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Hotel Lindrum Melbourne - MGallery Collection

City Center 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The 59-room Hotel Lindrum is a modern boutique hotel located just a short walk from sights such as Federation Square and Melbourne Park. — Oyster

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

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

This chic, 59-room boutique hotel, once a tea store and billiard hall, is named for champion Australian pool player Walter Lindrum — Travel + Leisure

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from $159

Art Series - The Cullen

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

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

Expect visions of Ned Kelly shooting you from the glam opaque room/bathroom dividers in this new and lively hotel, resplendent in the works of Sydney artist Adam Cullen. — Lonely Planet

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

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

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The Como Melbourne - MGallery by Sofitel

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

Bright pops of fuchsia in the lobby, along with shiny, bold sculptures, introduce the overall vibe of this hip hotel in South Yarra — Travel + Leisure

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

Stylish hotel that often plays host to visiting celebs and businesspeople. — Rough Guide

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from $166

The Nunnery

North Melbourne, Carlton & Fitzroy 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

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

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

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

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The Hotel Windsor

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

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

Rooms provide five-star luxury and charm, and many enjoy views of the state parliament and treasury buildings. — DK Eyewitness

Before you even enter this 1883 grand dame, you know you’ve stumbled upon something special. — Time Out

One of Australia’s most famous and self-consciously grand hotels. — Lonely Planet

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The Westin Melbourne

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

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

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

The Westin is a modern, comfortable hotel that is ideally located for exploring the central business district of Melbourne and surrounding areas — Afar Magazine

Downtown Melbourne's The Westin has all the credentials expected of an international five-star hotel: excellent and understated service, elegant rooms, a classy Martini Bar and its own... — The Telegraph

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Sofitel Melbourne on Collins

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

There are several room types, but all feature floor-to-ceiling windows and panoramic views over the CBD, the Bay or Yarra River. — DK Eyewitness

Arguably one of the swankiest properties in Melbourne's Central Business District... features 363 elegant rooms and suites, many with views of Phillip Bay. — Oyster

An I.M. Peidesigned hotel, set on the top floors of a 50-storey building, with marvellous views across Melbourne. — Rough Guide

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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Ovolo Laneways

City Center 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in the heart of Melbourne’s theatre and restaurant district, this funky new hotel has a range of studios and suites with stylish urban decor. — Rough Guide

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

Much effort has gone into making this 43-room boutique hotel uniquely stylish and comfortable, including its laneway location, which is ideal for those who want to be in the heart of the action. — Fodor's

Tucked away at the Parliament end of Little Bourke Street, the Ovolo Hotel offers a great home-away-from-home feeling in sleek, stylish surrounds — Afar Magazine

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

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The Prince

St. Kilda, Malvern & Around 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Prince has a suitably dramatic lobby and the rooms are an interesting mix of the original pub’s proportions, natural materials and a pared-back aesthetic. — Lonely Planet

There are changes afoot at the Prince, one of the best loved of Melbourne's hotels. (And it's not just loved by travelers; the historic hotel's restaurants, bars, band room, and Aurora... — Travel + Leisure

This forty-room boutique hotel housed within the Prince complex is one of Melbourne’s most elegant places to lay your head. — Rough Guide

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

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

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Adelphi Hotel

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

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

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

This chic, design-conscious boutique hotel is decorated with minimalist-style furnishings of brushed steel, maple, and glass. — Fodor's

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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from $186

Grand Hotel Melbourne - MGallery Collection

City Center 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

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

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

Space Hotel

City Center 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Catering to flashpackers (backpackers with bigger budgets) and millennials looking for simple lodging, the Space Hotel fills the void between a modern hostel and a mid-range property with... — Oyster

From eight-bed dorms, to suites overlooking Melbourne, the Space Hotel offers budget accommodation in the heart of the city. — Time Out

One of Melbourne's few genuine flashpackers, this sleek, modern and immaculate hotel has something for all demographics, all at very reasonable prices. — Lonely Planet

Located just minutes from bustling Lygon Street, Carlton Gardens, and Queen Victoria Market, this family-run venue targets budget travelers who like a bit more comfort. — Fodor's

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Tolarno Hotel

St. Kilda, Malvern & Around 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The quirky Hotel Tolarno is in the middle of St. Kilda's cafe and restaurant strip, and a short stroll from the beach. — Frommer's

