Be enchanted by this treasured grand hotel, a stunning architectural wonder exuding opulence and style within the ‘Paris end’ of Collins Street. Rooms and suites where Victorian heritage mingles with the contemporary, have a distinguished past guest list of celebrities, politicians and royalty. Behind the magnificent Victorian facade lies traditional afternoon tea, an institution since 1883, the classic and elegant dining setting of 111 Spring Street, and The Cricketer's Bar, a custodian of precious cricketing treasures. A secluded haven, this adults-only retreat boasts sweeping views of Aroa Lagoon. Reminiscent of traditional huts complete with thatched roofs, romantic beachfront suites feature handcrafted furnishings and balconies or patios. Luxuriate with a treatment at the day spa, take a dip in the sparkling pool with swim-up bar, and enjoy access to the neighbouring hotel’s facilities. Snorkel among the vibrant marine life in the crystal clear Aroa Marine Reserve, and refuel with an island-inspired me
Why we recommend the Windsor Hotel
- Five-star accommodation
- Historic building with modern amenities
- Restaurant and bar
- Fitness centre
- Business facilities
Attractions near the Windsor Hotel
Visit historic Parliament House
Victoria's Parliament House is one of the oldest public buildings in Australia, not to mention one of the most visually stunning. Parliament House has always been an icon of Melbourne, but there's more to see beyond the facade when you take a free guided tour.
Visitors are invited to tour Parliament House every weekday. See the historic rooms where Victoria's laws have been passed for generations and marvel at architectural features such as the mosaic floor and gold pillars. When Parliament is in session you can even watch the proceedings from the public galleries.
Catch a concert at Melbourne Park
The Melbourne Park complex is the city's most dynamic sports and entertainment centre. It’s your first port of call when you want to attend a sporting event or an open-air concert. The Rod Laver Arena is Melbourne Park's most famous venue and you can explore it by taking one of the daily tours.
Melbourne Park is the home of the Australian Open tennis tournament. Since merging with the neighbouring Olympic Park, there’s now an even bigger choice of venues that showcase a range of interests including athletics, ice skating, rugby and performing arts. Whatever time of year you visit Melbourne, there’s something for you in the Park's events calendar.
|Swimming pool||Health club or gym|
|Parking valet||Parking cost applicable|
|Minibar (some rooms)||Air conditioning|
|Television||Microwave (some rooms)|
|Internet (cable)||Cable TV|
|Iron and ironing board||In room safe|
|Tea and coffee making facilities||Internet cable fee|
|Internet (common wireless)||Non-smoking|