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Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne, Melbourne

Built in 1913 as the Commercial Travellers Club, this heritage-listed building has been meticulously restored to its original splendour. The Commercial Traveller Club held a significant place in Australia’s history being home for traveling politicians and dignitaries. In the heart of the Melbourne‘s CBD, this superbly appointed hotel fronts onto Flinders Street, just across the road from the historic Flinders Street Railway Station. Directly across the Yarra River are the shopping and entertainment precincts of Southbank, the Crown Casino and the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre. The hotel is conveniently located close to the city’s major sporting venues, Colonial Stadium, Melbourne Cricket Ground and Melbourne Park. Rendezvous Hotel Melbourne offers a choice of accommodation to cater to all budgets, ranging from an economy room through to a suite. All rooms have individually controlled air-conditioning, electronic key locks, STD, ISD lines, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, minibar, hairdryer and in-room safes.

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