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
Reception was quick and effecient with check in. Friendly staff provided map and helped with landmarks worth seeing. Top floor was given and view didn't dissapoint. The only thing I will mention is don't put the washing machine on whilst chilling in room! Was quite noisy so recommend turning it on when out exploring. Will definitely return to stay.
Traveller from sunshine coast
Located in Melbourne Central Business District, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Flagstaff Gardens, Queen …More
"Nice hotel very close to Melbourne Central shops"
We arrived Friday afternoon and spent a lovely weekend in Melbourne. Hotel in a great location with close walk to CBD shops and Theatres and also very close to tram stops if you want to venture further. The street has a lot of graffiti on the buildings and a little shady at night, however we did not occur any issues during our stay. There was a lot of building activity adjacent to the hotel, which was not an issue except when they started work early in the morning. Overall we had a great weekend and would recommend this hotel. Room and bathroom was small however this was not an issue as we don't tend to spend a lot of time at the hotel, mainly for sleeping.
Traveller from Geelong, Victoria, Australia
Located in Melbourne Central Business District, this luxury hotel is steps from State Library of Victoria and 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.