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Hotel Lindrum Melbourne - MGallery Collection

City Center 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Named after Australia’s most famous billiard-player, Walter Lindrum, this luxurious 5-storey boutique hotel has a reading room with large comfy chairs, an open fireplace and books. — Rough Guide

Historic boutique-style hotel with warmth, character and side alley access to Melbourne’s intimate laneway culture. — Jetsetter

Easily one of the city’s finest boutique hotels. — Lonely Planet

If you are a tea addict like myself you will love the Hotel Lindrum. With an assortment of delicious goodies served to you in this stunning hotel located in the heart of the most liveable... — Afar Magazine

Understatedly elegant, The Lindrum encapsulates the very essence of Melbourne. — The Telegraph

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The Langham, Melbourne

South Bank, Port Melbourne & Around 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The opulent foyer, with its sweeping marble staircase, waterfall, and glittering chandeliers, sets the genteel tone, as does the formally solicitous service. — Concierge

This is the top address in town, welcoming Melbourne's celebrities and diplomats with regularity. — Star Service

The Langham lobby screams luxury, but its restaurants can feel a little mall-like and the rooms, while perfectly equipped, are past their prime in the style stakes. — Lonely Planet

Old World elegance meets family-friendly service in one of Melbourne's nicest districts, with views of the Yarra River. — Jetsetter

This grand 5-star hotel has been one of the city’s top three luxury hotels as long as it’s been around. — Time Out

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Adelphi Hotel

City Center 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This discreet Flinders Lane property, designed by Denton Korker Marshall in the early 1990s, was one of Australia's first boutique hotels. — Lonely Planet

Each of the 34 rooms looks like a groovy penthouse pad – Paul Raymond-meets-Vogue Living. — Time Out

The 34-room Adelphi was Melbourne’s first verified design hotel. — The Telegraph

It may be worth staying in this designer boutique hotel... just for the experience of taking a dip in its top-floor... pool, which juts out from the end of the building and overhangs the streets below. — Frommer's

This small and groovy luxury hotel is known for both its innovative architecture... and its classy restaurant in the hotel basement. — DK Eyewitness

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Art Series - The Cullen

South Yarra & Toorak 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

From the lobby's life-size Cullen-customized fiberglass cows to the array of original canvases scattered throughout this cleverly designed building, visual provocation awaits at every turn. — Concierge

From the lobby’s life-size Cullen-customized fiberglass cows to the array of original canvases scattered throughout this cleverly designed building, visual provocation awaits at every turn. — Condé Nast Traveler

If you want to experience some of Melbourne's inner-city grunge, stay at boutique 'art' hotel The Cullen, located just off Chapel Street. — The Telegraph

Featuring 450 pieces of the late artist Adam Cullen’s work, you could be mistaken for thinking The Cullen is a full-blown gallery and not just a stunning new boutique hotel. — Time Out

Bright and airy rooms are all open-plan suites with full kitchenettes, and... are decorated with modern and abstract designs and artwork. — Oyster

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Ovolo Laneways

City Center 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Melbourne's newest boutique hotel mixes hipster chic with a funky executive vibe. — Lonely Planet

Ovolo Melbourne is the first international location for Hong Kong's Ovolo Hotels, with the design inspired by Melbourne's famous laneways. — Time Out

The street art in the city's laneways inspired the design of this hotel, which is tucked away in one of the best parts of Melbourne, right near Chinatown and a host of restaurants, bars, and shops. — Travel + Leisure

Easy living is the mantra at Ovolo Laneways, a super-central modern design den with all the extras you'll need thrown in – from free WiFi to minibar treats and Apple TV. — Mr & Mrs Smith

This 42-room upper-middle-range hotel may be small but it’s big on spunk and personality. — Oyster

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from $138

Park Hyatt Melbourne

City Center 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Set right next to Fitzroy Gardens and opposite St. Patrick's Cathedral, this is one of Melbourne's most elegant hotels. — Fodor's

Resembling a Californian shopping mall from the outside, the interior understands luxury to be about wood panelling, shiny surfaces and miles of marble. — Lonely Planet

For demanding dignitaries and finicky well-heeled travelers, there is no better choice in Melbourne. — Star Service

The city's most luxurious large hotel, the 240-room Park Hyatt, really is on a park—Fitzroy Gardens—just opposite St. Patrick's Cathedral and a stroll from the city center. — Concierge

Centrally located Melbourne sleep with a pool, tea lounge and expansive restaurant. — Jetsetter

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The Hotel Windsor

City Center 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Hotel Windsor is right in the city’s dress circle, near Parliament House, the MCG, Fitzroy Gardens and the Tennis Centre. — The Telegraph

Built in 1883, this aristocrat of Melbourne hotels combines Victorian-era character with modern comforts, and is a must for history lovers. — Fodor's

The Windsor opened in 1883, and since then this upper-crust establishment has oozed sophistication. — Frommer's

