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The Savoy Hotel on Little Collins

Blending the zest of the Vibe Hotel brand with the beautiful façade of a heritage building,

The Savoy Hotel on Little Collins

Australia > Victoria > Melbourne 

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Rates : From $185
Style : Hotel
Location :

630 Little Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Conveniently located in the center of Melbourne, The Savoy Hotel on Little Collins is a short walk to the Southern Cross Railway Station, which offers shops, cafes and restaurants. The Hotel, built in 1928, maintains its reputation as one of Melbourne’s most sophisticated yet modern hotels with convenient amenities for its local and international visitors.

A Standout Among Melbourne Hotels

The historic Palazzo exterior blends perfectly with the beautiful Art Deco style interior, featuring 163 spacious guest rooms, including 6 luxurious suites which boast beautiful views across the city. Recently refurbished rooms display a contemporary design that reflects the building’s Art Deco origins, dating back to its 1928 beginnings. Plush furnishings and lighting make the guest rooms feel spacious yet comfortable. The bathrooms have been completely modernized with a classic white subway tile and plenty of counter space.

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The hotel ground floor lobby is elegant and spacious exhibiting classic hues that evoke a calm yet vibrant feeling. The second-floor restaurant features a spectacular atrium spanning the 10 floors above, It floods the entire space with natural light, and in the evening, beautiful Art Deco chandeliers light the space. A full mouth-watering a la carte menu is available for our guests to enjoy.

Conveniently positioned to take advantage of Melbourne’s tram and railway network, you won’t have to travel far to explore all this most livable city has to offer. Navigating the many sights to to see can be accomplished alone or with a group of travelers.

Things to do in Melbourne

Take a leisurely stroll down the block to Collins Street, home to Melbourne Town Hall, three inspiring historic churches, and two live theaters dating back as far as the early 1900s. This tree-lined street, with its mix of history, restaurants, and first-class shopping, extends past Spencer Street and into the exciting new Docklands precinct.

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