Leo Pacific Hotel Melbourne renewed elegance and charm
Melbourne's central business district supports a variety of distinctive hotels, but the Leo Pacific Hotel Melbourne has been extensively renovated and converted into a quality boutique hotel with touches that separate it from the many. Comprised of total number of 60 standard rooms and studio apartments, the floors are hard wood and the walls painted with unusual colors, deep tones that feel more like a home than a neutral and sterile hotel environment.
Smoking is not allowed anywhere on the premises. The standard hotel rooms are equipped with kitchenettes for convenience and full kitchens in the studios for guests making longer stays for business. All rooms are air conditioned, have wireless internet and LCD televisions. Undercover parking is nearby and secure.
Situated in a lively area on Little Bourke Street between the busy Queen and Elizabeth Streets, the Leo Pacific Hotel Melbourne is surrounded by side streets of boutique restaurants offering an array of exotic and unusual cuisines. There are also an abundance of boutique shops, major department stores and the famous GPO Shopping Centre and guests are within easy walking distance of Melbournes theatres.
Considered the cultural heart of Australia, Melbourne is a vibrant city by night and full of interesting sites, activities and events to fill any amount of time in the day. Its reputation for serious fashion sense is evidenced on the surrounding streets by the countless specialty boutiques as unique and charming as the hotel. The Flinders Lane Gallery exhibits the finest of Australian contemporary art.
In addition to a wealth of corporate headquarters within walking distance of the Leo Pacific Hotel Melbourne, Chinatown, a cultural potpourri in any city, is nearby. The Crown Complex, located in Southbank, offers a great selection of live entertainment options, movies and interactive games like laser skirmishes and bowling. The State Library of Victoria, a massive 22 building complex for study and research, and Federation Square, housing significant cultural exhibitions, lie close to the hotel doors.
Sports enthusiasts use the Leo Pacific as a base for tennis matches at the Rod Laver and Vodafone Arenas. Other venues such as the Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne Park Function Centre, and Etihad Stadium (formerly the Telstra Dome) are also in close proximity. The Eureka Sky Deck, with 360 degree views of Melbourne is close enough to see the Hotel from the Skydeck 88, a glass cube projecting 3 meters outwards, suspending visitors 300 meters above the ground. For the even more adventurous, the Luna Park produces jaw-dropping, eye-popping thrills on amusement rides like the Pharaohs Curse.
Within a stone's throw of the Leo Pacific, no matter where you're headed, Melbournes unique train and tram system runs along the major CBD arteries for easy access to any part of the city or outlying areas. For those wanting to get outside the city boundaries for a change from the bustle the hotel staff is pleased to arrange excursions.
The advantage of the long coastline provides magnificent scenery at points along the Great Ocean Road such as the Mornington Peninsula and a cruise out to Phillips Island to view the Penguin Parade. Able to arrange such excursions, the staff might suggest travelling inland to sample the Yarra Valley wine region or experience the diversity and tranquility of Gippsland and Grampians National Park.
No matter the agenda, the Leo Pacific Hotel Melbourne provides Olympic gold.