Hotels in Melbourne, Victoria
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- Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
- Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex
- Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
- Spirit of Tasmania Ferry Terminal
- Collins Street
- Queen Victoria Market
- University of Melbourne
- Etihad Stadium
- Southbank Promenade
- Albert Park
- Rod Laver Arena
- Federation Square
- Bourke Street Mall
- Royal Melbourne Hospital
- Melbourne Central
- Royal Melbourne Showgrounds
- St. Kilda Beach
- Albert Park Lake
- Deakin University
- Hisense Arena
Best hotels in Melbourne
As Australia's second city and in many ways its capital of culture, there is far more than meets the eye to Melbourne and it is certainly a top destination for explorers of culture and business travelers alike. If a visit to this fantastic city is in your travel plans, let Hotels.com help you find the best value in Melbourne to make your stay that much more enjoyable. We have partnered with Melbourne hotels in all corners of the city to ensure that you can find the best deals and the most convenient location based on your needs. For each location, we compile ratings from reviews provided by previous visitors in order to give you the most information possible for each hotel. Additionally, Hotels.com's listings include maps and photos for each hotel to make your decision - and planning your itinerary - that much easier. At Hotels.com, we know how to make every trip just a little easier and more comfortable - and we want to pass those secrets onto you for your visit to Melbourne.
What's Melbourne Like?
While sunny, warm, and relatively new as cities go, don't be fooled - Melbourne hides a host of history and culture. The Parliament House of Victoria was the first seat of government in Australia; it is where it all began, in a sense. The Old Melbourne Gaol is no longer in use, but acts as a museum dedicated to Australia's wilder, frontier days; the famous outlaw Ned Kelly was held there. Melbourne also has plenty of history dedicated to Australia's involvement in the Commonwealth and its wars. The Shrine of Remembrance is the most prominent example of this. Flinders Street is the center of many of Melbourne's must-see sites, with the Immigration Museum dedicated to the masses from all over the world that have come to Australia, as well as the Flinders Street Railway Station, which serves as not only a fascinating piece of architecture but also a local, unofficial meeting place for locals. Outside of the city centre, there is the Melbourne Museum - the largest museum in the Southern Hemisphere - as well as the Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens, both of which form a World Heritage site. All in all, Melbourne has plenty to offer - and thanks to Hotels.com's listings of Melbourne hotels, it's easier than ever to see it all.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Melbourne
Melbourne is very welcoming, though quite warm; the city centre is walkable, but going further afield is best done via bus or rail. The Myki public transit network is quite extensive, but be sure to follow the instructions when getting and using your tickets, as fines for suspected fare-jumpers are quite heavy and it is taken quite seriously! Aside from this, and aside from the rather intense local support for Melbourne's football and rugby sides, the locals are otherwise relatively laid-back. Theatres, comedy clubs, and music venues are very popular hangouts, and many local establishments offer free venue schedules. Sadly, there is not too much in the way of truly local cuisine in Melbourne, but there is a wide variety of offerings of different culinary traditions. Mediterranean street foods such as souvlaki and gyros are quite popular amongst Melbourne residents. All in all, Melbourne has plenty to offer and is not difficult to get around in. With a little help from Hotels.com's selection of Melbourne hotels, you'll be on your way to a memorable journey in no time at all.
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