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Hotel Accommodation in Melbourne Australia

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Melbourne Hotels come in all styles and to fit all budgets. Hotels in Melbourne range from the stunning 5 Star Luxury Hotels to the Budget Hotels designed to cater to the to the traveller who needs to stretch their dollar further. Throughout the expanse of Melbourne are dotted the many hotels, motels, lodges and back-packers, which cater to the tens of thousands of visitors who flock to Melbourne all year round. Accommodation options abound from budget to luxury, for hotel, motel and serviced apartments, resorts and self-serviced apartment accommodation.

Melbourne is the perfect launch pad for any back-packing or tourist visit, for family holiday accomodation, business trip or corporate stay. Many luxury 5 star Hotels are situated within the CBD of Melbourne as well as towards Port Philip Bay. Family run motels and boutique hotels, as well as owner occupied Lodges and Bed and Breakfast operations.


Serviced Apartments and fully-furnished Non-Serviced Apartments have always been popular with families travelling to Melbourne on vacation. The freedom to prepare meals in a fully equipped kitchen and do the family's washing in a self-contained laundry, offers big savings when there are better ways to spend the family's holiday money.

The concept of the Serviced Apartment with its luxury of space and autonomy of self-catering, has become a popular option with the executive traveller as well as the holiday maker. As such a profusion of Serviced Apartments, Holiday rentals, Corporate Apartments, Self Catering Condominiums, Vacation flats and Executive Apartments abound.

Melbourne Serviced Apartments, Condominiums or Condos (as they are know by many in the U.S.), are more a home away from home than the standard hotel or motel room. They offer many of the benefits of a hotel with added facilities which only an apartment can provide. Serviced apartments offer the added services of hotel concierge and daily or weekly servicing of the apartments. A traveller to Melbourne who books into a fully furnished serviced apartment, can expect conveniences such as full kitchen, spacious living area as well and the conventional bedroom and ensuite bathroom. Most Serviced Apartments in Melbourne have air-conditioning, balcony and bath as well as shower.


The international Backpacker, Tourists and Budget Traveller market forms a significant proportion of the Melbourne Tourist Industry, as it is a favourite for international visitors young and old, and anyone who has already enjoyed its culture. Many accommodation products are geared to the budget minded and to those needing to stretch their travel dollar further, including hotels, motels, serviced apartments and dormitory accommodation.

Melbourne abounds in Back-Packer Hostels, bunk houses or Lodges, with bunk bed dormitory accommodation, providing shared living spaces and money saving communal kitchens and shared bathrooms. This type of budget accommodation is most suited to the young, the adventurous and those looking for a fun atmosphere. For the budget minded Domestic holiday maker, and the bargain hunting International traveller, whether back-packing or those on a working holiday, Melbourne offers a wide range of cheap accommodation for almost every budget. These take the form of long-term rental accomodation, cheap hotels, discount lodging and owner-operated or backpacker style boarding houses and hostels.





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The Como Apartments Melbourne - Melbourne Hotel Accommodation

Como Holiday Apartmentsss


The Como Melbourne provides both tourists and executive business travellers with 5 star luxury all-suite accommodation, on the corner of Chapel street and Toorak Road, in the heart of Melbourne's fashionable and vibrant South Yarra district.

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Quay West Suites Melbourne - Melbourne Hotel Accommodation

Quay West Suites Melbourne


Quay West Suites Melbourne offer superb 5 star accommodation with each Quay West suite comprises a spacious sitting room, a choice of one, two or three bedrooms, a stylish, fully appointed bathroom, meticulously equipped kitchen and laundry... and spectacular, uninterrupted views across the Yarra River, city and Southgate. 

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Medina Apartment Hotel St Kilda

Adina Apartment
Hotel St Kilda


Adina Apartment Hotel St Kilda offer 4.5 star apartment style accommodation in the heart of St Kilda - renown for its vibrant cafe's, restaurants and bars - and only 6km from the city centre, which is easily accessible by public transport.

