Somerset Gordon Heights Melbourne

Address: 19 - 25 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Melbourne CBD area of Melbourne, is near The Princess Theatre, City Museum at Old Treasury, Parliament House of Victoria, and City Parks Walking Tour.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Somerset Gordon Heights Melbourne

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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Old friends

A travel blog entry by davidcanham on Dec 30, 2014

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... our itinerary for the day to Maria. We decided to have a short walk around town, we walked through Federation square and headed for the Eureka tower, a 297 m high skyscraper with the highest public viewing deck in the Southern Hemisphere. The 360 degree views were stunning, you could see all the attractions in Melbourne. Some of the scenes included loads of sports stadia such as aaim park, Melbourne cricket ground, and Rod Laver Arena, where the Melbourne open takes place. ...


A travel blog entry by gowerexplorers on Oct 28, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... school/clubhouses!!
A slightly tatty looking riverside building dating back to the 1950’s was named
‘Henley’ observatory: no need to elaborate on this picture more other than to
say we plonked ourselves down at the river-side bar in the dappled sunlight and
sampled some local cider.

Collected our hire car the
following day and were nicely surprised by ‘Mikey’ the Mitsubishi. Headed off
to St Kilda via South ...

Day 48. "Most liveable city in the world"

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Oct 15, 2014

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... prices. We ate, drank and played cards (burger/chips and gnocchi bolognaise for 3 each).

Next we explored the city centre. We did our best to scratch the surface given the one night we had. We both took an instant liking to the city. It had a certain je ne sais quoi. I really liked the laneways/narrow streets with small cafes, bars and often large murals. I have read that Melbourne is often voted the world's most liveable city and it is clear to see why. We had our last drink ...

The end of the second month (weeks 7 & 8)

A travel blog entry by bethinetta on Aug 19, 2014


... and B will arrive early Friday afternoon (she has a test in the morning), and we both head back Sunday evening. We're looking forward to seeing everyone back home!

Have a great week guys, talk soon!


PS. Our camera went flat two weeks and we never got around to charging it, which is why there are no photos attached. We can assure you we are alive and well, and we will make up for the lack of photos next weekend in Daylesford.


A travel blog entry by hlow11 on Jun 26, 2014

... I don't think). Here there is a historical farm and we saw a lot of different animals and got a pretty view of the bay.