Doubletree by Hilton Melbourne Review

Upon checking in at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Flinders Street, guests receive a chocolate chip cookie. This little touch welcomes you to a very centrally located stay to see the highlights of Melbourne.

Double Tree by Hilton Melbourne
Room 1215

Walk into a climate-controlled room of generous space with views of the city skyline.

Double Tree by Hilton Melbourne
Room 1215

The signature king sized bed is extremely comfortable and makes for a good night’s sleep. Room amenities include mini bar, Wi-Fi for a fee, mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities and HDTV.  For those on business who need to do some work before heading out, there is a functional desk.

Double Tree by Hilton Melbourne

The bathroom is generous in size and has plenty of space to lay out toiletries alongside the complimentary deluxe bath products.

Double Tree by Hilton Melbourne

The walk in shower with its handshower is good sized and delivers a good water flow at a decent temperature.

DoubleTree offers a comfortable, centrally located base, with trams and trains at Flinders St Station right near the door, to explore Melbourne. There are laneways to stroll through and the city’s dining and bar scene to discover. Still within walking distance are SouthBank and Federation Square and so much more.

DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
270 Flinders St
Melbourne VIC 3000

Gourmantic stayed at Doubletree by Hilton Melbourne as guests of Baranows Emporium and Diplomatico Rum.


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Doubletree by Hilton Melbourne Review was last modified: December 20th, 2015 by Kevin Burke

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Kevin Burke

Kevin Burke is the Co-Founder of Gourmantic. He was first carried onto a plane at 3 months old. He enjoyed it so much, most of his efforts have been to get back in them to travel. He has lived on 3 continents and in addition to his love of travel and food, he is passionate about wine, chocolate and music.

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