Toorak (Melbourne), Victoria Accommodation
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198 A'Beckett St, Melbourne, VIC, 3000
Nomads Industry backpackers hostel and budget hotel in Melbourne, Victoria Australia, offers great value, friendly backpacker and budget accommodation in central urban Melbourne. Our backpackers youth hostel is secure, enticing and funky and is designed for travellers who want a relaxed, fun and cheap place to stay in the central city. Unlike other youth hostels in Melbourne, Nomads Industry is a flash-backpackers, and the standard of accomodation in Melbourne is unlike any other hostel. Our flashpackers hostel offers facilities such as a cinema lounge, wireless internet, kitchen, BBQ, two laundries, girls only Princess Wing and roof top sun deck with prices starting from just $19 per night, Nomads Industry is the best value backpackers hostel and budget hotel to stay on your arrival in Melbourne city. The hostel is located in A'Beckett Street, Downtown Melbourne City and is a wonderful spot for backpackers to base themselves. Budget conscious travellers will want to make use of our fully stocked communal kitchen, proximity to great shopping precincts, cheap funky cafe's, bars and clubs.
220 Williams Rd, Toorak, Victoria, 3142
Toorak Manor is an elegant Boutique Hotel in a gracious nineteenth century Victorian mansion set in an enchanting garden in the heart of Toorak - Melbourne's most fashionable suburb. Toorak Manor is just a short stroll to the famous Toorak-South Yarra shopping precinct. Renowned for its sidewalk cafes, galleries, boutiques, theatres, decorator and antique shops, the Como Centre and Melbourne's finest restaurants . Superbly Located 2 train stops to the M.C.G., Victorian Arts Centre, Tennis Centre and the business realty of St Kilda Rd. 3km to CBD, Casino and the Grand Prix Circuit. Toorak Manor has free guest car parking! Melbourne's quaint and charming trams will transport you nostalgically to the city centre, and the bayside beaches. Or you can escape to the tranquility of the neighbouring Yarra River, the Royal Botanic Gardens, and the historical homes of Como and Ripponlea.