Hotels in Melbourne

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Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Melbourne:$124/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$9/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$65 - $177
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$95 - $161
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Top Rated Melbourne hotels

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ibis Melbourne Little Lonsdale Street
ibis Melbourne Little Lonsdale Street
8.9 Excellent
399 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, VIC, Australia
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0.4 mi from city centre, Melbourne, VIC, Australia 

Located in Melbourne CBD, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of RMIT University, Collins Street and the Old Melbourne Gaol. It is conveniently situated in the city centre.

Hotel prices in Melbourne

4 stars +

$57 - $272

W Melbourne

Best value

W Melbourne
9.0 Excellent
$272
Avg. per night

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Where to stay in Melbourne

About Melbourne

Renowned as Australia’s creative and cultural hub, Melbourne attracts inquisitive travellers with its charming laneways filled with street art, unique shops and award-winning restaurants. A stage for some of Australia’s greatest sporting and cultural moments, Melbourne wows its visitors with Victorian-era architecture, elegant streetscapes, leafy inner-city gardens and cultural institutions.

Things to do

Join thousands of locals at the heart of Melbourne’s thriving arts and theatre scene, Federation Square, which is surrounded by Melbourne’s top art institutions. Admire European, Asian and American art at NGV International and discover fascinating TV, film and digital media exhibits at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. You can also watch award-winning plays at Melbourne Theatre Company or see works by Australia’s top contemporary artists at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.

Looking for high-end fashion or unique handmade goods? Head south of the city to Chapel Street for vintage treasures or north to Fitzroy’s Rose St Artists’ Market to meet local designers. The city's hidden laneways and arcades also offer boutique shopping, while nearby department stores stock leading international brands. Simply wander around the CBD to discover designer labels and one-of-a-kind boutiques, such as Sandro Paris and Keshett.

Explore the city’s first-class cafe culture on Fitzroy and Acland streets, and at sunset head to St Kilda Beach, an easy 20-minute drive away, for dinner at one of the beachfront restaurants. St Kilda is the perfect coastal suburb, home to artisan sellers, fairy penguins along the pier and the historic theme park, Luna Park.

Experience Melbourne’s famous nightlife at unique bars, such as The Toff in Town, a lively bar with signature cocktails and cosy booths in Art Deco train carriages. Melbourne is a true 24-hour city with a range of late-night dining and bar options, including live music venues, DJ clubs and hip hole-in-the-wall whiskey and boutique beer bars. Highlights include Melbourne’s rock hub, Ding Dong Lounge, and the 24-hour American-inspired Butchers Diner.

For a quiet escape wander through colourful and diverse natural landscapes at the Royal Botanic Gardens or the Fitzroy Gardens. Time your visit for one of Melbourne’s year-round blockbuster events, from Broadway musicals and international performing artists to music festivals and national sporting events, including the AFL Grand Final.

Getting Around

Melbourne has a mixture of historic and contemporary transportation. Having serviced visitors and locals for over a century, Melbourne’s iconic trams offer hop-on-hop-off transport around the city centre and surrounding neighborhoods. The City Circle tram is a free tourist tram that loops around many of the city’s must-see central attractions between Flinders Street and Harbour Esplanade. Melbourne’s extensive transport network also includes trains and buses that travel throughout the CBD’s convenient grid layout.

Melbourne travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in Melbourne?

    When visiting Melbourne, consider checking out Carlton North, South Yarra, and Carlton as some of the most sought after locations.

  • What are the best hotels in Melbourne?

    Melbourne is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is YEHS Hotel Melbourne CBD, which has a current rating of 8.2. For other potential stays, consider W Melbourne and Vibe Hotel Melbourne, which can also be great places to stay in Melbourne.

  • What is a good hotel near St. Kilda Beach?

    Reviews of View Melbourne recommend it as a good place to stay near St. Kilda Beach, scoring 8.7/10 from 1,309 ratings.

