Hotel address26 Southgate Avenue
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Contact the hotel
- Tel. (+61)3/96936000
- Fax. (+61)3/96936099
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Quay West Suites Melbourne - hotel description
Hotel code: 8804
Quay West is ideally located at Southbank & nestled in the Melbourne Arts Precinct. Adjacent to shops, restaurants and bars, next door to Hamer Hall & the National Gallery of Victoria, and a stroll to the sporting stadiums of Melbourne. With fully self-contained suites with balconies, it is perfect for an overnight stay or extended stays. Experience our new mineral pool and steam room along with newly refurbished gym and spa. Enjoy the ambience of Jarrah Restaurant and Bar with outdoor terrace.
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Offering the ideal location for elegant meetings and events in Melbourne, Quay West Suites Melbourne features two stylish meeting rooms accommodating up to 120 guests, and a restaurant and bar, perfect for banquets, cocktail functions and business events.
Message from the hotel manager
Ms Jackie PORTER, the manager of the Quay West Suites Melbourne hotel, would like to welcome you.
With its exceptional location, Quay West Suites Melbourne provides the ideal base for exploring Melbourne. Business guests are just a short distance away from Melbourne CBD, while guests looking to explore the best of Melbourne are within easy reach ofRod Laver Arena, the MCG, Myer Music Bowl, Crown casino, Federation Square, Melbourne Aquarium and Eureka Skydeck 88. This impressive Melbourne hotel is also within close proximity of a range of superb restaurants, bars, shops and pubic transport options.
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