Melbourne Uncovered - Living luxuriously

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  • September 3, 2012 11:21 PM AEST
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1.  For a high end hotel and the plushest luxury in town, make sure you secure a night at
The Park Hyatt Hotel in East Melbourne.
Choose from Deluxe King rooms with city views to die for, to Deluxe Spa rooms with Italian marble bath, walk-in shower and jetted spa tub.
Indulge in the creative contemporary cuisine of the hotels chic in-house Radii restaurant and bar, then burn it all off on the outdoor tennis court or in the fully equipped 24 hour gymnasium.

Situated adjacently to Fitzroy Gardens and a stones throw away from Flinders St Station,
Melbourne Concert Hall and The National Gallery, you’ll take one step from hotel heaven right into culture capital!
Previous celebrity guests include Jensen Button, P!nk and most recently Lady Gaga


2.  At the forefront of mixing business with pleasure is the InterContinental Melbourne – The Rialto located in the heart of Melbourne’s bustling business district.  Ideally neighbouring the Docklands, Yarra River and Southbank, you will never be too far from Melbourne’s leading tourist attractions.

Beaming with heritage and history, the site face still exhibits one of the cities last remaining examples of 19th Century Victorian Gothic architecture, but once inside you are transported to the present with metropolitan chic and urban design.
The hotel itself boasts an impressive array of business services, a health and fitness centre, indoor pool and even BBQ grills.
Whether you are travelling for business, a bed with breakfast, sensational dining or a spa getaway The Rialto has specific special offer packages to cater to your every need.



3.  Attention art lovers! To experience culture in every corner of your stay you will surely want to spend a night at the Art series [The Blackman] Hotel on Melbourne’s stunningly picturesque
St. Kilda Road.
This hotel dedicates it’s décor to celebrating one of Australia’s best known artists, Charles Blackman, made most famous for Schoolgirl and the Alice in Wonderland series of the 1950s.
Absorb the artistic culture of Melbourne whilst basking in five star luxury either in your room or in one of Melbourne’s hottest new restaurants with either French or Italian cuisine guaranteed to tantalise your taste buds.
With Smart Cars and Bicycles hireable directly from your accommodation you can easily explore the hotel’s idyllic surroundings at your own pace and see the sights in a stress free leisurely way.


4.  For an utterly unforgettable country retreat just outside the city, make sure the Lake House in Daylesford is placed firmly on your rental radar.
If you are looking to enjoy the buzz of the city but want to retire to total relaxation surrounded by acres of charming nature and tranquil waterfront settings, Lake House is the place for you.
Guests are encouraged to explore the fruitful and heavenly surroundings with walking tracks that lead around the lake and into the Wombat State Forest.   Mineral springs, streams and waterfalls are all close at hand and there is an on site day spa for that extra added luxurious touch.
Blend in with the local Cockatoos and Kookaburras whilst enjoying the outdoor Kitchen Garden and Orchard areas or relax and unwind on the waterfront during warmer months.
Indoors the calming vibe continues with a large open fire, DVD library and Billiards table for social relaxation, or secluded plush luxurious rooms and suites for some precious peace and quiet.

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