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    I love Crown Towers but if thats out

    Langham is pretty good - great buffet!
    Sofitel - great as well, but a bit 80s for my liking
    Windsor - lovely old world charm - I have a soft spot for this hotel.
    Rialto - haven't stayed at for about 8yrs but it was good.

    I love, love, love Park Hyatt Melbourne!!!

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    oh and i have never stayed at the one in the town square across from town hall?

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    The one on city square is the Westin. The Sofitel isn't 80's! Must have been refurbed

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leah28 View Post
    The one on city square is the Westin. The Sofitel isn't 80's! Must have been refurbed
    ahh yeh thats what its called. thanks.

    i stayed at sofitel in 2008 - back then the rooms weren't 80s but it has an 80s feel to me. those big black linings around each floor that create the inside columny thing. the whole building it is part of, soooooooo 80s.

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    Grand Hyatt food is amazing we stayed their when DD born don't know much about rest as too tired with new baby

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    How could I forget the Park Hyatt (we stayed there on our Wedding night). It was absolutely gorgeous and if we could afford it, we'd be back there in a flash. Definitely 5 star and well worth the $.

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    Thanks for all your replies, but I'm more confused than ever now as you all had different ideas!!!
    Aaarrrrrggghhhh!!!

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    Have you checked tripadvisor.com? I find that really useful when picking hotels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kooglekat View Post
    Have you checked tripadvisor.com? I find that really useful when picking hotels.
    Good idea. That site is brilliant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kooglekat View Post
    Have you checked tripadvisor.com? I find that really useful when picking hotels.
    Yes, been studying it! Just frustrating because not one hotel has everything I want!


 

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