Top Melbourne Hotels

By on December 6, 2014

A naturally beautiful city with a highly developed skyline and modern facilities, Melbourne is certainly one of the best cities in the world. This is a fashion center, a shopper’s paradise, and is a good place for financial prospects. Melbourne is also a foodie’s dream destination as some of the finest restaurants in Australia are right here. If you are planning a trip to Melbourne and would want only the top accommodations the city has to offer, here is a list of Melbourne hotels that you should try.

Langham Hotel Melbourne

This lovely hotel can be found on the Southbank Promenade and is just minutes away from the MCG. Luxurious, accessible, and with an enviable setting, it is no surprise that this is well loved by the travelers with refined taste and high standards when it comes to accommodations. Langham Hotel Melbourne has impressive function rooms, events facilities, and a business center so it is a recommended option for travelers who are in the city for a corporate or business objective.

The hotel has all the amenities and facilities that will make your stay comfortable and 100% pleasing. It has a spa, a fitness center, and a pool. Among its finest accommodations is the Apartment. Set on the tenth floor, this is a self contained residence that is every bit elegant, homey, and stylish. This features two spacious bedrooms with a marble en-suite bath. There is a fully furnished lounge where you can have your coffee and entertain some guests. This also features a dining area as well as a media hub so you can use your gadgets with ease.

Dining at the hotel is also an amazing experience. Melba is not only known for its great food but also for its cozy ambience. Some of their famous dishes are the five spiced roasted duck, tandoori chicken tikka, and calamari and clams in white wine. The restaurant also has a chocolate fountain and an impressive dessert menu that includes peach and almond crumble, lemon and coconut cheesecake, and chocolate truffle torte.

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