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Novotel Melbourne on Collins

270 Collins St, Melbourne Victoria 3000

Novotel Melbourne on Collins is a contemporary hotel that caters to the needs of all guests, including those with disabilities. With its prime location in the heart of Melbourne, this hotel ensures easy access to nearby attractions and amenities. The spacious and airy restaurant provides a comfortable dining experience for all guests, while the bar offers a relaxing atmosphere to unwind after a long day. For those looking to stay active, the hotel features an indoor pool and a fully-equipped gym, ensuring that guests can maintain their fitness routines. Additionally, Novotel Melbourne on Collins understands the importance of accessibility and offers NDIS funded accommodation for individuals requiring short-term stays. With a commitment to inclusivity, this hotel aims to provide a comfortable and enjoyable experience for all guests, regardless of their abilities. Experience the convenience and comfort of STA accommodation at Novotel Melbourne on Collins.

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4.4
1,013 reviews
  • josephine robin
    josephine robin
    2 weeks ago

    The hotel is in a great location as it walking distance to circular key and the opera house . My family checked in at around 11pm as our flight got in at 10:35pm . The staff at reception showed a lack of enthusiasm of even helping us . There were two Males there and none of them greeted us with a smile , but looked like they didn’t wan to be there . Considering the hotel charges an average of $500 p/n staff at reception should show be more enthusiasm in their job and be more courteous .

  • MJ Jacob
    MJ Jacob
    2 months ago

    Great location near the Opera House and Botanical. The hotel was excellent also. Wonderful room with a nice view of the harbor. The 1-bedroom had a full kitchen with washer and dryer. However the inside of the refrigerator was very wet. Not sure if the door closed all the way or not. They also stocked the fridge with various drinks and had a note that water was complimentary however we received a charge on our credit card so it must have been a different water bottle. We had a complimentary cheese platter which was very nice. I would highly recommend this hotel and would definitely stay here again.

  • Donna Griffiths
    Donna Griffiths
    2 months ago

    On our mother/daughter trip we spent two nights on our way back home in Sydney - at the Pullman Grand Quay. Our apartment was a Deluxe two bedroom harbour view and it was fantastic. Two bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen (with well stocked minibar), laundry, dining and living room. Huge windows framed The Rocks, Sydney Harbour Bridge and across to Luna Park. The view was beautiful during the day and stunning from sunset right through the night...and it was so easy to pop downstairs and find great food from one of the many restaurants within a few minutes walk. Of course we got takeout and sat and ate on our balcony overlooking the Quay. This was the perfect ending for our holiday! ...also thanks to the amazing staff - nothing was too much trouble and they were really friendly and helpful. P.S. The indoor swimming pool and spa are fabulous too! 🤩

  • MP
    MP
    2 months ago

    The hotel is situated in the prime location of Sydney with great view. The apartment room is all we could ask for in a five-star hotel. Room was spotless, comfortable bedding, high quality equipments, including a decent sized jacuzzi. Professional reception team, helpful hotel porter, and attentive housekeeping staff. Beatrice and the kind chef added the cherry on top with their patience when we turned up at the restaurant at after 8:30pm (closing time is 9:30) and offered to alter the dish to our preference. We stayed for almost a week and really felt so comfortable like home. We have stayed at numerous hotels across the world and were a bit disappointed with the limited menu choices and opening hours at the restaurant and bar though, considering the location and the star classification of the hotel. The restaurant and bar had very nice view, but was quite small and hard to access. You’d have to press the intercom to reception to get the door open from the quay side, which we witnessed many people were puzzled with. At the end of our stay, we missed the night interstate train and had to wait for the early morning train. The room we stayed over the last five days was booked out so instead of the hassle of checking in a different hotel for several hours, we sat quietly and neatly on the sofa hoping to stay safe from the station full of drug addicts and drunks. We were confronted by security speaking to us in a tone which made us felt like unwanted homeless camping in the lobby. Fair enough that the hotel might have a policy that checked out guest are not welcome to stay around for many hours afterwards - and we were ignorant enough to not understand - but we’d rather be courteously informed than almost being escorted out. And unfortunately that was the latest memory we had at the hotel.

  • Grace Alinsunod
    Grace Alinsunod
    2 months ago

    At first, the staff are welcoming and helpful. The room is nice. In terms of the supplies, I’m a little bit disappointed as when I was having a shower, the shampoo had an ample amount and then ran out when I wanted to wear slippers I didn't have any as the rest of my family used it, my son rang the housekeeping but then they said they ran out of it. I booked 5 adults and 1 child so I’m expecting 5 slippers, I remember when I booked the stay I requested a crib or cot for my child but there was nothing in the room. Overall, it was a good stay except for the lack of supplies.

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