The Sheraton Melbourne Hotel is ideally situated in the Collins Street precinct, within easy reach of the city’s endless attractions, myriad entertainment, and commercial offices. As one of the nearest hotels to Parliament House and Parliament train station, the hotel gives guests quick access to the city and its surrounding suburbs. Princess Theatre and the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre are nearby as well. Melbourne Airport (MEL) is an approximate 30-minute drive away.
For a slower pace of exploration, head to East Melbourne and take in the splendour of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Witness a daily mass service first hand, or simply take the opportunity to explore this beautiful 19th century building. Alternatively, stroll around the picturesque Treasury Gardens, with its numerous statues of Australian and world-renowned figures including John F. Kennedy. Continue past St. Patrick’s Cathedral towards Nicholson Street to explore the awe-inspiring collections at the Melbourne Museum.
Theatre & Entertainment
Whether you enjoy opera, classical music, comedy, concerts, or festivals, Melbourne’s arts calendar offers enticing year-round options. Catch an outstanding Australian Ballet performance, a Melbourne Symphony Orchestra recital, or a stunning array of dance, theatre, and musical shows at the Arts Centre, Regent Theatre and Melbourne Recital Centre. The city is highly regarded for its exhibitions and art galleries, and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) and Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) are inspiring places to explore.
Fashion & Shopping
Sheraton Melbourne Hotel is ideally located at the Paris end of the Collins Street precinct, within walking distance of high-end fashion boutiques such as Prada, Hermes, Chanel, Salvatore Ferragamo and Emporio Armani. Eclectic shops on Flinders Lane are merely steps away, while shopping district Bourke Street Mall, shopping mall Emporium Melbourne and the pulsating open-air Queen Victoria Market are also easily accessible on foot or by tram.
Sports & Excursions
Sports enthusiasts can hop on the city’s iconic trams and cheer on their favourite football or cricket team at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) or catch world-class athletic events including the Australian Open, Australian Grand Prix and Melbourne Cup Carnival. Just an hour away, spectacular coastlines, vineyards, outback wilderness, enthralling wildlife, rugged terrains and historic townships await exploration.
Cafés & Restaurants
Delight in endless dining and nightlife possibilities, comprising everything from cafés, bistros and bars to clubs and award-winning restaurants. Explore the authentic flavours at restaurants in the CBD, or venture out to explore the Michelin restaurants that the city is known for.
Travel on trams in the CBD and Docklands is now free. The new Free Tram Zone includes the area from the iconic Queen Victoria Market, across to Victoria Harbour in Docklands, up to Spring Street and over to Flinders Street Station and Federation Square. Journeys starting or ending outside of the zone will require you to touch on your myki at the reader to make sure you have a valid ticket.