Best Melbourne holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Melbourne
Rydges MelbourneImmersed in the city’s culture and lifestyle, Rydges Melbourne is conveniently located in the heart of Melbourne CBD. With the vibrant theatre district, iconic dining, Chinatown, exclusive Collins Street boutiques, major sporting precincts and entertainment at its doorstep.Book now
Manhattan Apartments - Notting HillSet within 6.3 km of Chadstone Shopping Mall and 12 km of Dandenong Train Station in Notting Hill, Manhattan Apartments - Notting Hill offers accommodation with seating area. Free WiFi is offered and private parking is available on site.Book now
Aura on Flinders Serviced ApartmentsCentrally located in the heart of Melbourne CBD, Aura on Flinders is a 7-minute walk from Melbourne Convention Centre. It offers self-contained accommodation with free WiFi and city views. Guests have access to a fitness centre and laundry facilities.Book now
Rendezvous Hotel MelbourneCentrally located in the heart of the CBD, this 4.5-star heritage-listed hotel has been restored to retain the feel and style of its 1913 origins while providing guests with modern technology and facilities. Guests receive 100MBs of free WiFi per 24 hours.Book now
Mantra 100 Exhibition MelbourneMantra 100 Exhibition is located directly in Melbourne's CBD amongst the fashion precinct of the city. The hotel is 5 minutes' walk from theatres and entertainment areas.Book now
Corporate Living Accommodation AbbotsfordOffering self-contained accommodation, Corporate Living Accommodation Abbotsford is just 5 minutes' walk from the Yarra River and 8 minutes' drive from Chapel Street and the Princess Theatre. All apartments feature a fully equipped kitchen or kitchenette.Book now
Batman's Hill on CollinsBatman’s Hill on Collins is located in Melbourne CBD, opposite Southern Cross train station. It offers 2 stylish restaurants and 2 bars, plus 24-hour room service.Book now
Centrepoint Units HeidelbergSituated 11 km from Melbourne Museum, Centrepoint Units Heidelberg offers a terrace, and air-conditioned accommodation with a patio and free WiFi.Book now
Carlton HotelFor those who want to discover Melbourne's cultural diversity and heritage architecture, Carlton Hotel is the place to be. Offering a swimming pool, restaurant, sauna and a fitness centre, it is 15 minutes’ tram ride from the city centre. 100MB of free WiFi per day, per room is provided.Book now
Winston ApartmentsLocated on Collins Street in the heart of Melbourne CBD, Winston Apartments boasts an indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, and a fitness centre. All self-contained apartments offer free WiFi, cable channels, and city or ocean views.Book now
Water Edge SensationSet in Rosebud, 300 metres from Rosebud Beach and 3.3 km from Rosebud Country Club, Water Edge Sensation offers accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning and a garden. Featuring free private parking, the holiday home is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as windsurfing, fishing and cycling.Book now
The Hotel WindsorEstablished in 1883, this historic hotel combines classic style with modern facilities. Located next door to the Princess Theatre, The Hotel Windsor offers luxury accommodation in the heart of Melbourne. Guests enjoy free WiFi.Book now
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HOTELS, APARTMENTS, VACATION RENTALS AND BED AND BREAKFAST IN MELBOURNE
Melbourne, the capital of the Australian federal state Victoria, is located in the south of the country and is with approx. 7,700 km² after Sydney the second largest city of the continent. Apartments in Melbourne are in great demand, as the metropolis is a popular destination for guests from home and abroad. Similar to couchsurfing in Melbourne, you’ll find chic holiday homes with a private flair, after all, you’ll be staying in accommodation provided by private individuals. In this way you can feel as if you were one of the locals. As the city occupies a huge area, we also offer you beautiful apartments in numerous districts, e.g. Apartments in Southbank or private Holiday apartments in Hawthorn East. Depending on your itinerary, you may want to check out Apartments in Sydney or spacious private accommodation in Hobart on the island of Tasmania.
At the other end of the world: Apartments in Melbourne
Although the journey to the other end of the world takes a little longer, you will still be more than compensated for the long flights. After all, Melbourne is one of the most popular cities on the Australian continent. Leisure and recreation are important factors for the Australians, so you will quickly appreciate the relaxed and casual lifestyle of the “Aussies”. If you come to the city on the Yarra River during the summer months, it’s best to book your Melbourne apartment well in advance. After all, the “Summer Fun in the Parks” event celebrates the great season with open-air concerts in the many parks. If you love exceptional art, you’ll quickly find what you’re looking for in the city’s Artist Quarter. It is located in the Prahran district, about 5 kilometers southeast of the city center. Over the years, many studios, galleries, restaurants and bars have settled here, which in addition to interesting works of art provide a lively and casual nightlife.
Book your private holiday home in Melbourne!
Melbourne is a modern city, thanks to the many students who visit its universities, institutes and colleges in the metropolitan region. Walking through the city from your private Melbourne holiday home, you’ll see modern architecture alternating with venerable buildings such as Flinders Street Station or the imposing War Memorial, contributing to the city’s multicultural ambience. If you want to experience an unusual aquarium, take a trip to the Melbourne Aquarium, partly underground and under the Yarra River. Take the stunning Great Ocean Road if you continue your journey as it is one of the most beautiful coastal roads in the world. But to get to the famous “City of Sails” you need a flight to New Zealand. How about Apartments in Auckland?