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Melbourne has a wide variety of hotels, from grand and glamorous to cheap and cheerful. Staying downtown is probably your most convenient option, but the city has good public transportation, so it's not difficult to get around even if you stay in a neighborhood that's a little farther out. Rooms fill up during holiday periods or special events (such as the Australian Open, held in January).

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The Hotel Windsor
111 Spring Street
The Hotel Windsor (next to the Princess Theatre and across from Parliament House) opened in 1881 and is now Australia's only original grand...
509 Reviews
Citigate Melbourne
270 Flinders Street
The reasonably priced Citigate Melbourne opened in 2003 across from Flinders Street Railway Station, close to Federation Square. Many of its 179...
335 Reviews
Grand Hotel Melbourne
33 Spencer St.
The Grand Hotel Melbourne overlooks the Docklands. Built into a heritage-listed building that was started in 1887 and added to over the years,...
621 Reviews
Robinsons in the City
405 Spencer Street
A B&B in a building that dates back to the 1850s, Robinsons in the City offers six attractive guestrooms. The property was once a bakery, and...
84 Reviews
The Nunnery
116 Nicholson St.
Budget travelers will like the cozy Nunnery, which offers both private double rooms and dormitory-style accommodations (divided between two...
68 Reviews
Crown Towers
8 Whiteman St
This luxury property -- part of a larger Crown complex that includes restaurants, shops, nightclubs, a casino and several other hotels -- is a...
829 Reviews

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