In the heart of St Kilda’s café scene, this modernized hotel features contemporary artworks by local artists and original works by noted Melbourne artist Mirka Mora. — DK Eyewitness

Set in the heart of St. Kilda's café, bar, and club precinct, Tolarno Hotel was once owned by artists who ran a gallery out of the space, and it still has an idiosyncratic artistic bent. — Fodor's

Stylish and bright en-suite bedrooms with Fifties and Sixties retro furnishings, original artwork, polished timber floors and all mod cons. Good value. — Rough Guide

Tolarno was once the site of Georges Mora’s seminal gallery, Tolarno. The fine-dining restaurant downstairs now bears the name of his artist wife Mirka, as well as her original paintings. — Lonely Planet

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from $87

Grand Hyatt Melbourne

City Center 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

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

This opulent, centrally located hotel caters to the needs -- and deep wallets -- of business travelers. — Oyster

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

This famous Collins St five-star has 546 rooms, many with grand floor-to-ceiling windows, marble baths, designated workspaces and art deco furnishings. — Lonely Planet

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from $216

Lyall Hotel and Spa

South Yarra & Toorak 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Tucked away in a leafy residential street, the Lyall’s spacious rooms are well-appointed, with little luxuries including gourmet cheese in the minibar, laundry facilities, and, in some,... — Lonely Planet

The all-suite Lyall opened in 2002 in Melbourne's most designer-heavy neighborhood, South Yarra, but it draws high-end travelers of every stripe. — Concierge

Favored by frequent travelers to Melbourne, this South Yarra escape is renowned for its understated, yet exquisite service — Travel + Leisure

The spacious one- and two-bedroom suites at this exclusive hotel make an artform of understated elegance, and they come with all the luxuries. — Fodor's

Just off swanky Toorak Road and a quick sashay from boutique-jammed Chapel Street, its suites feel more like your own warm, homely apartment than a hotel room — The Telegraph

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Hotel Claremont

South Yarra & Toorak 76 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Claremont is good value, with comfortable rooms, high ceilings and shared bathrooms. — Lonely Planet

The hostel-style lodgings at the Hotel Claremont are geared toward travelers on a budget. — Oyster

The high ceilings and the mosaic tiles in the lobby welcome visitors into this old-world hotel. It's an attractive place, though sparsely furnished. — Frommer's

Restored 1886 Victorian guesthouse in the heart of South Yarra. Over 70 bright, airy dorm and private rooms with recently renovated shared bathrooms. — Rough Guide

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Middle Park Hotel

St. Kilda, Malvern & Around 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

There are masculine overtones to the 25 rooms designed by acclaimed architecture firm Six Degrees in this converted pub — Travel + Leisure

A Six Degrees renovation has ensured the rooms feel luxurious and modern – expect iPod docks and rain shower-heads when you reach the top of the wooden staircase. — Lonely Planet

All rooms have chiropedic bedding, spacious high ceilings, Egyptian cotton linen, and work from local iconic photographer Rennie Ellis. — Fodor's

Calling this well run, fun and handsome suburban hotel 'cheap' is a terrible insult. The service here is better than at most five-star resorts, the rooms are fresh and comfortable and... — The Telegraph

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Park Hyatt Melbourne

City Center 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Well-rounded 20-story hotel with Art Deco-style interiors and a top-notch spa, next to the Fitzroy Gardens downtown. — Travel + Leisure

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

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

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from $232

Crown Towers Melbourne

South Bank, Port Melbourne & Around 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

A high-rise casino complex that’s secluded enough to attract non-gamers. . — Travel + Leisure

Conspicuous consumption and even more conspicuous everything else combine to create one the country’s most lavish places to sleep. — Lonely Planet

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

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

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from $226

Jasper Hotel

City Center 75 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The old Hotel Y has never looked so good. Within a bagel’s throw of the Queen Victoria Market, this refurbished option offers light and pleasant boutique-style rooms. — DK Eyewitness

A complete design makeover has raised this YWCA-owned hostel, across the road from Queen Victoria Market, to boutique hotel status. — Rough Guide

Sports moody down-lighting, a veritable Pantone swatch-book of colours, louvered bathrooms and some lovely graphic soft furnishings. — Lonely Planet

A former YWCA, the Jasper has undergone a radical face-lift, redesigned and polished to a shine — Fodor's

Colour your world -- or at least your stay in Melbourne -- the shades of Jasper (the gemstone) when you stay at this redeveloped YWCA hotel. — Frommer's

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