Though the city is a busy and bustling place, the outer suburbs of Melbourne are just as full of culture and entertainment. Visitors flock to the outer suburbs of Melbourne, like Carlton, Fitzroy, and St Kilda, for the chance to soak up scenery, emerging art and music scenes and, of course, the amazing cuisine.Read More
TFE Hotels (Toga Far East Hotels) offer stylish and affordable hotel and serviced apartment accommodation, in central locations throughout Melbourne. All of the TFE Hotels' brands are represented in Melbourne including Adina Apartment Hotel, Rendezvous Hotels, Vibe Hotels and Travelodge Hotels and can cater to a range of travel requirements in the CBD and surrounding suburbs
The suburbs of Melbourne are rich with the culture of the people who live there.
If in doubt, eat. It’s sort of a motto for Melbourne suburbs as nearly all of them have at least one main street lined with delicious restaurants, cafes and pubs.
Some Melbourne suburbs have areas that are referred to as ‘Little Europe’ with strong Greek, Italian and Yugoslavian influences being gleefully present in the shops and restaurants.
Other suburbs of Melbourne are famous for their wide open spaces and beaches. These are the places where inner-city Melburnians, and savvy tourists, go on sunny weekends and TFE Hotels offers fantastic hotels and serviced apartments well-suited for the occasion.Read Less
Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne is perfectly located in the heart of the dynamic city of Melbourne. Chic boutiques, buzzing laneways and trendy bars in the historic city centre are on the hotel’s doorstep.
Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne Flinders Street is perfectly located in the heart of the dynamic city of Melbourne. Chic boutiques, buzzing laneways and trendy bars in the historic city centre are on the hotel’s doorstep.
Adina Apartment Hotel Melbourne, Northbank is located opposite Melbourne Aquarium. Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre, Etihad Stadium, Crown Complex and Southbank promenade are nearby
Adina Apartment Hotel South Yarra is a block from Melbourne’s Yarra River and is close to renowned restaurants and boutiques of Chapel Street, Toorak and South Yarra. Melbourne’s CBD is just a short tram ride away.
Located in the heart of the eclectic suburb of St Kilda, Adina Apartment Hotel St Kilda is moments away from the trendy Acland and Fitzroy Streets. Melbourne’s CBD is easily accessible by tram.
Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne is one of Australia’s finest historic hotels. Built in 1913, this meticulously restored hotel retains the elegant style of the early 1900s while providing you with all the convenience of 21st century technology and amenities, in the heart of Melbourne
Vibe Hotel Carlton is ideally located, close to the famous food precincts of Lygon Street and Brunswick Street. Flemington Racecourse and Melbourne Zoo are moments away and Melbourne CBD is a 10 minutes tram ride.
Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne is opposite Southern Cross Station and moments from bustling Collins Street. The hotel combines the Vibe style with old world charm of its heritage façade and is a great base for business or leisure.
Travelodge Docklands is located centrally in the Docklands area, adjacent to Southern Cross Station and just five minutes’ walk from Melbourne’s CBD. Etihad Stadium and Melbourne Aquarium are all nearby.
Travelodge Southbank is located on the southern side of the Yarra River, just minutes from the Royal Botanic Gardens. The MCG, Melbourne Aquarium, Rod Laver Arena and Crown Casino are easily accessible.
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First opened in 1912, this old-style, heritage-listed amusement park contains old-fashioned games and modern rides.
Mini golf, rock climbing and other energetic activities await you at this family friendly park.
Dating back to the mid-19th century, these iconic baths are located on the beach front, overlooking Port Phillip Bay.
This European-style piazza found just off Sydney Road, in Brunswick, is home to trendy shops and funky cafés.
Just 40 minutes from the city, thick rainforest canopies and hinterland villages make up this iconic low rising mountain.
A much-loved historic railway from the early 1900s line that connected country areas to Melbourne.
An award winning museum full of permanent exhibitions and learning programs about Jewish culture.
A grand, single screen from the 1930’s with state-of-the-art sound and projection which hosts movie premiers.
This thin building from the late 1800s is now a cosy lounge bar, with a live music, a dining room and a scenic beer garden.
The streets of Richmond come alive with fresh fruit, vegetables, and other fresh produce, on Saturday morning.
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