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Seasons Botanic Gardens Melbourne - Melbourne Hotel Accommodation

Somerset Botanic Gardens Melbourne


The 4˝ star Seasons Botanic Gardens provide tastefully furnished Studio Apartments, One Bedroom and 2 Bedroom Suites with stylish fully equipped kitchen and generous living, bedroom and bathroom areas. Seasons Botanic Gardens offer Executive and Business travellers, families and independent holiday makers an ideal base.

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Adina Apartment<br> Hotel Melbourne

Medina Grand Melbourne Travel Apartments


Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne offers clients luxury apartment style accommodation situated in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD. The Hotel Apartments feature separate bedrooms and living areas, fully equipped kitchens and in room entertainment systems.

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About Melbourne Australia

Melbourne is capital and largest city of Victoria, and the second largest city in Australia. The city's name is pronounced "MEL-buhn". Melbourne was actually the capital city of Australia from 1901 until 1927 and has twice been ranked 1st in a survey by The Economist of "The World's Most Liveable Cities", once in 2002, and again in 2004.

While having a large and vibrant arts and cultural life, including the annual Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Melbourne International Film Festival, Melbourne is perhaps best known as one of the most sports-obsessed cities in the world. Melbourne is the traditional home to the Australian Football League, whose five Melbourne games per week attract an average 35,000 people per game. Melbourne hosts the Australian Open tennis, the Melbourne Cup - the most prestigious handicap horse race in the world; the hugely popular 'Boxing Day' cricket test match held each year at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (a massive arena that can hold up to 100,000 spectators); the Australian Grand Prix Formula One championship. The newest major sporting event to be brought to the city will be the 2006 Commonwealth Games.

The Melbourne Cricket Ground ("the MCG" or simply "the G") hosts many "Aussie Rules" football matches; the game can be spectacular, it is unique to Australia, relatively inexpensive to attend, and is safe and enjoyable for all. The MCG also hosts the occasional Bledisloe Cup rugby match, and during the summer, cricket matches are played there - the most important being the Boxing Day test match and several one-day international games in January and February which are perhaps more enjoyable for the casual spectator. The MCG is currently being renovated in preparation for the 2006 Commonwealth Games and will have a maximum capacity of 103,000. Melbourne Park is home of the Australian Open tennis tournament, one of the four Grand Slam tournaments (held in January each year).


The Melbourne Museum is located next to the Royal Exhibition Building near the CBD. To many Melburnians, the most significant exhibit is the preserved body of Phar Lap, the famous racehorse of the Depression era. The State Library of Victoria is on Swanston Street, with its massive Domed Reading Room and statue-filled front lawn. The curiously-named National Gallery of Victoria (not to be confused with the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra), has recently been renovated, and is the largest art collection in Australia. The Rialto Towers is the tallest reinforced concrete structure in the Southern Hemisphere, gives an excellent view of the city from the observation deck on the 55th floor.

The eastern end of the Melbourne skyline is the Southbank precinct. The Victorian Arts Centre at Southgate by the Yarra River, is a Melbourne landmark with its enormous skyward spire. It hosts Opera Australia's Melbourne season, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the Melbourne Theatre Company, and the Australian Ballet Company, and other touring productions. The acoustics of the Centre are often favourably compared with those of its interstate rival, the opera theatre in the Sydney Opera House. Crown Casino is a truly gargantuan gambling palace, also containing restaurants, upmarket boutiques, several nightclubs, two hotel towers, a cinema complex, and regular floorshows. Very much Las Vegas in miniature, it is either loved or hated by residents and tourists. The Docklands, Melbourne's newest precinct and largest infrastructure development to date, is also becoming a major attraction, with many restaurants there having won awards and recognition, even though they have only been open since January 2003. The Docklands area opens up the waterfront to the CBD (also nearly doubling its size) and will attract millions of visitors every year.

Some of Melbourne's best loved areas include: Carlton, with 'little Italy' on Lygon Street; Fitzroy with Brunswick Street and Smith Street in Collingwood for their bohemian wares, cafes and bars; South Yarra and Prahran (pronounced "Per-ran") with Chapel Street, for chic clothing stores, bars and cafes; Richmond with 'little Vietnam' on Victoria Street and Bridge Road for clothing shops; St Kilda which is by the bay for renowned cake shops, restaurants and a beach in summer.

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