Is there any cheap accommodation in Melbourne?

Accommodation Melbourne: Hotels, Hostels, Apartments & Resorts


Information, recommendations & tips on popular accommodations

Melbourne is the capital of the state of Victoria. With over 4 million inhabitants, the modern metropolis is the second largest city in Australia and one of the most livable cities in the world. In addition, Melbourne is known nationwide for its good music scene. In addition, the booming economy plays an important role here in everyday life. But sport is also very important in the metropolis. Whether the Australian Open or Formula 1 at the Albert Park Circuit, every sports fan gets their money's worth here. Of course, the selection of the Accommodation in Melbourne from hotels, hostels and apartments of all price ranges and standards together in order to really cover every taste of the visitors.


Best hotel offers for every taste

Even though there is a nightlife center in the city center of the capital of Victoria, many locations throughout the city offer an enormous selection of clubs, pubs and culture. The city's reputation as an intellectual and cultural melting pot of Australia is also based on the live music offering. Rock, house, R'n'B, jazz, blues, funk, classical and electro are all offered on the city's stages.

In addition to the music scene, theater, readings and popular science events play a major role. In many Hotels in Melbourne stages are maintained on which the artists and events find their place. When choosing an accommodation, the Central Business District (CBD) and the adjoining St. Kilda district to the south offer a guarantee for lively inner-city life. The historic architecture includes several hotels that bear splendid testimony to the English founding fathers.


Citylife for night owls

If you want to keep the distances to the liveliest areas of the metropolis around the CBD and St. Kilda within walking distance, accommodations in the Docklands, St. Kilda and South Melbourne are ideal. While the Flinders Lane Apartments, Mantra On The Park, Oaks On William and the Travellodge Docklands are strategically located for all nightlife streets, the Oslo Hotel and the Cosmopolitan Hotel in southern St. Kilda are good alternatives.


Citylife for culture lovers

For friends of museums and fine cuisine who prefer a jazz club or chamber music, there are attractive accommodations within walking distance of event and exhibition locations in St. Kilda as well as in the other parts of the city further south or north of the CBD. In the historic walls of the old town of East Melbourne, Aberlour Court and the nearby Treasury On Collins invite you to spend the night in style. The Essendon Apartments, about ten kilometers north of the CBD, offer art lovers a convenient starting point. In St. Kilda, The Hotel Charsfield, Toorak Manor and the two Art Series Hotels The Blackman and The Cullen meet special requirements.


Inexpensive for backpackers

The stronghold and center for price-conscious backpackers is the St. Kilda district. As a result, this is where most of Melbourne's budget hotels and hostels can be found. While the Discovery Melbourne Hostel can still be geographically assigned to the CBD, the Habitat HQ, the Base Backpackers Hostel and the Coffee Palace Backpackers can be found in the middle of St. Kilda.


Self-catering & family-friendly

Families and self-caterers will find what they are looking for in both Docklands and St. Kilda. To the east and across from the CBD, the Harbor Escape Apartments and the Waterfront Apartments in Docklands offer conveniently located rooms with kitchens. In St-Kilda, for example, the Kimberly Gardens Hotel & Serviced Apartments and the comparatively inexpensive Barkley Apartments are recommended


In the nature

Those who place less value on the hustle and bustle in the city center will find attractive locations and starting points for tours in the nature around Melbourne in the suburbs. About twenty kilometers southwest of the CBD, the Werribee Plaza is an alternative. Several houses in the Dandenong Ranges, about thirty kilometers south-east on the edge of the wine-growing areas, offer a green environment with excellent connections to the hinterland. Good examples are Tudor Cottages, Adeline Bed and Breakfast, Ferntree Gully Hotel and the Keysborough Hotel a little further south.


Sea view & historical in the wine region

The Quest Bayside and The Esplanade Hotel are right on the ocean in St. Kilda. If you want to enjoy rural serenity in a beautiful ambience, you should look at Woodman Estate, Lochiel Luxury Accommodation, Holly Lodge and the unique A Camelot Tower & Penthouse in the Dandenong Ranges.


Business & luxury

Conveniently located to the CBD, business people will find ideal conditions in the Grand Hyatt, The Langham, Radisson on Flagstaff Gardens and in the historic building of The Hotel Windsor. If you want something luxurious, booking into the Crown Metropol or Hilton South Wharf is a suitable choice.


Popular backpacker hostels in Melbourne

Melbourne hostels are available in all touristically relevant parts of the city. Whether in the CBD or in St Klida near the beach, cheap budget accommodation for backpackers is not difficult to find in the metropolis. Nevertheless, the question arises as to which hostel best suits your personal needs and interests.


Space Hotel

The Space Hotel in the city center is in close proximity to the free tram. The 3.5 star AAA rating stands for a value-for-money hostel that usually does not disappoint its guests. Free coffee and tea, laundromat and internet as well as a lot of comfort are offered to the backpacker here.


United Backpackers

The hostel on busy Flinders Street is centrally located and is described by customers as modern, clean and, above all, safe. The bed linen is included in the price. Internet access is available in public areas.


Habitat HQ

Almost all visitors to HQ Habitat recommend this 4.5 star hostel on the beautiful beach of St. Kilda. The hostel is the ideal place to stay to explore the music scene, various sporting events and the various cultural institutions in the trendy district.


Melbourne Central YHA

The hostel is located in the center of Melbourne and is known for its affordable prices, good service and cleanliness. The free City Circle Tram stops right in front of the hostel. Otherwise, the Southern Cross Station, the Flinders Station and the Crown Casino are very close by.


Home @ The Mansion

The hostel on Victoria Parade offers clean and comfortable rooms and friendly and competent staff. The free barbecues and free Wine & Cheese nights are ideal for meeting other travelers from all over the world.


Hotel Claremont Guesthouse

The Claremont Guest House in South Yarra is only minutes away from the CBD and offers good shopping and excursion opportunities nearby. The price includes bed linen, use of towels and breakfast.


Melbourne Metro YHA

The Melbourne Metro YHA Backpacker Hostel offers a really excellent view of the city from the roof terrace. It is located in North Melbourne and is just minutes from the city center. The bed linen is included in the price.


City Center Buget Hotel

This affordable hotel with a friendly atmosphere is located in the center of Melbourne and is easily accessible from the airport by free bus. Fresh bed linen and fluffy towels are included.


Base St. Kilda

Base St. Kilda is only 3 minutes from Luna Park and the beach. There are transport options right outside the front door. In the multi-bed rooms, too, there is a personal locker for each guest. Excellent customer reviews are mostly from girls as there is free sparkling wine to celebrate.


St. Arnaud

The St. Arnaud Hostel is located in South Yarra and, according to customer reviews, has a really relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The rate includes a free breakfast buffet, as well as pasta and rice. The comfortable rooms are equipped with TV, refrigerator, WiFi and microwave.


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