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Full of discovery and delight, Melbourne’s laneways tease the imagination long after you’ve put your weary feet up to rest. They weave through the heart of the city: cafes, bars, restaurants and boutiques, throbbing with conversation and espresso coffee. You never quite know what you’ll find around the next corner: cobblestone alleys, old beer barrel hoists and even vats of simmering organic soup. There is the air of Berlin in the street art, a touch of Paris in the umbrella-shaded cafes and, reminiscent of Rome, eateries tucked away in the most unlikely of places. Perhaps you might want a break and cross the Yarra River to Southbank - walk along the promenade, bask in the sun at a waterside bar and decide whether to go to the nearby casino or book a ticket at the Melbourne theatre company.
Jump on this free bus and take the "circle tour" around the city! We jumped on the bus after a walking tour in the rain. It was nice to rest our feet and see what else the city had to offer. At the very least you'll learn where the major landmarks are and be able to meet tour groups!
I often come here to study. If it is sunny, I like to sit outside on the grass. On colder days, there is plenty of seating inside, as well as free wi-fi and computer access. The inside of the library is beautiful and traditional and the book collection here is impressive.
Went to the Melbourne Gaol today. Had a fantastic time with their staff who were so informative. I have been to the Gaol before but not with a guide. I learnt so much more than just wandering around. It was fascinating to hear and see why the various people were jailed.
ACMI attracts people from all over. Case in point, this review was based on a visit initiated by visiting friends from interstate. In this current season, art lovers can also visit the Van Gogh exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria down the road!
Note: photos from this experience/review are generally lacking because I felt it is hard to capture...
This lovely little Italian restaurant is located in a quiet spot on little Burke Street in the middle of the Melbourne CBD. It was my first time here and definitely won't be my last.
The service was helpful and efficient. It's a little crowded but this is testimony to its popularity and once you settle in to your table you...
₱₱₱₱ • Mediterranean, Turkish, Middle Eastern, Persian
"Middle Eastern share"
reviewed 1 week ago by Griffonaus
Select from a range of set menu choices, to be shared with the group.
Recommend booking as this restaurant is very popular.
Dietary requirements are catered for, and each dish is explained as they are brought out.
The amount of food is always more than enough.
Wines can be purchased from a list or for an additional cost per person...
Came for High Tea last sunday with my mum and sister for the first time. What a chaming experience. The staff were friendly and assertive, and the food was devine. We all left feeling so full!! They had a great tea selection and the finger sandwhiches were amazing! i wanted more sandwhiches. Highly reccomend the Hotel Windsor for High Tea.
From the moment I stepped foot in this establishment I felt spoiled and totally attended to. From checking in to checking out the staff made my stay very special. The room and restaurant were excellent, the interior decor beautiful and full of character.
We went for a mid week getaway and had a fantastic time! We were in the lodge and it was very spacious, and the bed was very comfortable.
The breakfast included was lovely as well and being a cold night having the room heated before we got there was great.
My partner and I were in Melbourne for a long weekend in February this year and we stayed 2 nights at this hotel for the first time. The hotel is modern and chic. Very interesting and striking decor, which made it fun to look around and also sit and enjoy a coffee at the Cake Shop. The hotel is also...
It may not be the most luxurious hotel in Melbourne but it excels in excellent service delivered with warmth and friendliness and a very welcoming atmosphere. The location is great in the heart of the central business district within short walking distance to the Free Tram Zone stop, Chinatown and theatres. Breakfast is a sumptuous spread but not too keen...
Friendly service. Nice & clean. Value for money. Functional gym. Have stayed there many times and it is consistently good. Location may not be ideal for leisure travelers. For me, it is fine as I have traveled to Melbourne many times.