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Standing out from the sea of high-rises in Melbourne's CBD, the hotels curved shape gives a hint at the architectural features and sense of open...
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From $154 - $359
Causeway 353 Hotel has quickly established itself as one of the most popular four star hotels in the city centre of Melbourne. Ideally located on...
From $129 - $349
Seasons Botanic Gardens is about focusing on the personal touch. The hotel is modern, timeless and beautiful. They are more than just a building;...
From $170 - $300
Amora Hotel Riverwalk, Melbourne is superbly located in the heart of vibrant Richmond. Built around a spacious central courtyard and marquee, the...
From $260 - $500
Redefining Melbourne's riverside experience and showcasing a spectacular new perspective of the city, the Hilton Melbourne South Wharf is Melbourne...
From $219 - $519
Daring and unique, The Cullen was the first in a series of three Melbourne luxury art inspired hotels. Each hotel named after and inspired by a...
From $165 - $489
Hotel Urban St Kilda is more than a hotel. It is not your typical hotel setting - but then this is not your typical Melbourne hotel. Hotel Urban St...
From $199 - $519
The Grand Hotel Melbourne MGallery Collection is an historic Melbourne icon, with a unique and distinguished personality. Located on Spencer Street...
From $135 - $390
Punthill Dandenong is located in one of the fastest growing commercial and manufacturing centres in Victoria and sits prominently in the heart of...
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Catch all the action of the 2014 Australian Open with a Flight Centre package, including two nights' accommodation, entry and reserved seating for two sessions in Rod Laver Arena.
Call and ask for the 'stay and save' package for 15% off best available rate of the day at The Hotel Charsfield. Free wifi, gym and newspapers daily.
Design your own 007 package with Virgin Australia Holidays. Includes return airfares to Melbourne, two night's accommodation and a ticket to Designing 007 - 50 Years of Bond Style.
Receive a 10% discount for stays of three nights or more at ParkSide Stay Boutique Accommodation, and your pet stays free!
Hatted by The Age Good Food Guide, Il Bacaro's the kind of the place that could have opened last week or ten years ago, which it did.
With a brand new chef and a focus on its bistro-style Italian fare, The Age Good Food Guide gave Sarti its blessing with a hat yet again.
Head chef Jake Nicholson creates innovative, seasonal dishes matched with the finest local wines. And now hatted by The Age Good Food Guide.
Southbank becomes Rive Gauche as you prop up Guillaume's bar with a glass of Champagne or peruse a tight but trusted menu of French classics and wine.
Watch the chefs behind the bar as they artfully slice up tasty morsels, while roaming waiters pour imported Japanese beers or cool, dry sakes.
You're supposed to go for the beef at The Point, and it will knock your socks off, so you should make a repeat booking to sample the rest of the menu.
Traverse the laneways for this jewel in the bluestone. Now prepare for rustic modern European food, an award-winning wine list and great service.
Remember Philippe Mouchel's take home rotisserie chickens for a lazy weeknight dinner, but don't miss the chance to dine in on the modern French fare.
Discover Melbourne's art and culture
From Obüs to Scanlan and Theodore, seek out Melbourne-based designers and their flagship stores. You'll be spoilt for choice.
Melbourne's renowned couturiers Yeojin Bae, J'Aton and Gwendolynne are the names to keep in mind when that special occasion arises.
Discover the innovation and skill of local artists and designers at hole-in-the-wall galleries and designer boutiques scattered throughout the city's laneways.
Visit an independent record store in Melbourne – find second hand bargains, obscure new releases and live in-store performances.
Take home more than memories: shop for souvenirs and stylish local products at boutiques, markets, souvenir shops and duty-free shops across the city.
Who says the High street is dead? Melbourne locals love their vibrant shopping strips, alive with a colourful and diverse range of independent retail.
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