Between Bourke and Little Collins streets, this hotel is in a classic 1883 sandstone construction one block from Parliament House and Treasury Gardens. A splendid old-world offering,... — Star Service

Situated at the western end of the Central Business District, it lies across the road from Parliament House and has been the hotel of choice for many dignitaries and politicians over the years. — Travel + Leisure

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The Westin Melbourne

City Center 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A favorite among international business travelers and affluent couples looking for a stay on coveted Collins Street. — Oyster

The rooms are some of the largest in the city, ranging from almost 400 to 1,000 square feet. — Concierge

Excellent and understated service, elegant rooms, a classy Martini Bar and its own private collection of artworks – including chandelier sculptures – by local and international artists. — The Telegraph

This hotel is Number One for travellers with children. It is a stylish and award-winning hotel, opposite the Town Hall and down the road from Federation Square. — DK Eyewitness

An odd mix of ocean liner meets Haussmann-era apartment building design from the outside, inside the Westin gets timeless luxury hotel style right. — Lonely Planet

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Sofitel Melbourne on Collins

City Center 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Collins Street, one of Melbourne's best boulevards, is home to this luxury hotel, which offers formal service, richly decorated rooms and contemporary Australian restaurant. — The Telegraph

Sumptuous high rise hotel with panoramic city views, poised in Melbourne’s stylish ‘Paris end’. — Jetsetter

Between Spring and Exhibition streets, at the vast Collins Place complex in the center of town, this hotel features some of the most impressive panoramas in the city — Star Service

Since the early noughties, Sofitel Melbourne has stood tall at the top of Collins Street for its five-star service. — Time Out

Guestrooms at the Sofitel start on the 36th floor, so you’re guaranteed views that will make you giddy. — Lonely Planet

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from $189

Crown Towers Melbourne

South Bank, Port Melbourne & Around 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of Melbourne's grandest and most impressive hotels, Crown Towers is part of the Crown Casino complex, on the banks of the Yarra River. — Frommer's

Crown Towers is a luxury hotel with 482 rooms spread across 31 floors, right on the River Yarra in Melbourne's Southbank area and by the casino. — Oyster

Vegas goes down under in this, Melbourne's first casino, attached to the Crown Towers, along with 20 dining options. — Condé Nast Traveler

A central part of Melbourne’s Crown Casino complex, Crown Towers Melbourne is one of three hotels and decidedly the most lavish. As you enter the heavy glass doors into the impressive... — Forbes Travel Guide

It’s on the intimate side where Crown comes into its own, especially in and around the flagship hotel, Crown Towers. — Time Out

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from $224

Grand Hyatt Melbourne

City Center 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A member of the Hyatt hotel chain, this five-star hotel is within walking distance of some of Melbourne’s best boutiques, galleries, theatres, restaurants and bars. — DK Eyewitness

Widely regarded Melbourne’s original luxury hotel, Grand Hyatt Melbourne has been an Australian icon for 30 years — Forbes Travel Guide

Grand Hyatt Melbourne is ideal for the bar hopper, shopper and urban adventurer alike. — Time Out

This hotel's sophisticated style and varied facilities are right in line with Hyatt's top properties worldwide. — Star Service

Built in 1987 with Italianate décor, near Federation Square and the Yarra river; it's undergone a $29 million renovation. — Travel + Leisure

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The Como Melbourne - MGallery by Sofitel

South Yarra & Toorak 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Just down from the intersection of Chapel Street’s stylish café and fashion strip and trendy Toorak Road, this hotel is a favourite with entertainers and sports people. — DK Eyewitness

With its opulent and funky modern furnishings, this luxury hotel is as popular with business travelers as it is with visiting artists and musicians. — Fodor's

Visiting rock stars and celebs choose this hip property at the "river end" of the boutique-and-café-sprinkled neighborhood of South Yarra. — Concierge

Long a destination for visiting celebrities, The Como Melbourne features upscale rooms and garden suites that continue to shine thanks to a 2012 renovation. — Oyster

The hotel is right in the heart of South Yarra, Melbourne's renowned restaurant, shopping, and cafe district, and is popular with the fashion and entertainment set. — Frommer's

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The Nunnery

North Melbourne, Carlton & Fitzroy 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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. — Lonely Planet

The clean, comfortable budget option, opposite Melbourne Museum, is the former residence of the Daughters of Charity. — DK Eyewitness

Attractive guesthouse in a former convent, with Brunswick St cafés and Melbourne Museum close by. — Rough Guide

This former convent offers smart budget accommodations... It's well suited to couples and families. — Frommer's

Offering three tiers of accommodation (hostel, guesthouse and townhouse), The Nunnery is deservedly popular. Its city-edge location faces the Carlton Gardens. — Insight Guides

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Quest Grand Hotel Melbourne

City Center 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This luxury all-suite boutique hotel occupies a heritage-listed former railways building at the western end of the CBD. — DK Eyewitness

