great location. no room service. room servicing daily but odd taking away hotel/room info file, clean cups replaced but not dirty glasses. face washers one day a surfeit the next (no prompting).
Extremely limited choice, Horrible breakfast And over priced.
A view of other rooms on other side of central hollow.
Traveller from perth, WA. Aust.
Located in Melbourne Central Business District, this motel is within a 15-minute walk of Flagstaff Gardens and Etihad …More
We had to stay in Dandenong due to needing to be near family, My husband and I usually stay in Art Series hotels in the city, so when I noticed that they had a partner hotel called Atura in Dandenong, we booked at a huge cost saving. The hotel is gorgeous and modern, basically the same level of comfort as the Art Series hotels we usually stay in. Atura definitely offers better value for money though. Even with the cost of the hotel AND the cost of hiring a car, we still saved money over staying in the city. We did not use the public transport but I would imagine that one would need to jump on a bus to Dandenong station then train out of there.
We tried the beers in the Brownstone microbrewery downstairs, they were delicious. We'll definitely be back!
Traveller from Hobart
Situated in the suburbs, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Drum Theatre, Dandenong Plaza, and Dandenong Market. Fountain …More
Just a little more than 30 km southeast of the city centre, Dandenong is considered an outer Melbourne suburb. Tucked in the foothills of the mountain range of the same name, Dandenong boasts a multicultural heritage, and is a successful centre of manufacturing and commerce. Highly recommended is a scenic drive into the Ranges, with a mandatory stop for Devonshire tea.