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You are spoilt for choice when it comes to booking a stay in Melbourne.
The culture capital offers more than 25,000 hotel rooms close to the Melbourne Convention Centre and a further 5,875 in development.
For a central location near key attractions, check into the Pan Pacific Melbourne, which is connected to the convention centre via an internal walkway, or one of the three hotels within Crown Melbourne overlooking the Yarra River.
Rooms overlooking the city skyline
Offering ultimate convenience, groups can check in to the Pan Pacific Melbourne which is connected to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre via an internal walkway. Ideal for large groups, the 396-room hotel is central, modern and features spectacular views of the city skyline, Yarra River or Port Phillip Bay. The hotel offers premium services and amenities including the exclusive Pacific Club Lounge, accommodating groups of up to 120 guests.
Melbourne welcomed the bold W Melbourne in February 2021. The distinctive luxury hotel features 294 ultra-modern guest rooms, two bars and three restaurants - the ultimate base for an unforgettable stay in Melbourne. The hotel also features an entire floor of event space, as well as opportunities for cocktail events around the pool at WET on the 14th floor overlooking the vibrant city.
Crown Melbourne is one of Australia’s largest entertainment resorts, located in Southbank overlooking the Yarra River. With three luxury hotels on-site, Crown Melbourne has plenty of space to host your next business event. The 482-room Crown Towers Melbourne features the resort’s most premium accommodation with sweeping views of the city skyline and is Melbourne’s only Forbes five Star hotel for four consecutive years. The entertainment resort also features the 658-room Crown Metropol Melbourne and 465-room Crown Promenade Melbourne.
Luxury accommodation nearby
For small groups, consider Jackalope Hotel on the nearby Mornington Peninsula. The luxury hotel delivers unparalleled comfort across its 45 designer rooms overlooking Willow Creek Vineyard. Among the facilities at the hotel are three award-winning dining options, a cocktail lounge and an impressive art installation featuring world-renowned artists and designers - a particular highlight for groups to experience.
Alternatively, an 80-minute drive north-west of Melbourne you will discover Daylesford, known for its mineral springs and spas. Small groups can stay at the 33-room boutique luxury lodge Lake House, which has a restaurant, day spa, cooking school and event space for up to 100 people. The region also has wineries and opportunities for farm gate tours to taste local produce.