The Victoria Hotel

Address: 215 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Melbourne CBD area of Melbourne, is near Burke Street Mall and Melbourne's Central., The Regent Theatre, The Last Laugh Comedy Club, and Melbourne's Gardens.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Victoria Hotel Melbourne

      Reviewed by cromcoj

      Victoria Hotel

      Reviewed May 19, 2014
      by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

      Great little spot for nice good size rooms. Well appointed and clean and neat. Super location at a great price. Would recommend.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by marie-claude.g

      Un vieil hôtel très moderne

      Reviewed Jan 4, 2012
      by (27 reviews) , France Flag of France

      le Victoria (All Seasons) est très bien placé au centre de Melbourne. Les chambres ont été rénovées et sont très confortables

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      Historical Traveler Reviews The Victoria Hotel Melbourne

      Great location...but...


      Good location they are doing construction across the street, starting at 5:30 am! If you wake up early, then fine, but otherwise this is a huge inconvenience. If you are on a budget, this place is a good deal, close to the CBD, very well located, but the rooms are shabby, slightly dirty, and the fitness area was "closed" during our entire stay. A perk - they have high speed internet available. But if you can afford better, choose somewhere else!

      Watch out!! There might be a mouse in your room


      I stayed in this hotel for several nights.

      It was an extremely uncomfortable experience.

      The elevators in the hotel are very old and terrible.

      The most terrible thing is I saw a mouse running in my own room!!

      This hotel only change my room without any formal apology and help.

      They don't care about customer's feeling and health!!

      We never stay anywhere else


      We visit Melbourne every three months or so, and always stay here. Great value for money, buffet breakfast included with some rates and is terrific.

      Rooms neat, clean and bathrooms small but clean (no bathroom in economy room though). You do not really need to go economy as they have great rates for regional people.

      It is an old hotel, and it is not the ritz, the floors squeak, no views, and the corridor walls need painting, and some carpet is quite old, but who cares. It is so convenient!! out the door and you are in the centre of town, surrounded by shops.

      Only slight issue, is that it only has a small carpark, but you can park cheaply in a nearby carpark, but once you discover you have to park here, you have to go around the block to get to it (and blocks are big in Melbourne)!

      Convenient but ........


      Good central location but in Sept 2004 much noise from building site across the road. Had a "superior" room so no shared facilities, but very basic, although spacious. As we found all through our Australian trip, the concept of service in hotels is sadly lacking, here the breakfast room was strict to the minute on opening times, and there was always a queue to show your breakfast vouchers. did not dine in of an evening so cannot comment on this aspect. No atmosphere in the bar.

      Not bad


      I stayed at the Vic on a business trip. This is a fantastic location in the centre of Melbourne - you cannot get a better location for the same price.

      Only problem was that our travel agent didn't tell us that there are two types of rooms - Superior and Economy. If you book the Economy room (like us) you will be in an older wing of the Hotel in a room which has no shower or toilet. There are communal showers and toliets which were, I must say, extremely clean. Our room smelled of smoke even though we requested a non-smoking room.

      On the whole, the Economy rooms provide good accommodation if all you plan to do at the hotel is sleep. FANTASTIC LOCATION!!!



      This hotel has a fantastic location, an appealing lobby, extremely pleasant staff, good prices, and decent, freshly-painted accomodation. BUT the bed was absolutely the world's most uncomfortable bed. It sank into the middle and the pillows felt like concrete. Not a very restful stay!

      I always stay at the vic


      I always stay at the Vic. Have for umteen years.

      Your car is parked for you then a quick book in and your set.

      Great Breakfast. Great Bar. Great Meals.

      It's great to see stuff there from the 'old days' like letter drop chutes etc.

      A fancy new hotel does not have the sort of feeling that this place has. It seems the place puts guests and staff in a good mood. I have stayed at fancy new ones and everyone seems so cold - staff and guests

      Close to everything.

      Clean comfortable and GREAT staff!

      We start our chat room meets here! lol

      Ask anything and the GREAT staff help in what ever way they can.

      I have stayed here with many friends that came from Over-the-Seas and they loved it as well.

      One thing I wish for is that their coffee cups were MUGS!! ya need it after a hard day/night :)

      You hear that? management Coffee MUGS!

      thank you moni-yol

      Victoria, great location


      Victoria Hotel was in an excellent location for shopping, sightseeing etc. Facilities adequate, our room still a bit dated after renovations but clean. Room facing Lt Collins was very noisy in mornings due to construction across the road, and at night with late night revellers. Internet cafe onsite was good however unable to connect to MSN after paying for 1 hour access - no technical help staff avail. All in all, would stay there again and emphasise a quiet room as request for quiet room went unheeded.

      Excellent value


      Stayed at The Victoria last March on a shopping trip and we were very happy with our deal which included an excellent buffet breakfast. We are staying there again in February and would recommend it to travellers that want good value for money accommodation in an excellent position.

      A very pleasant surprise!


      Travelling on from Sydney to Melbourne, my boyfriend and I were after some budget accomodation, and opted for The Victoria from the guide book. The prices were budget but the hotel definitely was not. The Victoria is absolutely brilliant value for money, a large hotel in a very convenient location near Melbournes central shopping area. After our genuinely budget accomodation in Sydney (dorm like accomodation) this was only a little more expensive but much more plush, so that, after lugging in our backpacks, i thought wed come to to wrong place! definitely recommended foir all visitors to melbourne who are watching their pennies but like pleasant surroundings, nice rooms, shiny bathroom, maid and porter facilities, TV, etc etc.

      TripAdvisor Reviews The Victoria Hotel Melbourne

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      A travel blog entry by merocarroll on Dec 21, 2014

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      Port Phillip Bay & Melbourne City

      A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Nov 06, 2014

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      Our first day!! And Stuart's Birthday

      A travel blog entry by bakersabroad on Oct 15, 2014

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      ... trying to get the best shot of our beaming faces and the harbour in the background! Our sense of direction took us meandering back towards the house via the shops, I say our but it was mainly mine, Joe was keen for retracing our steps (always living dangerously). We met up with Karen, Stuart, Kirsten and the girls, Jenny and Mark and had lunch and a walk along Hampton Beach near Sandringham Yacht Club with the dogs, ...

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

      A travel blog entry by bethinetta on Aug 19, 2014


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