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Monash Hotel Star Rating 3        
2077 Dandenong Rd

This vibrant pub with rooms is 2.4 km from Clayton railway station, and 9 km from Jells Park, with walking trails and a lake.The bright, unassuming rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Mantra St Kilda Road Star Rating 4        
568 St Kilda Road

This vibrant hotel is 2.4 km from both the Royal Botanic Gardens, 2.9 from the National Gallery of Victoria, and 3.
Causeway Inn on the Mall Star Rating 3.5        
327 Bourke Street Mall

This urban hotel, set in a 1926 commercial building on Bourke Street Mall, lies 1.1 km from the National Gallery of Victoria and 4.7 km from the Melbourne Zoo.
Pullman Melbourne Albert Park Star Rating 4.5        
65 Queens Road

This upscale, contemporary hotel is 2.4 km from Luna Park theme park, 2.7 km from the Royal Botanic Gardens and 4.
Boutique Stays Sandyside Villas Star Rating 4        
110 Bay Road

This upscale serviced apartment is a 12-minute walk from the seashore, 11 km from the eclectic art and shopping district St Kilda and 18 km from Melbourne CBD.Featuring modern, colourful decor, the 2 bedroom apartment offers free Wi-Fi and a lounge area with leather sofas and a flat-screen TV, as well as a kitchenette, a laundry with a washing machine and a dryer, plus a seated verandah and a fenced garden. There's also a crib, and a high-chair is available on request (for a fee).
Toorak Manor - A Luxico Holiday Home        
Glenbervie Road, Toorak

This upscale hotel set in a 19th-century mansion is a 4-minute walk from Hawksburn train station, 5 km from the Melbourne Cricket Ground and 11 km from the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.The colourful rooms and suites provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded quarters add sitting and dining areas.
Toorak Manor Star Rating 4        
220 Williams Road

This upscale hotel set in a 19th-century mansion is a 4-minute walk from Hawksburn train station, 5 km from the Melbourne Cricket Ground and 11 km from the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.The colourful rooms and suites provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded quarters add sitting and dining areas.
Royce Hotel Star Rating 5        
379 St Kilda Road

This upscale hotel is a 15-minute walk from the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, 1.6 km from the National Gallery of Victoria art museum and 2.6 km from Crown Melbourne casino.
Best Western Premier Hotel 115 Kew Star Rating 4.5        
115 Cotham Road

This upscale hotel is 9.1 km from the National Gallery of Victoria and 10.1 km from the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Crown Promenade Melbourne Star Rating 4.5        
8 Whiteman Street

This upscale hotel in the city centre lies 1.1 km from the National Gallery of Victoria and 2.1 km from Queen Victoria Market.
 
 
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Planning a trip to Melbourne Australia can be a lot of fun. One may discover in their research that they found new places they may not have previously known about in a certain destination. There are many attractions and eateries in Melbourne that will draw the attention of visitors.

Yarra Valley surrounds the Yarra River. This beautiful valley flows out towards Port Phillip Bay. Guests can pack a lunch and make a day visiting the valley. There is a wine growing industry that produces high quality wine due to a cool climate.

The National Gallery of Victoria is one of the oldest museums in Australia and offers works of arts for the public to view. The museum was found in 1861 and has two centers. THE NGV International and The Ian Potter Centre. Patrons can expect to see Australian Aboriginal art and artefacts as well as items from the late 19th and 20th century during their visit.

The Queen Victoria Market which has been around since 1878 is opened five days a week. This market has been the heart of Melbourne Australia and is spread out over two city blocks. Shops offer items such as fruit and vegetables and gourmet foods. Shoppers can also find clothing and souvenirs.

There is also the Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex. The Casino offers the six top casino games and was the first to an electronic version of Roulette. The slots range from a penny to five dollars slot machines. In addition to casino games, the Crown Casino also offers shopping to patrons. There is also nightclubs and restaurants located inside. A portion of the casino called "Galactic Circus" offers younger guests electronic arcade games and laser tag as well as bowling. Some brands offered for shopping include Prada and Versace.

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Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is another popular attraction. With four levels guests can experience a wide range of aquatic life such as crabs and sea jellies. There is also a cafe where guests can have lunch and a shop for souvenirs to take home. One attraction also includes a frozen giant squid which makes for a great photo opp. One attractive restaurant to dine at is the Vue de Monde which offers a four or ten course tasting menu. The dining room has recently been renovated and sits 55 stories above the city offering a beautiful view.

The Attica offers a Virginia Rose potato peeled dish and is considered to be one of the Hot Spots of dining in Melbourne. This is a smaller restaurant with only 55 seats so diners may have to be prepared to wait for a seat. The MoVida offers Spanish cuisine along with a wine bar. Advance reservations must be made in order to enjoy a meal here. Chef Frank introduces diners to authentic Spanish cuisine.

There are many attractions in Melbourne Australia to visit and these are among the top places to visit when planning a trip to this destination located on the southern hemisphere. For hotels, popular choices include Hotel The Como Melbourne, Vibe Savoy Hotel as well as Seasons Heritage.