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Quality Hotel Mildura Grand
The standard rooms at the Grand aren’t the most luxurious in town but staying at this landmark hotel gives you the feeling of being part of something special. It’s Mildura’s top address, as much for its historical legacy as the modern amenities...
The Hotel Shamrock
One of Bendigo’s historic icons, the Shamrock is a stunning Victorian building with stained glass, original paintings, fancy columns and a Gone with the Wind –style staircase...
This recently restored former doctor’s mansion (c 1878) has six very different self-contained rooms, some featuring clawfoot baths and lovely views. All feature a unique sense of style. Highly recommended.
Hepburn Springs Chalet
If Don Draper was in town this is where he'd drop his briefcase. Originally a 1920s guesthouse, the owners have retained the original features, complementing them with retro charm thanks to deco mirrors and velvet lounges in the sitting areas and bar...
Melbourne's newest boutique hotel mixes hipster chic with a funky executive vibe. It's friendly, fun and loaded with goodies – there's a free minibar in each room, and free booze downstairs at the daily happy hour...
Built in 1888, the Nunnery oozes atmosphere, with sweeping staircases and many original features; the walls are dripping with religious works of art and ornate stained-glass windows...
One of Melbourne's few genuine flashpackers, this sleek, modern and immaculate hotel has something for all demographics, all at very reasonable prices...
Causeway 353 Hotel
Who needs a view when you’ve got a laneway location? Causeway 353’s breakfast is in a cafe on a bustling laneway, and you’ll be more than relaxed after a night in its simple, stylish rooms which feature long and dark timber bedheads, huge king-sized b...
Causeway Inn On The Mall
One of three Causeway hotels, the Inn is the best-value option and often full. Bonuses include helpful staff, free breakfast and a daily newspaper, and a location bang in the middle of the city. The hotel entrance is actually in the Causeway.
With a discreet entrance in the Howey Place covered arcade, Causeway will appeal to those who’ve come to Melbourne to shop and bar-hop. It’s intimate in scale, so don’t expect the facilities of a big hotel...
Middle Park Hotel
With a locked bedside drawer labeled ‘x’, and an ‘x’ keyring to match (hello $70 ‘intimacy’ pack), you might be wondering what kind of hotel you’ve booked yourself into, but relax...
Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport
The smart Holiday Inn Melbourne Airport is close to the airport.
Simple beach-style rooms in sea blues and sandy tones make for a relaxing stay at this stylish modern motel. Go for a view of the ocean or a garden deck room. Some are self-contained and there’s a deluxe spa unit.
The Crossley Hotel
In the heart of Chinatown, this hotel is housed in a 1930s building that provides much of its character. Rooms are nothing special, but they're modern and comfortable, and you can't fault its central location. Offers discounts to the City Baths.
Quest St Kilda Bayside
Dependable, self-contained apartments on a charming, leafy street.
Punthill South Yarra Grand
It’s the little things, like a blackboard and chalk in the kitchen for messages, and individually wrapped liquorice all-sorts by the bed, which make this a great choice...
Tribeca Serviced Apartments
A handy inner-suburb location on the doorstep of Collingwood, East Melbourne and the city, Tribeca's apartments are generic, but get the job done as a comfy, modern base with pay TV, free wi-fi, heated pool and gym.
Bayview On The Park
The Bayview is one of many large, facility-toting hotels lining Queens Rd, competing for the corporate dollar. The rooms are clean and comfortable, though the pastel colour scheme is dated...
Mantra 100 Exhibition
A great midcity location, between the bustle of Bourke St and the calm of Collins St, with streamlined apartment facilities and professional, friendly service...
Metropole Hotel Apartments
If you can forgive the mid-’90s façade that blights this heritage strip at the top of Brunswick St, the Metropole is worth considering for its city skip-and-jump location and small outdoor pool...
You won’t be able to forget that this is a Travelodge, but if you can get past the queasy tones of the bedspreads and wall colours, comfort levels are high, and the service and riverside location are quite special...
The Hotel Windsor
Sparkling chandeliers and a grand piano in the lobby set the scene for this opulent, heritage-listed 1883 building that's one of Australia’s most famous and self-consciously grand hotels...