4.5 Hotel Lindrum Melbourne

Hotel Lindrum, Melbourne

CNN

“Alternately a former coffee storehouse, headquarters for the now-defunct Herald newspaper and a billiards center named for legendary Australian pool player Walter Lindrum, it’s now a boutique hotel that exudes old world warmth without foregoing contemporary facilities.”

$ 170 $ 170 $ 170 $ 170
4.6 Park Hyatt Melbourne

Hotel Park Hyatt, Melbourne

CNN

“Surrounded by cardinal landmarks — imposing Parliament House, Gothic revivalism of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Old Treasury Buildings, Fitzroy Gardens — Park Hyatt is somehow both discreet and showy on a long entrance driveway on the edge of the central business district.”

$ 247 $ 247 $ 247 $ 247
4.6 Larwill Studios Melbourne

Art Series The Larwill Studio, Melbourne

New York Times

“Creative, wellness-minded travelers who want to be slightly removed from the thrum of Melbourne’s city center (but not deep in suburbia) will love the Larwill for its artsy ambience, gallery-like lobby and hallways and accessible location.”

$ 127 $ 127 $ 127 $ 127
4.5 Crown Metropol Melbourne

The Crown Metropol Hotel, Melbourne

New York Times

“The Crown Metropol Melbourne, situated in a gleaming tower, has 658 luxurious rooms and sweeping views from the 27th-floor infinity pool.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Melbourne.

$ 210 $ 210 $ 210 $ 210
4.6 Ovolo Laneways Melbourne

The Ovolo Laneways Hotel, Melbourne

New York Times

“The Ovolo Hotel is a boutique hotel with 43 rooms and suites in an ideal city-center location. Studios come with Wi-Fi, a daily happy hour and to-go breakfasts.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Melbourne.

$ 147 $ 147 $ 147 $ 147