Miami Hotel Melbournethe place to meet
In the heart of the flux and bustle of Melbournes business district, the Miami Hotel Melbourne prides itself on central location at an affordable price. Focused on business and school group packages, management advertises the hotel to be worth an accountants recommendation without skimping on comfort or service.
On Hawke Street, close to Victoria and King, the 3.5 star rated Miami Hotel Melbourne is a three story brick faade with a contemporary entry to offset its basic architectural style. Rooms are superior singles or family suites of two bedrooms, all with 26 LCD televisions with FOXTEL and JIMJO wireless, small refrigerators and air-conditioning. Private baths are well-equipped. Recently rewarded for its eco-friendly attention to environmental practices, the Miami Hotel in 2007 was voted into the Victoria Tourism Offices Hall of Fame. Catering to groups and school trips, the lobby has a small meeting room, TV lounge and communal areas for congregating. Coin-operated kiosks provide fast internet access. Corporate headquarters are in abundance in the district and a wealth of branch offices make the Miami Hotel Melbourne a good choice for short or extended stays for business.
The North Melbourne shopping village offers local every day conveniences such as Supermarkets, Chemist, banks and cafes and is a short walk away. The Crown Complex, boasts a great selection of live entertainment options, movies and interactive games like laser skirmishes and bowling along with the largest casino in the Southern Hemisphere. For a rest between tennis matches at the Rod Laver or Vodafone arenas, the Miami Hotel serves a great purpose. Sporting events at the Olympic Park stadiums and the Etihad Stadium (formerly the Telstra Dome) are short distances away.
Cultural interests are supported by the Flinders Gallery featuring the finest of contemporary art for the sophisticated traveler and the State Library of Victoria, a massive 22 building complex for study and research. Federation Square, housing significant cultural exhibitions, lies close to the hotel doors. The Eureka Sky Deck, with 360 degree views of Melbourne. and the Luna Park amusement rides offer thrills for the adventurous of speed and height. Chinatown, a cultural potpourri in any city, is nearby, this one being the longest continuous Chinese settlement in the Western World, dating back to the 1850s.
The Yarra River refreshes the eye nearby, while the Queen Victoria Market is an ornate complex of 19th century architecture hosting countless shops and restaurants to satisfy the palate of any taste and urge for gifts to family and friends left behind.
No matter where one wants to go in Melbourne or even to outlying areas, the unique train and tram system runs along the major CBD arteries for easy access just a short distance from the hotel. The staff is able to plan and arrange carefree excursions into the countryside, even providing a box lunch for the ride. The Great Ocean Road along the coastline provides magnificent views and the Yarra Valley vineyards offer a variety of tastes inland.
For a vast and varied arena of events and activities in and around the city, the Miami Hotel Melbourne creates the right mix of convenience and affordability.