-time British Prime Minister, Melbourne (pronounced mel-burn) is swashbuckling Sydney's somewhat refined cousin, widely regarded as the cultural capital of Australia. Some of its finest architectural achievements occurred after gold was struck in Victoria during the 1850s and booming Melbourne became the fastest-growing city in the British empire. Melbourne, capital of Victoria and founded by free men and women rather than convicts (as was Sydney), also claims some of Australia's most prestigious schools and universities to accompany an impressive line-up of hotels and other lodging accommodations. Sports are big-time here, from the Melbourne Cup equestrian extravaganza on the first Tuesday of November to the tennis world's Australian Open every January in Melbourne Park. Visitors often maximize pleasure in soaking up Melbourne's atmosphere by just strolling around the city. When time constraints dictate seeing only one major attraction, hotel guests often opt for a trip to the Melbourne Zoo, with other favorites being the Rialto Towers Observation Deck, the National Gallery of Victoria, and the Botanic Gardens. Fairy penguins reside on nearby Phillip Island. Yarra River development has brought sparkle to a one-time eyesore transformed into a vibrant entertainment district called Southgate. From the Alexandria Bridge behind Flinders Street Station, pedestrians can tour through myriad bars, shops and restaurants on the south side of the river. Melbourne accommodations range from budget hotels and guest houses in neighborhoods of Carleton and East Melbourne to luxury hotels and other lodging properties in the city center and South Yarra.

We have organized our listings of Melbourne's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Melbourne area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Downtown Melbourne
Hotels in the downtown area, with its grid of streets, about 2 miles inland, on the north bank of the Yarra River, in the city area's southern boundary.
·South Melbourne
Hotels south of the Yarra River, in areas such as Port Melbourne and the beachside suburb of St. Kilda.
·Melbourne
Hotels with Melbourne addresses outside the city center proper.
·Greater Melbourne
Hotels in the metropolitan area and suburbs surrounding Port Phillip Bay.
·Melbourne Airport
Hotels near the Melbourne Airport (MEL), located about 14 miles to the northwest of the city center.

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Area Facts: Melbourne is the capital of the State of Victoria. The city was settled in 1835 by a group of Tasmanian businessmen. The international dialing code for Australia is 61.

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