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Stamford Plaza Melbourne

Stamford Plaza Melbourne Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located on one of central Melbourne's most colorful streets, the upscale Stamford Plaza offers apartment-style accommodations with some upmarket amenities and a smaller price tag than nearby luxury competitors. The hotel gets the basics right (there's a well-equipped fitness center and an indoor pool), but nondescript interior design and a disappointing restaurant may underwhelm those looking for a more memorable stay.
Art Series - The Blackman

Art Series - The Blackman Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With striking prints by Australian artist Charles Blackman and minimalist decor throughout, the sleekly upscale 209-room Blackman feels more like a downtown art gallery than a high-end hotel. The spacious, up-to-date rooms, all with balconies and designer furnishings, are comfortable and include inspired artwork, but the bathrooms are small. About a 40-minute walk from the Central Business District, or CBD, the hotel has two restaurants -- Depot de Pain, a French-style cafe, and Classico, an Italian style restaurant that also serves as a bar.
Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens

Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens is a simple, upscale hotel by a pretty public park in the northwestern corner of the Central Business District. Spacious rooms have understated modern decor and free Wi-Fi, but only Premium rooms and above come with French presses, iPod docks, and bathrobes. A well-regarded restaurant and decent fitness facilities add to the hotel's appeal. Its quiet location contributes to a peaceful atmosphere, although it is a bit removed from area attractions. Those who prefer to be more central may want to compare rates with Citadines on Bourke or the Rydges Melbourne.
St Kilda Road Parkview Hotel

St Kilda Road Parkview Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 206-room Parkview Hotel is a solid upper-middle-range option south of Melbourne's city center. The hotel overlooks Albert Park, but reaching most sights will require a drive. Room decor is contemporary if chain-like: It's a step above what one might find at a Holiday Inn, and includes with red striped bedding accents, IKEA-esque furniture, and work desks. Modern bathrooms have big walk-in showers with rainfall showerheads. All rooms have swivel flat-screen TVs with laptop hookups that are inset in the entertainment units, as well as free Wi-Fi. Hotel features include a small fitness center with floor-to-ceiling windows and city views; a jetted rooftop plunge pool and Jacuzzi under a domed glass ceiling, a sauna, and laundry facilities -- all adding to its value.
Alto Hotel on Bourke

Alto Hotel on Bourke Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Alto Hotel is housed in a 19th-century building and offers 50 rooms and apartment-style units. Room decor is bland -- aside from black and white photographs on the walls. Beds were replaced in 2012 with pillow-top mattresses, white duvets and Florence Broadhurst patterned bed runners and throw pillows. The furniture is utilitarian -- but all are clean and feature flat-screen TVs with wireless capabilities, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi. Plus, Studio Apartments have kitchenettes, while Apartments feature full kitchens. The hotel's real claim to fame is that it's the first carbon neutral hotel in Australia. Green-friendly perks include free parking for guests with electric or hybrid cars, free car recharging, and rooftop beehives. The hotel doesn't have many on-site amenities aside from a lounge and a simple restaurant -- there is no pool, spa, or fitness center -- but guests get free access to a nearby gym and the location is convenient for seeing the sights.
Ibis Styles Melbourne, The Victoria Hotel

Ibis Styles Melbourne, The Victoria Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Victoria Hotel is a historic landmark, but the late 19th-century grandeur has largely faded away. However, its bland, dated rooms do have a major upside -- they're often very inexpensive for the prime location, right in the heart of the city. That's not the only draw here either; the property has an on-site bar with a billiards table, as well as a restaurant that serves Thai food all day after a continental breakfast buffet. The indoor pool, hot tub, and fitness center are all inviting, but none are big enough for the number of budget travelers the hotel can accommodate.
Tune Hotel - Melbourne

Tune Hotel - Melbourne Rating: 2.5 Pearls

The Tune Hotel Melbourne is a budget chain hotel on the fringe of Melbourne’s CBD, a 12-minute walk from Melbourne Central Railway Station and Melbourne Central shopping complex. This limited service property offers guests a place to rest their head and grab a shower but beyond that everything, even towels, comes at a cost. There are 225 contemporary rooms in total, done up in a red, white, and black color palette. Hotel parking is available for a nightly fee and the hotel cafe is open for guests from early morning till mid-afternoon. It's worth noting that pre-booking add-on services will bring down the cost, so plan ahead if you want Wi-Fi and toiletries.
Hotel Claremont

Hotel Claremont Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The hostel-style lodgings at the Hotel Claremont are geared toward travelers on a budget. Dorm-style rooms, some with bunk beds, and communal bathrooms are kept clean. The hotel, originally built in 1886 as a Victorian guest house, is located in Melbourne’s popular South Yarra neighborhood, home to shops, restaurants, and bars. Public transportation and Melbourne’s famous attractions are both easily accessible. Wi-Fi and continental breakfast are free.
Miami Hotel Melbourne

Miami Hotel Melbourne Rating: 2.0 Pearls

The pocketbook-friendly Miami Hotel Melbourne is suited for travelers on a budget or small groups. Its location in the entertainment district is convenient to boutiques, restaurants, and bars, and its in walking distance of famous attractions including Flagstaff Gardens and Queen Victoria Market. The clean and simple rooms have flat-screen TVs and private bathrooms. There are also free Wi-Fi, a self-catering kitchen, and coin-operated laundry facilities. The on-site JT's VICE Coffee Bar serves breakfast and snacks.
Ibis Budget Melbourne CBD

Ibis Budget Melbourne CBD Rating: 2.0 Pearls

Ibis Budget Melbourne CBD is straightforward about its two-pearl amenities, and has the basic styling of a corporate-run hostel alongside features reminiscent of a standard hotel. Though its simple rooms include en-suite bathrooms, none of them are entirely private, with just a curtain separating the bathing area from the bedroom. Perks are slim and basics like Wi-Fi are an extra fee, but the Ibis’ cheap rates in the heart of Melbourne, with lots of shopping and dining nearby, make the property an attractive option for less discerning budget travelers. Those willing to spend a bit more can find larger rooms at the Ibis Styles Melbourne, The Victoria Hotel.


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