Melbourne is a vibrant place and full of life. A Melbourne CBD accommodation will put you in the heart of all the action and attractions the city can offer. From arcades, network of historic lane ways, designer clothes, al fresco cafes, lively bars and clubs, to galleries, cool coffee shops and bookstores, all these things are just waiting to be discovered. So if you’re planning to check out Australia, be sure to spend a couple of days or more and experience Melbourne CBD accommodation, B&Bs, campsites and beyond.
This city offers a variety of luxurious activities, from shopping, dining, and drinking. You will be welcomed with a wide array of the beautiful arcades and railways. Your eyes will get wandering beautiful frescos ceilings and stained glass windows or 19th century architecture. If you’re coffee lover, then Melbourne should be a haven for you, as it is dubbed as Australia’s coffee capital, and you will never ran out of coffee shops to try and indulge. For fashionistas out there, the city is also Australia’s fashion capital, which mean’s it houses Australia’s best boutiques owned by renowned fashion designers.
Truly, this city knows how to live a good life, so if you’re planning to visit Melbourne, whether on your own, with your loved one, family and friends, it’s good to have an accommodation that will arrange everything for you and make sure you don’t miss a thing in the city. Here are some budget-friendly Melbourne CBD accommodations for you:
The neo-baroque facade of Alto hotel may seem like an unfamiliar sight, but this hotel features a remarkable and salient frontage that embodies the hotel’s significance and distinctiveness. It is the first inner-city hotel in Melbourne to receive the highly sought-after Earth Check silver accreditation, a certification for environmental sustainability, and since won a number of green awards and credentials, which signifies the hotel’s commitment to help protect the environment.
Guests in Alto hotel are treated with complementary fair-trade espresso in the hotel lounge, tons of superior in-room entertainment options, and free WiFi while choosing between Petite Queen rooms, studio apartments, studio king apartments, and one, two and three bedroom apartments. All these things are strategically located at the heart of the city, a short walk from central shopping district and Spencer Street, at 686 Bourke Street. Double rooms are as low as A$240, with breakfast, wireless internet and espresso coffee.
Phone: +61 3 8608 5500
Located at one of the most sought-after suburbs of the city, Heath Terrace is not for average tourist, as Port Melbourne features some of the city’s most fashionable bay side suburbs. The road to the hotel showcases Victorian workers cottages, architect-designed houses, and streets lined with palm trees.
This Melbourne CBD accommodation is perfect for family or groups for short term stay. It features spacious inner-city interior with a large open living area, spacious and fully equipped kitchen and dining areas that leads to the beautiful timber decked courtyard where guests can enjoy outdoor dining and grill their BBQs. Rooms are come with generous and refurbished living areas, with traditional Melbourne brick terrace. The hotel is located just around the corner of the High Street and 10 minute walk away from the city. Three bedroom property that can sleep six guests is available for as low as A$372 a night, with discounts for longer stays.
Phone: +61 3 9530 8854
Fax: +61 (0)3 9596 3048
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Urban bed and breakfast is quite rare in Melbourne CBD accommodation today, and this hotel offers some thing very different than most big traditional hotels in the city. Situated on the border of Melbourne’s CBD, Robinsons in the City is a stylish 1850 property, with different and thoroughly delightful things to offer. This hotel is the smallest boutique hotel, and it offers 6 completely unique accommodation rooms that can make every guest at home with its warn and intimate interior that perfectly combines modern day comforts and history.
This hotel takes pride on its unique, friendly accommodation and staff and warm environment. Breakfast is served in the hotel’s old brick bakery, which gives that authentic style. This hotel is also perfect to explore Melbourne, as it is strategically located to be in walking distance in the city’s tourist spots and important places. Rooms are available for as low as A$155.
phone: +61 3 9329 2552
Address: 405 Spencer Street
These are just three of the many amazing Melbourne CBD accommodation you can find across the city, and the great thing about these hotels is that, they are a few minutes walk away from the city’s best tourist destinations.
Aside from the abundance of boutiques and coffee shops, Melbourne also sports a thriving art scene, with more than 100 galleries scatter across the city. The highlights of the art scene in this city include the extensive international collection at NGV International, located at St. Kilda Road, Southbank. This gallery displays the long history of the indigenous and non-indigenous art in the country. Also located at the Southbank is the Australian Center of the Moving Image at Federation Square and the Australian Center for Contemporary Art on Sturt Street.
If you’re looking for refreshments, check out one of the hidden lane way bars of Melbourne. If you’re looking for a Vietnamese treat and live music, visit Ferdydurke above Section 8 at 1 and 2, 239 Lonsdale Street. This place is also known for its wide selection of cocktails. If you want a jazzy-infused bar, try Try Eau de Vie at 1 Malthouse Lane.
If you’re looking for some adventure, then you should check out the city’s hot air balloon rides. There are very few cities in the world that offers such ride – floating quietly above the city, allowing you to enjoy the scenery in bird’s eye view. Wake up and get out of bed at pre-sunrise and soar high above the city while everybody is still sleeping and you can watch the sun rise in the horizon, and land an hour later to get your breakfast and a glass of champagne at the Hilton on the Park and take home a memory card full of breathtaking photos.