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Rydges Melbourne is located in the heart of Melbourne's vibrant theatre and entertainment district and is within walking distance to Melbourne's best...
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Jasper Hotel, Melbourne's vibrant boutique hotel located in the city's CBD Market Precinct, offers contemporary 4 star accommodation, dining, and...
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Debuting in March 2014, the Sheraton Melbourne Hotel is desirably located in the tightly held Paris end of the Melbourne city centre on the door step...
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Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens, has the ideal city centre location with rooms overlooking the Treasury Gardens. Close to major sporting and...
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PARKROYAL Melbourne Airport keeps you connected with the domestic and international airport at your doorstep. Linked directly to the terminal via sky...
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Adina Apartment Hotels offer space, style and service. The difference Adina offers is lifestyle, your own private apartment, a great place to...
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Oaks on Lonsdale apartments offer Melbourne accommodation with generously appointed studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments with fully equipped...
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Capturing the essence of its chic South Yarra Address, The Lyall is a small, privately owned five star hotel offering grand hotel services and...
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Set on Melbourne's prestigious Chapel Street, The Olsen Hotel offers travellers premier South Yarra accommodation with 229 elegant five-star suites...
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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!
This Thai-inspired eatery won a chef's hat from The Age Good Food Guide and has been getting the locals excited for some years now.
Get your fill of top-shelf Middle Eastern cuisine at Shane Delia's Maha in the city, winner of a chef's hat from The Age Good Food Guide.
Combine an Age hatted dining experience with this retro Northcote shopfront and you get Estelle, the love-child of two passionate Melbourne chefs.
Your bucket list is not complete without a reference to dining at Vue de Monde at least once, because for once the hype is well and truly worth it.
There's lots going on at Smith Street's Huxtable and plenty more to come thanks to a chef's hat from The Age Good Food Guide.
Scramble for an adjective to describe Melbourne's stalwart wine bar and you'll end up settling on 'European', before you settle on one more glass.
Tastefully decorated to create an authentic, old world bodega atmosphere, San Telmo is famous for its imported 2.5-metre parilla (charcoal grill).
Stroll on up to the quiet end of Church Street for sublime modern Italian cuisine at this understated gem, hatted by The Age Good Food Guide.
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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