When travelling to Melbourne, the first thing that comes to mind is where to stay? Well, it depends on your budget and if your location is in CBD - city center then this article will help you answer the question Where to stay in Melbourne CBD?
Melbourne is one of the biggest cities in Australia which is in the top list of the livable city in the world. Travelling to Melbourne is a great opportunity to discover the city.
If you are the first time travel to Melbourne then stay in the city center is the best option as you will easy to get find the way around with many near places to visit in the near distance and convenient with public traffic.
Let's look at the map of Melbourne CBD before deciding where do you want to stay in Melbourne CBD.
East of Melbourne city center is heaps of restaurants, bars, and cafes
North: you can see Queen Victoria Market and Flagstaff garden
West: is the quiet area, you can discovery Dockland and it is connected with Southern Cross Station, very easily connecttion with another part of the city.
South: have Flinder street station and Federation Square.
Centre: With a lot of shopping center, bar, restaurant, easy access for people who love shopping as it is always crowded, busy and noisy.
Whatever area you choose to stay, I believe you will have a good stay in Melbourne. Below is my suggestions list where you should stay in Melbourne CBD depend on your budget.
If you are a backpacker, you don't mind to stay in the hostel's room with a lot of people and your budget is limit then these options are for you:
If you want to spend a little bit more money in your hotel, get more pleasant, private instead of sharing room with many people in the hostel then these options below are for you:
If you don't have any budget for your stay, or even just have look to the luxury hotel then let's have look at these hotels below:
I hope the list above will help you out a little bit, make it easier and less headache while trying to find some good places to stay in Melbourne. Wish you find you answer for where to stay in Melbourne CBD and I'm sure you will enjoy travelling to this beautiful city.
Australia is a fabulously varied country, with so much to explore there is something interesting and fun happening every day of the year. Whether you head to the Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast or into the city of Sydney the weather will always be on your side in Australia. As such there is no real best time to visit Australia rather better places to visit at different times of the year.