Melbourne Hotel Shuttles
MEL airport hotel transfers
As the capital of Australia’s southern state of Victoria, Melbourne is one of the continent’s most unique cities, home to a festive graffiti culture easily visible throughout the Arts Precinct’s cafe-lined alleyways, while a striking Central Business District offers a New York-style ambiance constantly overcrowded with business events and luxury shoppers. Look forward to Victorian-era buildings alongside an ever-growing modernity that encapsulates the Port Phillip Bay skyline as well, the easiest way to do so by taking advantage of the city’s vast light rail system. Other options include a wide variety of private vehicle rentals such as small sedans and spacious chartered buses, each ideal for adventures into outskirt rainforests, while meet-and-greet services like taxis, stretched limousines and local personal drivers offer simple drop off solutions to events at MCEC as well as early flights at Melbourne Airport.
Consider a wide array of neighborhoods before settling on what hotel to stay at, whether it’s a business-friendly choice at the heart of the CBD, such as Adelphi Hotel and Sheraton Melbourne Hotel, or a hostel-goer’s dream only found at Melbourne Central YHA’s adorned rooftop lounge and close access to the Southern Cross Train Station. Trendy Southbank hangouts include the Crown Casino’s ritzy riverside gambling and connected access to the Melbourne Convention Centre, while chic apartment-style suites are available at Imagine Marco. Continue even further south for quieter stays that still offer easy access to downtown’s charm, whether it’s the eerie art-filled spaces of The Blackman or the elegant fine dining atmosphere of Royce Hotel Melbourne. Suburban getaways are also available for the total quiet at heart, from 5-star bargain rooms at The Olsen to unmatched quietude at the by urban greenbelt-surrounded Golden Pebble Hotel.
And of course, various Melbourne hotspots and neighborhoods make the day especially easy to look forward to. Find an all-in-one location with ease, choosing between the far north side’s Victorian-Era Melbourne Zoo, home to hundreds of species and connected pathways that lead to Royal Park and the University of Melbourne, while the south side offers just-as-expansive experiences through the Royal Botanic Gardens of Victoria along the Yarra River. Easy escapes away from the city can be found at Luna Park Melbourne, a sister theme park of New York’s Coney Island originally built in 1912, and offering easy access to the weekly vendors of St. Kilda Esplanade Market as well as the fashionable 19th-century Brighton Bathing Boxes along Brighton Beach. Tremendous lookouts can be finally found at the Eureka Skydeck at sunset, located along the 88th floor of a Southbank skyscraper and offering the perfect ambiance to not only see it all, but talk things over.