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Melbourne founded in 1835 by free settlers, is the sporting and cultural hub of Australia. Located around Port Philip Bay, Melbourne is known for its fabulous blend of Victorian and contemporary architecture, lavish parks and gardens, and sporting spirit. Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria State, is also the second most popular city in Australia after Sydney. A city full of vibrant energy, Melbourne is all about sports, culture, fashion and festivals. Melbourne, with moderate oceanic climate and countless attractive features, is packed of tourists round the year. Being a popular destination of Australia, Melbourne boasts hotels of some world-famous groups like Hyatt, Hilton, Marriott, Sofitel, Westin, Best Western, Holiday Inn, Crowne Plaza and many more. With several types of hotels in Melbourne dotted all over the city, ranging from comfortable budget to boutique and from business hotels to lavish five star hotels, you will have a complex situation making the right choice. To take you out from this dilemma, AsiaRooms provides detailed information on Melbourne hotels in each part of the city. To avail the best rates for Australia Hotels, just visit AsiaRooms.

  • Ayers Rock
    Located in the Northern Territories State, Ayers Rock is the largest monolith on earth, standing 348 metres.

  • Melbourne
    This city is the capital and largest city of the state of Victoria, and the second largest city in Australia.

  • Brisbane
    Brisbane is Queensland's contemporary urban capital and a popular holiday destination in Australia.

  • Alice Springs
    Alice Springs is a pleasant combination of heritage and modern facilities.

  • Adelaide
    Small but very nice and elegant city with a colonial area, Adelaide is the city of good food and good wine.

  • Perth
    Perth is the world's most isolated city of more than a million people.

  • Sydney
    Located in New South Wales, Sydney is Australia's largest and most cosmopolitan city.

  • Darwin
    Close to Indonesia and Singapore, Darwin looks outward to Asia as much as it looks inland to the rest of Australia

  • Hobart
    Hobart is a beautiful small river-side city with Georgian buildings and mountains on the background.

  • Cairns
    Cairns is situated in the northern end of Queensland, a tropical region that is home to the Great Barrier Reef.

  • Canberra
    Canberra, the capital of Australia is a fresh city without any big buildings, nature-oriented.

  • Gold Coast
    With 40 km of beaches, Gold Coast is the home to world-renowned waves and many tourists attractions.