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If you are a tea addict like myself you will love the Hotel Lindrum Full review →Make sure you book in advance as it is really popular!
Sheer floor-to-ceiling curtains, cushy couches, a fireplace, and a billiard room make the lobby feel like a bachelor's town house.
This chic boutique hotel occupies a heritage-listed building at the eastern edge of the CBD. It overlooks the historic Jolimont Railyards, the Yarra River and Botanic Gardens.
Housed in the Heritage-listed Lindrum family billiards center, a short walk from Federation Square, this is one of Melbourne's savviest boutique properties. Full review →
If you like your hotels stylish and contemporary, then the Hotel Lindrum is for you. It's quite typical of the new wave of modern hotels that emphasize trendy interior design. Full review →
Historic boutique-style hotel with warmth, character and side alley access to Melbourne’s intimate laneway culture. Full review →
Easily one of the city’s finest boutique hotels. Full review →
The 59-room Hotel Lindrum is a modern boutique hotel located just a short walk from sights such as Federation Square and Melbourne Park. Full review →
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.
Located just behind the Sofitel on the east end of town, close to the parliament building, this hotel is one of only a handful of substantive design hotels in Melbourne Full review →
Understatedly elegant, The Lindrum encapsulates the very essence of Melbourne. Full review →
Its Art Deco neon sign has lit up the city’s skyline for years, but there’s a lot more to Hotel Lindrum. Full review →
This chic, 59-room boutique hotel, once a tea store and billiard hall, is named for champion Australian pool player Walter Lindrum. Full review →
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