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On the fringe of the Melbourne city precinct, the St Kilda Road Parkview Hotel Melbourne stands regal, a glass and steel edifice of beauty that sports elegance within a boulevard of trees. In its own neighborhood of shops and restaurants, it views the nearby frenzy of the business district without being caught up in the middle of it. Rated a luxurious 4.5 stars, the Parkview has just undergone an 8 million dollar renovation that puts a sparkle on every aspect, upgrading all services and conveniences to state of the art levels.
206 rooms are available to comfortably settle events of any size at affordable rates for business or family adventures. Each room is furnished in a stylish comfort with expansive windows providing natural light. Modern bathrooms with large showers are complemented with separate dressing rooms and spacious wardrobes. A safe is in every room. Bathrobes are provided. A media hub links computers and other electronic devices to 28 HD LCD TV screens, FOXTEL cable and fast internet access to the world.
In addition to a well-equipped gym, visitors to the Parkview enjoy an indoor rooftop spa and sauna. The Lime Caf, Bar and Restaurant offers a satisfying and varied menu, both indoors and on the terrace outside. Laundry, dry-cleaning, and on-site parking provide convenience. A concierge service can direct guests to the wealth of activities around the city at large. With the renovation of the Parkview Hotel Melbourne comes a reputation as one of Melbournes more popular facilities for weddings and conferences. Packages are available to cater to any size. The Boulevard Rooms can handle 150 guests with a wonderful view of the city lights through large windows or on the balcony outside stretching across the building.
The Parkview Hotel Melbourne sits on the tree-lined boulevard of St Kilda Road, a fashionable district that supports Melbournes reputation for savvy style. The neighborhood immediately surrounding is full of shops, a variety of restaurants and distinctive housing describing an area rich in historical value. 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. Sporting events at the Olympic Park Stadium, Melbourne Park Function Centre, and the Telstra Dome are also in close proximity for the biggest games in town. Tennis ranks number one at the Rod Laver and Vodafone arenas.
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. The Queen Victoria Market, a short walk from the hotel, 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. The Crown Complex, located in Southbank, offers a great selection of live entertainment options, movies and interactive games.
To see the sites or stay close to an event within the facility, the St Kilda Road Parkview Hotel Melbourne offers convenience, luxury and affordability under one grand roof.