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Novotel Melbourne on Collins

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Standard Room

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Standard Room - Novotel Melbourne on Collins. Copyright Novotel Melbourne on Collins.

Spacious and light-filled, enjoy an uninterrupted outlook over prestigious Collins Street or Australia on Collins shopping arcade, in house movies on the LCD flatscreen television, a dedicated workspace featuring wireless internet, a large desk for work days that continue into the night.

With generous bath sheets, every amenity on hand, the Standard guest room is ideally suited for two adults.

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Located in the heart of Melbourne, the contemporary Novotel Melbourne on Collins is perfectly positioned on stylish Collins Street, right in the centre of the city. Be it the diverse range of heritage listed buildings, theatres, boutiques, large department stores or renowned parks and gardens, the best of Melbourne is easily accessible by foot or a short tram ride away. The iconic MCG, Rod Laver Arena, Tennis Centre, Telstra Dome, Princess Theatre, Her Majesty's Theatre, Regent Theatre and Federation Square are all within close proximity to the property.

The hotel offers 380 beautifully appointed rooms and suites - each peaceful space designed for natural living. Comprising nine dedicated conference and event spaces, business centre, Michel's Restaurant & Bar, fitness centre and direct access to Australia on Collins shopping centre, Novotel Melbourne on Collins is a preferred destination for both business and leisure travellers.

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Review date:   July 19, 2018 8:09PM
Review:   Excellent service ! Everyone is always smiling and all staff go above and beyond. Stayed for 2 weeks with buffet breakfast and valet parking and I enjoyed every second. Very welcoming atmosphere
Author:   Anthony L
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   August 11, 2018 12:10AM
Review:   Excellent location allows easy access to a number of laneway eateries. The impressive atrium is stunning at night. The rooms are comfortable and well appointed.
Author:   William Ardern
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   August 6, 2018 9:19AM
Review:   Great conference spaces. Very limited accessible toilets ...made harder ehrn people without disabilities use them. One level 3. One on level 7. For Disability conference.
Author:   Tricia Malowney
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   May 26, 2018 11:10AM
Review:   I recently stayed in this hotel for a business trip, and I had a horrible experience. I had a Deluxe King Room that cost $260-$340 per night, but when I got to the room, it barely had any amenities: no complimentary bottled water, no bath robe, no bedroom slippers, no lotion, no dental kit, etc. While that sounds like it's just "first world problems," I would like to note that I have stayed in 3-star hotels in developing countries where I was paying a lot less, but those amenities were available. The room was also very dark as the lights were mostly from lamps only. It was so dark, I felt like I was in a DC movie. The only consolation was that it was spacious. After my second night, I got woken up at around 6 am by loud noises. At first, I thought it was coming from the guests in the room above me, but I remembered that I was on the top floor. There was metal scraping, heavy things being dropped, and even some hammering. I had hoped it would go away, but when it didn't, I called the front desk, and they said they would look into it and the manager would call me back. When I didn't get a call after 15 minutes, and I still couldn't go back to sleep because the noises were still there, I called them again, and it was only after that the manager called me back. Note that no one even came to my room to check out what's going on. She just explained that the noises were coming from the service elevator near my room, because they were doing some work on it. I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY THEY NEEDED TO DO THAT AT 6 IN THE MORNING. She also wasn't very apologetic, and just told me that they'll move me to another room, without any reassurance that I won't be disturbed anymore. I asked what if the noise can still be heard, and how would that help me, because obviously, I won't get my sleep back, and I would need to pack and unpack again, while also still needing to get ready for work. To which, the manager asked me what would I have them do. I was so frustrated, because again, she did not even apologize, and as far as I know, it's her job to make sure that I am comfortable. In any case, I just accepted the offer of a free breakfast and to be moved to a Junior SUITE. However, note that the food wasn't even good and most were cold. When I got back to my new room later, which was supposedly better than my last one, there weren't any noticeable differences in terms of size and furniture. It was still dark, and the only difference was that the amenities that were missing in the previous room were there, and it had an espresso machine. Fortunately, this one was quieter, and I was able to get more sleep. The manager also gave me a complimentary platter of sliced fruit, but without a fork, so I guess I'm meant to eat it with my hands. On my final day there, I was given the opportunity for a quick check out as there was a queue, which was good, but an hour or so later, I received my tax invoice and saw that they had charged me for items from the mini bar, which I didn't even touch. Even if they had hired the police to check for finger prints, they won't find any, but they were charging me more than $50 for consuming them. Just when I thought that my nightmare with them was over, they still managed to screw things up, so I had to give them a call to dispute the charges. Thankfully, they reversed it an hour later. However, I will not be staying there again, and I DO NOT RECOMMEND THAT YOU DO so, either.
Author:   Xel Ganuelas
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   July 16, 2018 8:39AM
Review:   Had a fantastic time at Novotel on collins! Staff were brilliant, the room was clean and well appointed, and the food was some of the best motel food I've ever had! We loved our weekend in Melbourne. Thanks for making it such a relaxing time.
Author:   James Readhead
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