Ideal for an overnight stay in the city. Our 'superior' room was basic at best, no iron in room, no bedside lamps; a bit like staying in a mini office but with no free wifi. Our room was on the 5th floor, the view was a concrete wall and the noise from live music coming from the building next door went on well into the early hours. It was loud! Luckily we went out til very late so it didn't cause us too much concern. We paid for continental breakfast which was actually toast and cereal, basic but okay. For $6 extra each you could have cooked breakfast but we didn't try that.
We didn't regret staying there as we just needed somewhere to crash after a night out in town but to be honest we wouldn't stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Great value, unsurpassed location and excellent service make ibis Melbourne Little Bourke Street a very popular hotel choice. Boasting 121 rooms, this hotel has all the convenience of a central city location close to the financial, legal and entertainment precincts and is walking distance to the Skybus airport transfer service and Southern Cross Train Station. Ibis Melbourne Little Bourke Street is modern and affordable with comfortable rooms and great amenities to ensure a pleasant stay. Facilities include a breakfast room, Internet access and private offices. Conference rooms are available for a variety of small to medium functions, training seminars, trade shows or workshops. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ibis Melbourne