Metro Apartments, right in the heart of the City in Bank Place, offers a range of hotel/motel rooms, one and two bedroom apartments. The century old building was converted to a hotel/motel, and completed in January 2000, with the opening of an a’ la carte restaurant and bar. The property is surrounded by taverns, restaurants and cafes. Directly opposite is the famous Mitre Tavern, and just around the corner is The Irish Times Irish Pub
The capital of Victoria and Australia’s second-largest metropolis is noted for its lovely gardens. Stroll through the Royal Botanic Gardens with its vast collection of Australian native plants. Situated in Birdwood Avenue, South Yarra, five kilometres south of the city centre, the gardens have a vast collection of exotic and Australian native plants set in a magnificent 19th-century landscaped garden. Known as the Arts and Culture capital of Australia there are over 100 independent galleries in Melbourne. A visit to Melbourne is not complete without experiencing a show at one of the many live theatres.
Melbourne boasts a number of motels, mainly in outer city, and suburban areas. The properties are generally midrange, and offer a range of facilities which varies from motel to motel. Some have restaurants, some have pools, and some have conference facilities. A number of motels are centered around St. Kilda, which is handy to the city, and of course St. Kilda beach. Whatever the requirements, and whatever the budget, you’ll more than likely find a motel to suit in Melbourne.
The city also has a vast range of international standard hotels, and a large number of serviced apartment complexes. Building of new properties in recent years means the city is now saturated with accommodation properties. With the market so competitive it pays to shop around.