Great location, room small but clean, breakfast abundant. Cannot understand why GST goes on top of advertised price. Will come again.
Excellent location. Right in the middle of everything. Stayed on 5th floor and was very quiet. Staff were really helpful and friendly. Breakfast was good too. Room was small but fine and its worth it for the location. Agree with previous post about the filthy windows spoiling view- such a pity because it made the room very dark.
room so SMALL ...hit my toe into chair every time walked 2 bathroom.. bed ok, very noisy
Stayed for 2 nights, got upgraded to a spa room with loft which was beautiful. Perfect location & very helpful staff. Lift was a bit noisy at night. Great variety to choose from for breakfast. Would definiately recommend to others.
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3.25 km / 2.02 miles from Melbourne City
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Officially known as Melbourne and Olympic Parks, this site features multiple venues that play host to a wide range of events including international tennis competitions, soccer, rugby union and rugby league matches, cycling, dirt bike racing, ice skating, family shows and concerts. A number of professional and amateur sporting organisations train and are headquartered here, too. Links to public transport are plentiful in and around the complex.
Built in Belfast in 1885, the Polly Woodside is a historic tall ship that once carried cargo around the world, from England to South America, North America, Asia, Africa and Australia. This late 19th-century iron-hulled trade ship has been impeccably preserved and was awarded the World Ship Trust Medal for maritime heritage achievement. The ship and adjacent gallery is open daily for tours.
Just across from Federation Square stands St. Paul’s Cathedral, an Anglican church that dates back to Melbourne’s earliest days. Construction began in 1880 and completed in 1891. The work is of architect William Butterfield, who sent his plans and drawings from England but never actually set foot in Melbourne. You can tour the church daily during the summer, and several excellent music programs are held here throughout the year.
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