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Hotel - The Sebel Melbourne Flinders Lane (previously Grand Mercure)
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Practical information

    • Private indoor parking - Paying
    • Wheelchair access
    • Reduced mobility rooms: 2
    • 100% non-smoking hotel
    • Golf course 18 holes - Nearby
    • Clay tennis court - Nearby
    • Grass tennis court - Nearby
    • Babysitting on request
    • Sauna
    • Massage
    • Fitness centre - Paying
  • Number of rooms: 57
  • Hotel location: In the centre of town
  • Main point of interest: CROWN ENTERTAIMENT (1.00 km)

The Sebel Melbourne Flinders Lane (previously Grand Mercure) - hotel description

Hotel code: 2046

The Sebel Melbourne Flinders Lane is an all suite upscale boutique hotel in stylish Flinders Lane, renowned as the centre of the Melbourne fashion district. Featuring self contained apartments, each with a kitchenette, spacious living and bedroom areas, it is the ideal place to relax or experience the Melbourne vibe. Attractions close by include shopping, restaurants, cafes and bars. The main sporting venues and transport are all located within easy access.

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