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Fountain Terrace, St Kilda

Listed in Mansions of Melbourne, Fountain Terrace has recently undergone extensive renovations and is now a boutique hotel/bed and breakfast. A stately, free standing Victorian Residence Fountain Terrace has seven luxurious guest rooms. All of our rooms have been individually decorated and are named in honour of well-known Australian luminaries.

All have ensuite with individually controlled air-conditioning and heating. Each part of the restoration was completed with guests comfort in mind. There is now a courtyard for guests use, water feature, large glazed pots with citrus trees, barbcue and a long Tuscan table. Fountain Terrace is located in a quiet, tree-lined street only minutes walk to trams, Grand Prix Circuit, beach and of course a multitude of restaurants in Fitzroy Street.

Walk or catch a tram to Acland Street and indulge in some excellent coffee and cake, stroll through boutique shops and tiny art galleries. The Esplanade Market on a Sunday is an experience in itself, and the yacht clubs and marina make this a wonderful place to visit. At the end of your busy day, return to the quiet of Fountain Terrace and relax before heading off to the theatre or a show.

Accommodation Options

melba suite

Luxurious suite with King size bed, sitting room and en suite bathroom with spa. Private balcony.

henry lawson

Opulent in navy and gold, large room with King size bed, sofa & luxurious drapes & ensuite.

dorothea mackeller

The Queen size bed in this downstairs room is 100% latex and ideal for those with back/hip problems.

Norman Lindsay

Soft, grey and cream, north facing window, large bathroom, queen size comfortable bed.

Caroline Chisholm

Fresh, soft green decor as with the other guest rooms it has ensuite, aircon/heating, tv.


King (or twin single) bed, soft blue gray walls.


King (or twin single) bed, decor of room in almond, terracotta and gold. Entry from sunny North balc


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