Hotels in City (Melbourne), Victoria
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Melbourne Central Lion Hotel "The Pub is all about great food and service, friendly Staff, excellent entertainment including some of Melbourne’s best cover bands and DJs, TAB facilities and all the sporting events as they happen live on multiple...
Miss Libertine Hotel What may have once been one of the most historic little pubs in Melbourne (The MAC Hotel), is now Miss Libertines, with a great selection of beers on tap. Opened in 1853, named after burlesque dancer, Lola Montez An entertainemnt...
Portland Hotel (James Squire Brewhouse)
Trust Bar (The) Located in the the old Port Authority Building. * Bar * Restaurant * Functions The port authority occupied until 1982, when the former State Electricity Commission took over. It was vacant from 1999 until 2001 when it was...
Windsor Hotel With history dating back to 1883, this magnificent hotel is renowned for providing excellent service to its guests. Quality and attention to detail, would have to be the cornerstone to the Windor's reputation for being one of...
Young & Jacksons Hotel (Princes Bridge Hotel)
Young & Jacksons Hotel Home of Chloe, Australias most famous Pub Portrait. * Famous Melbourne landmark opposite Flinders Street Railway Station Established in 1861 * “Chloe” oil on canvas painting by Jules Joseph Lefebvre on 2nd floor...
Victoria Hotel (The) (The Vic)
Currently known as the ibis Styles Melbourne, The Victoria Hotel -it is located in the heart of the CBD in Melbourne. The hotel was built in 1880, and was one of the original hotels in Melbourne when it opened its doors for business on 1st...
- 215 Little Collins Street
- (03) 9669 0000
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Information on City (Melbourne), VIC 3000
The capital city of Victoria. A multicultural and vibrant city. Victorians will tell you it is the festival and sporting capital of Australia. Hosting the Melbourne Cup, Formula 1 Grand Prix, Australian Open Tennis, Spring Racing Carnival, Test Cricket and the comedy festival backs up that claim.