  • What is a good hotel in Melbourne near Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre?

    Pan Pacific Melbourne is rated 9.1 from 1,786 reviews and is close to Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

  • Is there a good hotel near Crown Casino?

    Close to Crown Casino you will find Pan Pacific Melbourne, which has a rating of 9.1 over 1,786 HotelsCombined reviews.

  • How much do hotels in Melbourne cost?

    Searches in the last 72 hours suggest an average price of around $167/night is normal for a hotel in Melbourne. 4-star and 5-star hotels in Melbourne had average prices of $166/night and $222/night, respectively.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Melbourne?

    $8 per night is the cheapest Melbourne hotel price found in our data from the last 72 hours.

  • How much is a hotel in Melbourne tonight?

    A hotel in Melbourne tonight has an average price of $154, but some deals have been found for as low as $29 in HotelsCombined searches over the last 72 hours. Prices in Melbourne are changing frequently. The best price found for a 4-star Melbourne hotel for tonight has been $38.

  • What are the best hotels on Lonsdale St. in Melbourne?

    There are several reasons why this is such a popular street in the heart of Melbourne and why so many hotels in Melbourne can be found on or near this street. On the one hand, it’s in a great location, right beside the Yarra River that runs through the heart of the city. Another great feature of Lonsdale St. is that it’s close to the Melbourne Museum, the University of Melbourne, and Marvel Stadium, as well as the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria (Melbourne Gardens). As an added bonus, there are plenty of dining and shopping choices you will find in this area of town. A fantastic Melbourne hotel that puts you right in the middle of this area, just a couple of blocks from the street and with a great view of the river, is The Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne.

  • Are there kid-friendly hotels in Melbourne?

    Families who travel long distances to visit an amazing city like Melbourne will most likely have several things they expect from a family-oriented hotel during their stay. For starters, they are going to want to find cheap hotels in Melbourne that offer amenities that will keep their kids entertained for hours on end. In addition, they probably also want to book hotels in Melbourne that offer conveniences the entire family will enjoy, and the more comfortable the better. The Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne makes a good choice for a hotel that’s family-friendly in Melbourne, because it offers amenities like a pool and a free breakfast daily. Additionally, this kid-friendly hotel in Melbourne is very close to a couple of great destinations for kids, including GymBus, a fantastic kids’ amusement center; plus, it is also close to Play Central Port Melbourne, which is an amazing indoor playground the kids will love.

  • How do I find a peaceful and quiet hotel in Melbourne?

    Travelers who are visiting a vibrant city like Melbourne and who want to stay somewhere that’s a little quieter will find that doing so is often a challenge, especially if they still want to be near the city center. The key is generally to stay on the outskirts of town in the more suburban areas, nearer to residential areas. Even if you’ve found a quiet place in the suburbs, many travelers will still want to have easy access to the downtown neighborhood from their hotel. So if you are a traveler heading here and you want to stay in a quiet neighborhood in Melbourne, one great choice for an area to stay is the Cheltenham neighborhood, and a wonderful hotel choice in this neighborhood is The Parkdale Motor Inn.  Even though this hotel is in a much more secluded part of Melbourne, it is still only about a 25-minute drive back to the main city center. If you prefer to take public transportation instead of relying on your own vehicle, then you’ll be happy to know that local bus routes 811 and 812 make a stop very close to this hotel.

  • What neighborhoods in Melbourne have the best restaurants?

    Hands down, the best place to stay if you’re somebody who likes to have a lot of dining options close by during your trip to Melbourne is right in the center of the city. In Melbourne’s city center, you will find a wide range of food choices, from Middle Eastern fare to Japanese cuisine, Spanish tapas bars, Italian restaurants, and traditional Australian cuisine—you’ll find a food for any mood in downtown Melbourne. A nice hotel choice that’ll put you in the midst of all these dining options is The Victoria Hotel Melbourne.