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A melting pot of culture, art and cuisine, Melbourne is constantly voted one of the most liveable cities and one of the most memorable to visit. Whether you’re visiting to visit friends or family, a romantic getaway, or a weekend with friends, Melbourne offers something for everyone.

TFE Hotels offers stylish and affordable hotel and serviced apartment accommodation, in central locations throughout Melbourne. All of the TFE Hotels' brands are represented in Melbourne including Savoy Hotel Melbourne on Little Collins, Adina Hotels, Quincy Hotel MelbourneRendezvous Hotels, Vibe Hotels and Travelodge Hotels and can cater to a range of travel requirements in the CBD and surrounding suburbs.

Hotels in Melbourne

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Why You Should Visit Melbourne

Since being proclaimed as the capital city of Victoria in 1851, Melbourne has been a part of significant moments in Australian history. From stunning street architecture to museums, history lovers can absorb themselves for hours. So many iconic buildings have been transformed into stunning accommodation, like our favourite Savoy Hotel Melbourne on Little Collins. Originally opened in 1866, the hotel was the first hotel in Australia to feature temperature controlled rooms, as well as ensuite bathrooms. Now with all the modern features of an upscale hotel, the Savoy Hotel Melbourne has retained is elegant charm after being carefully restored over the years. Another unique destination that has been completely reimagined from its Victorian origins into contemporary accommodation is the iconic Pentridge Prison, located in Coburg, the heart of Melbourne’s north. Inside the bluestone walls, standing tall since 1851, this precinct now features 106 modern guest rooms at Adina Apartment Hotel Pentridge Melbourne, multiple event spaces, and 19 immersive, luxury suites at The Interlude where guests can transcend through time.

Melbourne is Australia’s home of sport and hosts world sporting events all year round. From the state of the art Olympic Park Stadium to the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), there is always a team to cheerWhether you are a local or international visitor, add an Australian Football League (AFL) game at Marvel Stadium to your ‘Must Do’ list whilst in Melbourne. And it won’t  be hard for you to find amazing accommodation close by. Travelodge Docklands is an ideal place to stay when visiting Marvel Stadium 

Southbank is located along the Yarra River in the Melbourne CBD and is the home to the Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex as well as internationally acclaimed dining. If you’re travelling with kids, check out Holey Moley for a round of minigolf or grab a movie after a bite to eat nearby. The Sealife Aquarium is also just a short walk away. Stay in style at Adina Melbourne Southbank, perfectly located with impressive apartment style accommodation.

It isn’t hard to find amazing dining options in the Melbourne CBD. Every cuisine is represented from delicious street food trucks to those deserving of a michelin star. And what is so fabulous about Melbourne is that many of the great choices are located in hotels.   Let your culinary adventure begin at Salted Egg, located in the Quincy Hotel Melbourne on Flinders Lane. Savour South East Asian  cuisine that will transport you to another world. Or if you are staying at the Vibe Hotel Melbourne, check out St Marks Road Co. for a relaxed lunch or a great place for pre-show drinks. 

Making the Most of Your Stay in Melbourne

Getting Around
Once you arrive into Melbourne it is easy to get around. If you arrive at Tullamarine Airport, consider taking the SkyBus Airport Shuttle with express transfers into the CBD. Travelling around the Melbourne CBD is a breeze with the Melbourne Tram network. Enjoy free travel on the City Circle Tram and the Free Tram Zone, extending from Queen Victoria Markets to Federation Square.