Located in the heart of Melbourne’s business and legal precinct, Wyndham Hotel Melbourne offers stylish and sophisticated apartment-style accommodation close to the city’s hottest attractions. Take a short stroll to Federation Square and immerse yourself in the culture this thriving city is renowned for, catch a world-famous show at one of the many nearby theatres and indulge yourself in Melbourne’s best cafes, restaurants and bars.

Wyndham Hotel Melbourne’s modern and spacious accommodation varies from studio rooms to one and two-bedroom apartments that feature fully-equipped kitchens.

The hotel’s facilities are sure to impress, with 24-hour reception, rooftop heated swimming pool and barbecue area, library, gym and ground floor retail and dining precinct.

Melbourne is famous for its contemporary suburbs oozing with character and culture, from the progressive restaurants and bars and boutique shopping of Fitzroy, to the seaside destination of St Kilda. Wyndham Hotel Melbourne will have you well positioned to all this and more including the Crown Casino, Queen Victoria Markets and an abundance of sporting stadiums.

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Key Features
  • 24-hour Reception
  • Café precinct
  • Heated pool
  • Gym


  • 24-hour Reception
  • Café precinct
  • Gym
  • Heated pool
  • BBQ facilities
  • Internet access
  • Laundry facilities
  • Library
  • Wireless internet
  • In-house movie selection


Wyndham Hotel Melbourne

Building exterior

Wyndham Hotel Melbourne lobby


Wyndham Hotel Melbourne rooftop pool

Rooftop pool

Wyndham Hotel Melbourne

Studio Deluxe

Wyndham Hotel Melbourne

3-Bedroom Grand Living



Things To See and Do


Luna Park Melbourne

Located by St. Kilda, overlooking the famous Port Phillip Bay, Luna Park is Melbourne’s historic amusement park offering 18 rides and attractions for all ages from mini roller coasters to nail biting thrill rides. Admission to the park is free* and visitors buy ride tickets online or at the Parks Ticket Box.

During your visit be sure to ride The Great Scenic Railway, the world’s oldest continually operating roller coaster that offers heart-stopping dips and turns as well as the most stunning views of Port Phillip Bay.


Melbourne Star Observation Wheel

Day or night, you’ll feel on top of the world as the Melbourne Star glides on its gentle arc through the sky. Melbourne Star’s 40-storey high structure provides uninterrupted 360-degree spectacular views of Victoria from Melbourne’s CBD and Port Phillip Bay through to Mount Macedon and the Dandenong Ranges.


Old Melbourne Gaol

Between 1842 and it’s closure in 1929, the Gaol held dangerous criminals alongside petty offenders, the homeless and the mentally ill. Today you can visit the Old Melbourne Gaol, a site of over 130 hangings including Australia’s most infamous criminals, the bushranger Ned Kelly and notorious gangster Squizzy Taylor, to find out what life was like for the men and women who lived and died inside this bluestone institution.



Queen Victoria Markets

The heart and soul of Melbourne! Eat, shop, explore and discover your way through the iconic food halls and market heritage Sheds of the Queen Victorian Markets.

A historic landmark spread over two city blocks, it’s a vibrant and bustling inner-city Market where you can shop for everything from Australian fruit and vegetables, and local and imported gourmet foods, to cosmetics, jewellery, clothing , souvenirs and more.

The Market is open five days a week—Tuesday, and Thursday to Sunday.



The National Sports Museum

Located at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, is home to Australia’s finest collection of sporting heritage including  the Australian Gallery of Sport and Olympic Museum and the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum Collection.