We wanted a comfortable period style hotel dead centre in the CBD and this was perfect.
Rooms are modern, recent renovated. Compact rooms but everything there. Internet reliable, TV good variety. Bathroom well appointed. Quality all round. Squeaky floor board was annoying.
Bar and downstairs dining room all quality. Staff all helpful.
Location was quiet (room not in Flinders Street) right opposite end of Flinders Street Station. Easy walk to all city and cultural locations.
Parking is in public park next door
The original room I had booked had a faulty air conditioner. The staff were quick to send someone from maintenance to check it out and once assessed they had decided to upgrade my room at no charge as the air con needed repairing.. The staff were very helpful and even allowed me a much earlier check in.. Would highly recommend this hotel not just for the fantastic location but for the quality of the staff there too.. Very much enjoyed my stay and will definitely stay again.. Thanks.
Perfect central place to stay for a few days, nice and close walking distance to Southbank and Bourne St, and only a short tram trip to the other side of the city. Room was comfortable, and great for 4 people.
A central business district address, this hotel is within 1 km of the Stock Exchange, Aquarium, Crown Casino, and the …More
Booked last minute with Expedia and got a great deal. It's quite a new hotel and in a prime location. Right around the corner from Collins street, 5 minutes walk from Fed Square and lots of cool bars and restaurants on the door step. Well fitted out rooms, stylish and very comfortable. We were worried about getting a good nights sleep before our 24 flight back home but our worries were unfounded. But highest regard goes to the staff who were excellent. Everyone from check in staff to restaurant waiters were so helpful and friendly. No reservations about recommending this hotel to anyone.
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.