|Most expensive month:||February|
|Average price in Melbourne:||$210/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$39/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Ibis Budget Melbourne Cbd
97-103 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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City Centre Budget Hotel
22 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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Great Southern Hotel Melbourne
44 Spencer Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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Mercure Welcome Melbourne
265 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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Pan Pacific Melbourne
2 Convention Ctr Place, South Wharf, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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Renowned as Australia’s creative and cultural hub, Melbourne attracts inquisitive travellers with its charming laneways filled with street art, unique shops and award-winning restaurants. A stage for some of Australia’s greatest sporting and cultural moments, Melbourne wows its visitors with Victorian-era architecture, elegant streetscapes, leafy inner-city gardens and cultural institutions.
Join thousands of locals at the heart of Melbourne’s thriving arts and theatre scene, Federation Square, which is surrounded by Melbourne’s top art institutions. Admire European, Asian and American art at NGV International and discover fascinating TV, film and digital media exhibits at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. You can also watch award-winning plays at Melbourne Theatre Company or see works by Australia’s top contemporary artists at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
Looking for high-end fashion or unique handmade goods? Head south of the city to Chapel Street for vintage treasures or north to Fitzroy’s Rose St Artists’ Market to meet local designers. The city's hidden laneways and arcades also offer boutique shopping, while nearby department stores stock leading international brands. Simply wander around the CBD to discover designer labels and one-of-a-kind boutiques, such as Sandro Paris and Keshett.
Explore the city’s first-class cafe culture on Fitzroy and Acland streets, and at sunset head to St Kilda Beach, an easy 20-minute drive away, for dinner at one of the beachfront restaurants. St Kilda is the perfect coastal suburb, home to artisan sellers, fairy penguins along the pier and the historic theme park, Luna Park.
Experience Melbourne’s famous nightlife at unique bars, such as The Toff in Town, a lively bar with signature cocktails and cosy booths in Art Deco train carriages. Melbourne is a true 24-hour city with a range of late-night dining and bar options, including live music venues, DJ clubs and hip hole-in-the-wall whiskey and boutique beer bars. Highlights include Melbourne’s rock hub, Ding Dong Lounge, and the 24-hour American-inspired Butchers Diner.
For a quiet escape wander through colourful and diverse natural landscapes at the Royal Botanic Gardens or the Fitzroy Gardens. Time your visit for one of Melbourne’s year-round blockbuster events, from Broadway musicals and international performing artists to music festivals and national sporting events, including the AFL Grand Final.
Melbourne has a mixture of historic and contemporary transportation. Having serviced visitors and locals for over a century, Melbourne’s iconic trams offer hop-on-hop-off transport around the city centre and surrounding neighborhoods. The City Circle tram is a free tourist tram that loops around many of the city’s must-see central attractions between Flinders Street and Harbour Esplanade. Melbourne’s extensive transport network also includes trains and buses that travel throughout the CBD’s convenient grid layout.
You can find several places worth visiting in Melbourne. Carlton, East Melbourne, and South Yarra are some of the most popular amongst our users.
Pan Pacific Melbourne is a very popular hotel in Melbourne, with a score of 8.9 from 2,140 reviews. Mantra Tullamarine (8.2 from 1,828 reviews) and Art Series - The Blackman (9.7 from 10 reviews) are also highly rated Melbourne hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.
Bayview On The Park is a hotel near St. Kilda Beach that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.0 across 21 reviews.
For a good hotel near to Melbourne Central, consider Pan Pacific Melbourne - it is rated 8.9/10 from 2,140 HotelsCombined reviews.
If you’re looking for good hotels near Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, consider Pan Pacific Melbourne (rated 8.9 over 2,140 reviews).
Melbourne hotels have an average price of $234/night (based on searches on HotelsCombined in the last 3 days). For a 4-star hotel, the average price is $233/night, and if you are looking for a 5-star hotel in Melbourne then the average price is around $347/night.
$14/night is the cheapest price found for a hotel in Melbourne by HotelsCombined users over the last 72 hours. This coming weekend (20 May to 22 May), prices can start from as low as $19/night.
Users have found prices for hotels in Melbourne tonight starting as low as $49, rising to an average cost of $239, based on searches in the last 72 hours. Prices start from $79 for a 4-star hotel in Melbourne for tonight.
When booking hotels in Melbourne, you will be surprised at how much of a foodie’s dream the city is. With many suburbs offering an eclectic mix of cuisines, the diversity of Melbourne’s population brings something for every palate. Richmond has exploded with culinary spots on roads such as Bridge, Swan and Church in the centre of the suburb. Hotels such as Amora Hotel Riverwalk on Bridge Street give you access to Little Saigon, amongst others, for all-day eating. Hotels in the Fitzroy neighbourhood offer trendy yet affordable dining solutions around Gertrude Street and beyond. The Village is a fashionable hostel, if you are backpacking with friends. Other great areas in Melbourne for bars and restaurants include the Italian district of Carlton, the street-food area of Hawker Hall and central Melbourne for a choice of dining experiences.
Your kids will love hotels in Melbourne when you stay at accommodation such as Marriott or Peppers in the Docklands District. Based on the water’s edge, this part of the city has plenty to do, including the immersive art gallery called ArtVo, where kids can hoverboard, play with giant installations and become part of artworks in real time. Take them for a ride on the Melbourne Star or a fun day out at Chipmunks Playcentre. Book in central Melbourne and take a trip out to Summerland Beach to watch the Penguin Parade as the penguins return from their hunt at dusk. In central Melbourne, you will also have access to other fun activities to enjoy as a family, such as Sea Life Aquarium or the Melbourne Museum. Look for kid-friendly hotels, such as Adina Apartments or Mantra 100.
Jump straight into the action with annual highlights such as the Good Food and Wine Festival held at the Melbourne Convention Centre in June and sample some of the best dishes from restaurants around the city. The annual Moomba Festival is a two-day party for the whole family and free for all to enjoy the music and rides. Melbourne Open House in July showcases roughly 111 buildings to the public, to witness the architectural and historical side to the city. Other events such as the Melbourne International Film Festival and 30 Days of Fashion And Beauty bring a cosmopolitan edge to a good night out. When booking hotels in Melbourne for the regular festivals, fetes and parties, look towards the centre of the city, and consider Ovolo Laneways to keep you close to public transport.
Melbourne is one of the most culturally vibrant cities in Australia. It hosts some of the best theatre, music, art and fashion events and continues to grow with credibility for arts and culture. You would be remiss to not book in the epicentre of the city, to get easy access to the surrounding action. With great public transport, you can make your way around easily. Consider Melbourne hotels such as Crown Towers or The Hotel Windsor to be close to Queen Victoria Market (a shopping hub set in an old historic location), St Patrick's Cathedral, the East-End Theatre district (with seven theatres), the City Art Gallery and more. Comedy clubs, bars and dance clubs provide the chance to meet locals. You will be in for fun and adventure when you book Melbourne accommodation.