After arriving at the airport we caught the Skybus into Melbourne and then the courtesy bus to the hotel. The hotel receptionist was very welcoming, each time we went to reception during our stay they were always very pleasant and all gave good customer service. The room was clean but not sure if it was because it was on a corner we felt the room was smaller than some of the other rooms we saw when doors were open. The hotel is close to the free tram zone so easy to get around the city to see all the attractions. The view from the roof terrace across Melbourne is good and the flagstaslff gardens over the road are nice to overlook rather than being enclosed by other buildings. Would definitely recommend the hotel if staying in Melbourne.
Traveller from Warwick, England
Overlooking historic Flagstaff Gardens, this Melbourne hotel is 2 blocks from the open-air Queen Victoria Market and a …More
Thank you team QT Melbourne for your friendly and lovely service.
QT made my stay stylish, intimate and cool in a hip neighborhood. The location is the best, walking distance to some of the best cafes & restaurants in town, not to mention the sexy QT rooftop bar.
Artistic room, unique combination of rustic and natural material. Very spacious and comfy beds.
One of the issues I had is the consistency, cleanliness and tidiness – some items are placed in different position everyday, room floor had human hair behind, one day I had dirty glasses and cups behind and the other day the window is opened.
Traveller from HKG
Located in Melbourne Central Business District, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Regent Theatre and Bourke Street …More
The room was very clean and stylish and filled with all the amenities you could need. The bed was very comfortable. I opted to splurge for the AUD$25 full buffet breakfast but there are probably cheaper options in surrounding restaurants if you have the time. The food was good though and the staff were very friendly. I was able to borrow a myki card from the hotel for when I traveled to St. Kilda Beach. Whatever money you put on the card cannot be given back so plan accordingly. I was also able to leave my bags in the hotel after check out and they kept my laptop behind the desk for safety. This was definitely a plus since I had a late afternoon flight and still wanted to enjoy the city in the morning. Overall, I enjoyed my stay and would come back again.
Traveller from Brooklyn, NY
Located in Melbourne Central Business District, this aparthotel is within a 10-minute walk of Flagstaff Gardens, Queen …More
It started with a free room upgrade and bottle of wine waiting for me in the room and only got better. The room was quite modern and well appointed. The mattress for my room was also changed out during my stay (as were a number of others in the facility). The free WiFi was also a definite plus and a reasonably fast compared to others I have used.
The front desk was able to provide a transit pass when I asked about them and greeted me whenever I came through the door. There is a hot breakfast which can be purchased from the front desk however I did not need it.
The only complaint I have (and it's really a minor one) was that the towards the end of my stay (after the Grand Final) occasionally my room was missed being serviced but never back to back. That being said, when next I come back to Melbourne I will definitely be back to this hotel.
One thing to note is parking can be a challenge in the CBD and the nearest parking is 1/2 a block away but visible from the front door.
Traveller from Edson, Alberta, Canada
Located in Melbourne Central Business District, this aparthotel is within a 10-minute walk of Comedy Theatre, Melbourne …More
Pocket Guide: Melbourne Melbourne Central Business District Hotels
Australia's second-largest city, Melbourne's city centre incorporates the central business district, extending from Queen Victoria Market in the north, west to the Etihad Stadium, and south to Federation Square. The district is home to many corporate headquarters, financial institutions, theatres, Chinatown, and an established population of students and young professionals.