This boutique operation occupies the restored 1893 Railways Administration building, adjacent to bustling Spencer Street Station and Etihad Stadium, home to Australia Rules Football — Star Service

An iconic grand dame built in the 1890s, the six-story Grand Hotel Melbourne's latest incarnation is as an apartment-style hotel in the city's Central Business District. — Oyster

Even the studios are grand in this Italianate building, which housed the Victorian Railways administration back in the day when rail ruled the world. — Lonely Planet

This majestic heritage-listed building, which was originally home to the Victorian railway administration, is striking for its remarkable scale and imposing Italianate facade. — Frommer's

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from $113

The Prince

St. Kilda, Malvern & Around 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Slick, minimalist interior design and understated luxury is the order of the day at this boutique hotel. — DK Eyewitness

The Prince has not one but multiple watering holes, the better to serve its über-hip, night-owl clientele. — Concierge

Cutting-edge design, contemporary artworks and sculptural furniture, and spare yet inviting luxury make this boutique hotel perfect for aficionados of unfussy elegance. — Fodor's

The Prince Hotel in St Kilda pioneered the 'pub slash boutique hotel' movement that has swept across Melbourne. — Time Out

The Prince has always been one of the city's hippest addresses, and a major refurb a few years ago simply upped the ante. — Insight Guides

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Stamford Plaza Melbourne

City Center 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Diamond-faceted glass elevators carry guests from the marble lobby of this "Paris-end," all-suite hotel to rooms decorated with plush, rich hued velvets and art deco–ish crystal lamps. — Fodor's

At the “Paris End” of Collins Street, the Stamford is Melbourne’s only five-star all-suite hotel. — DK Eyewitness

Located on one of central Melbourne's most colorful streets, the upscale Stamford Plaza offers apartment-style accommodations with some upmarket amenities. — Oyster

In the heart of the business district is this often-overlooked operation, an all-suite hotel targeting midrange business travelers and vacationers alike — Star Service

The Stamford offers big rooms and suites and loads of facilities at reasonable rates. — Lonely Planet

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from $153

Coppersmith Hotel

Melbourne 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This all-white hotel offers a pleasant refuge after a busy day exploring Melbourne’s galleries, parks and laneways. — The Telegraph

Forget gold, we prefer copper and Coppersmith, where the food is delicious, the drinks are just how you like them and everyone knows your name. This pub with poise puts the city at your... — Mr & Mrs Smith

South Melbourne’s old Cricket Club has been transformed into a boutique hotel by hospitality entrepreneur George Bagios and architecture studio, Hassell. — Wallpaper

This small, architect-designed hotel has a distinctly Melbourne vibe. — Travel + Leisure

Low key, contemporary and elegantly restrained, the 15-room Coppersmith has every right to call itself a boutique property. — Lonely Planet

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from $173

Crown Metropol Melbourne

South Bank, Port Melbourne & Around 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Crown Casino's newest hotel may be huge (it has 665 rooms, making it one of the country's biggest), but it still retains an elegant boutique-type feel. — Fodor's

Guests here have access to the most extraordinary infinity pool in Melbourne. Yes, you too can be swimming laps while plotting the schedule for your day ahead visually. — Lonely Planet

Few complexes in the world can match Crown when it comes to dining. — Time Out

There’s something pleasingly left field about this gleaming high-rise that, at 658 rooms, is Australia’s largest hotel. — Condé Nast Traveler

This massive luxury is ideal for travelers who want entertainment right on their doorstep — Oyster

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InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto

City Center 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

In the financial district, one block north of the Yarra River, this finely tuned second-tier commercial operation oozes with calculated sophistication — Star Service

Tucked away behind one of Melbourne's most iconic gothic facades, The Rialto is a five-star luxury hotel designed by William Pitt, the architect behind many Melbourne landmarks. — Fodor's

Two heritage buildings in the business district of Melbourne joined by a stunning glass atrium make up this unique five-star property. — Travel + Leisure

Downtown beauty behind a 19th-century Victorian Gothic façade in modern Melbourne. — Jetsetter

Today, although the five-story Rialto is dwarfed by its skyscraper neighbors, it exudes charm on the outside and class within. — Condé Nast Traveler

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Royce Hotel

South Yarra & Toorak 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Modern interiors and classic accents create an eye-catching backdrop for chic city stays at this boutique hotel. — Gayot

Natural light bathes the rooms in this elegant, 1920s-style hotel, in a former Rolls-Royce showroom. — Fodor's

There's something quite grand about the staircase encircling the lobby at this boutique hotel, especially when paired with the sweeping entrance's statement chandelier and rustic sculpture. — Travel + Leisure

If the name Royce conjures images of fancy cars, it’s not a coincidence — this 100-room boutique hotel is housed in a former high-end car showroom from the 1920s. — Oyster

This boutique option on leafy St Kilda Road occupies a National Trust listed 1920s former Rolls Royce showroom. — DK Eyewitness

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from $150
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