Hotels in Melbourne
Set in Grampians National Park, famous for its picturesque mountains and Aboriginal relics. The property grows more than 150 fruits and vegetables in its kitchen gardens and the cellar is one of Australia's most comprehensive, including over a dozen regional Rieslings.
Melbourne was recently named the world’s most livable city with one of the most livable lodgings being this popular, 25-story 388-room riverside hotel. An attractive alternative to the Central Business District hotels, the English-style Langham opened in 2005.
Well-rounded 20-story hotel with Art Deco-style interiors and a top-notch spa, next to the Fitzroy Gardens downtown.
Bold landscape murals from New South Wales artist John Olsen hang in the public spaces at the 229-suite property.
Built in 1987 with Italianate décor, near Federation Square and the Yarra river; it's undergone a $29 million renovation.
Since 1853, Craig’s Royal Hotel has anchored historic Lydiard Street in the town of Ballarat, about an hour northwest of Melbourne.
Book one of the twelve suites at this 2010 property. The rooms connect to the Isika spa via a private staircase.