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Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne

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Rooftop Pool

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Rooftop Pool - Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne. Copyright Grand Hotels International.

The Hotel Grand Chancellor, Melbourne offers complimentary use of our heated rooftop swimming pool with the best views of Melbourne.

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Situated on Lonsdale Street in the heart of the city centre, the Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne provides guests with gracious hospitality and incomparable service at great value. The hotel is rated four star and is perfectly located within the vibrant theatre district where you will enjoy all the delights Melbourne has to offer - live theatre, cinemas, Chinatown, and of course the exceptional shopping facilities; are all within easy walking distance.

Hotel Grand Chancellor Melbourne has recently earned Green Star accreditation for its focus on:
-Energy efficiency
-Waste minimisation and management
-Water minimisation
-Guest education

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Review date:   July 31, 2017 4:19PM
Review:   Great hotel located around Chinatown! Lots of food just behind the ally of the hotel. You could walk from the basement carpark or from the ground floor and towards the ally on your left when you exit. The hotel amenities are great, swimming pool is located at level 17, the breakfast start at 6.30am and good selection last till 10.30am. The room are spacious and well equipped. Overall a great stay.
Author:   Shawn Tay
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   November 15, 2017 8:40PM
Review:   Perfect room. Great location. Satisfied all of our needs
Author:   Caitlin Louise
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   August 26, 2017 7:31AM
Review:   Booked queen bed stay, when checking in the desk said that they upgraded us for free but bed in room is only a double bed and located right next to pool so very noise. Rooms loocked better online then in person. But must say service is excellent, food is great and rooms are very clean.
Author:   Andrew Healey
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   December 4, 2017 4:36AM
Review:   Average hotel and just OK for one night or two. The only positive thing about this hotel is the location which is in the heart of Melbourne, Chinatown, and Bourke Street Mall. There is a very small car park next door, but don't count on it as most likely it's going to be full. It was a bit disappointing and annoying as I had to drive three blocks away in traffic to find a car park after 20 minutes. Rooms are very small but generally clean. We booked a room for two, but there was only one dental pack in the bathroom. There is free WiFi, however once you try to connect, the terms and conditions says that there is no guarantee that there is no malware, virus, or any destructive activities and you should use it at you own risk. You don't wanna login to their unreliable and unsecure network with their guest username and password on your cell phone and put your bank accounts and all your monetary information at risk. Providing a secure internnet connection for a hotel that claims to be four star is a must. I had to use my provider data on my cell phone. All in all, not a bad hotel. In my opinion it is a three-star.
Author:   M P
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Review date:   December 1, 2017 3:04AM
Review:   Basic hotel. Nice location. Free internet. Don't bother with the breakfast.
Author:   Andrew Graham
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