The Melbourne HotelIf you’re searching ‘where to stay in Perth’, and want to be close to the main Perth attractions in 5 star luxury, within a heritage building which marries glamour with olde-worlde charm, then The Melbourne Hotel on the corner of Milligan Street and Hay Street in Perth is the place for you.
If you’re looking for things to do in Perth and want to base yourself somewhere with state of the art amenities, 5 restaurants, a lively pub and an oh so comfortable bed, then you better book right now as this hotel fills up fast.
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Where to Stay in Perth for a long weekend
I was offered a one night complimentary stay at The Melbourne Hotel, and ended up paying and staying on for another two nights because we didn’t want to leave!
It’s a great location for a weekend away in the city, or for a couple of nights if you’re on a midweek business trip.
We loved the bedroom, particularly the bed which was as big as the Southern Sea, and really comfortable.
Inside the Melbourne Hotel
Not only did we adore the bedroom, which was light, bright and modern, yet not far from a sense of the past, but we also enjoyed the huge shower and bathroom too.
The Melbourne Hotel offers both heritage and contemporary guest rooms which really do provide a sanctuary from the bustling CBD just outside the hotel’s walls.
If you want to be close to where much of the action is, and near some of the Fun things to do in Perth at night consider the Melbourne Home as a great place to stay.
We were in Perth for a few functions and found it a fabulous, central place to base ourselves.
Close to so many things to do in Perth
- Walking distance to Perth Arena 350m
- Walking distance to Elizabeth Quay – 1.0km
- Close to many good eating options and laneway restaurants
- His Majesty’s Theatre – 350m
- King Street Precinct – 450m
- Watertown Brand Outlet – 850m
- Free Perth Red CAT Bus Stand – 10m
- Perth Underground Train Station – 550m
- Perth Airport – 19.0km<
- Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre – 750m
- Inside the Melbourne Hotel
I really liked the creative juxtaposition of new and old. This hotel has lost none of the historic street frontage during recent renovations and now blends modern with heritage in an unassuming way.
The cost of the guest rooms is reasonable for the quality. Expect modern, clean, comfortable bedrooms with great showers and plenty of space which provide a lovely sanctuary from the buzz of the city.
Think Sealy Posturepedic beds with premium linen, L’Occitane bath amenities, tech-savvy perks like high-speed Wi-Fi, Bluetooth door entry, TVs with free movies and personal gadget connectivity.
Simple yet delightful surprises.
On the corner of Hay and Milligan Streets in the heart of Perth CBD, The Melbourne Hotel has been a part of the local character and culture since 1897.
The Hotel pays tribute to the grand hotels of yesteryear, when travel meant something special. And there is something very special about being able to step back in time, and yet have access to all the comforts and amenities of the modern world too.
The Melbourne Hotel is centrally located within the vibrant City of Perth which has so much going on you cannot be bored. Yet, the beauty of Perth is that it doesn’t compete with Sydney or Melbourne on busyness or stress levels and it’s relatively easy to get around.
The Melbourne Hotel – What to Expect
- Heritage and Contemporary guest rooms aesthetically furnished to complement their own individual character .
- 5 Eat & Drink experiences
- 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness centre
- 24-hour reception
- 24-hour room service
- Conference facilities for up to 225 guests
- Complimentary unlimited Wi-Fi
- Handy Smart Phone in the bedrooms
- Bright working desk space
- Flat Screen Smart TV
- Complimentary movies on demand
- In-room safe
- Complimentary local specialty coffee, T2 tea
- Mini fridge
- Luxurious bath robes and slippers
- USB charging ports
- Complimentary national and limited international calls
Wine and Dine at The Melbourne Hotel
The Aurora Rooftop Lounge is perched on the rooftop of The Melbourne Hotel. The venue transforms from day to night, perfect for meetings, conversations and after work drinks.
De Baun & Co … Paying homeage to its heritage and founder John De Baun, the re-envisioned, lively, local pub is an ideal venue for after work drinks and watching the big game. Expect to see your old pub favourites amongst the great food and drinks selection.
Grand Orient Housed within the original 1897 building, Grand Orient specialises in authentic Cantonese cuisine.
Ramen Keisuke Tonkotsu King Introducing the first Keisuke in Australia, The Melbourne Hotel is excited to house Japanese born Keisuke Takeda’s famous ramen noodle bar.
Hattendo The first in Australia, Hattendo is the Japanese cream bun that begs for another bite. A hybrid of sweet and savoury and handmade to perfection
Conservatory – The link between the old and new, The Melbourne Hotel’s glass-roofed Conservatory presents a modern Australian menu and is the perfect place for an a la carte breakfast or small group breakfast
If you’re searching for where to stay in Perth, then check out The Melbourne Hotel on your next visit.
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