Ever see the expression "so small you couldn't swing a cat"? Well, this hotel, after "extensive" remodeling and "upgrading" has rooms that can not accomodate the swinging of a baby kitten. Oddly--and I do mean very oddly--the rooms have a king bed, which is nice, but the room is tiny, and in the middle of it is a massive glass desk that occupies half the avaialble space. Why? We could not figure it out. We had 2 drawers for clothing, and at home we have cutlery drawers larger than the clothing drawers in room 2610. We had trouble storing our suitcases and we could not unpack because there is nowhere to unpack and put things that do not hang. We called and begged for a medium-sized cat room, but alas, only if we paid an extra (discounted, apparently) $250 per night could we have a small suite. We did not need a suite--just a normal room, like the Hilton on the Park in Melbourne. No such luck. The location is terrific, in the middle of the CBD, across from the Queen Victoria Arcade/Shops on George Street. Very good spot, nice staff, but oh the rooms are very small. Of particular note as an added irritation is the notice that if one touches or moves anything in the refrigerator, Hilton will charge you. So, we called to say we would be putting wine and chese in there and to please not charge us for moving the Coke cans and beer. Their suggestion? They told me that they would bring a portable refrigerator to the room for that purpose. Now this is a room that is already size-challenged, and now we are going to have a portable compressor running in the room? They finally saw the sense of ignoring that I moved the cheese.