Situated in the heart of Sydney, enjoy the city's shopping, dining and entertainment while experiencing this impeccable hotel.
Collins Street, a grand boulevard of architectural heritage, iconic fashion labels, gothic style churches and opulent theatres. Melbourne’s premier commercial streetscape, a bustling inner city address surrounded by galleries and gardens, magical arcades and laneways and Fortune 500 companies.Breathtaking in each season, stroll from the Paris (top) end of Collins Street for a most distinguished collection of brand nameboutiques,hidden cafes, Collins Place retail space, and time honoured theatrical landmarks, the Regent and Athenaeum Theatres.
The iconic centre stage of premier sporting events, the 100,000 seat ‘MCG’ hosts in excess of 3 million visitors each year. Built in 1853, this National Heritage treasure is Australia’s favourite stadium.
With its proximity to the city, game days are an awesome sight with thousands walking the short distance to the famous landmark - the birthplace of test cricket, home of the 1956 Olympic Games, Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games and Football’s mightiest clashes. For a glimpse of sporting history, artefacts are held in the MCG’s own National Sports Museum.
Celebrating 150 years, Australia’s oldest public art gallery presents prized indigenous, contemporary and European collections in two very central city sites. Blending art and architecture with its iconic stain glass ceiling and waterwall, the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) on St Kilda Road is home to leading international collections and signature exhibitions including Melbourne Winter Masterpieces – one of Victoria’s biggest events.
The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia is just as worthy a stop at Federation Square for the largest exhibition of Australian Art on permanent display.
For Melbourne’s leading theatrical landmarks with their ‘Broadway’ collection of top billing shows and events, the Athenaeum, Regent and Princess Theatres are steps away. The Athenaeum, built in 1839 introduced movies to Australia and today hosts the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. The heritage listed Regent Theatre (pictured) with its Rococo style interiors is home to Melbourne’s most memorable theatrical events. The Princess Theatre – with its friendly ghost Federici - is Melbourne’s most spectacular landmark, its production of Phantom, the State’s longest running show.
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