InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto

at 495 Collins Street, Melbourne, 3000 Australia

The world's first truly global hotel brand, InterContinental Hotels & Resorts is located in more than 60 countries with local insight that comes from over 60 years of experience. HERITAGE AND STYLE IN THE HEART OF MELBOURNE. Located on legendary Collins Street in the heart of the Central Business District, InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto is one of the city’s leading world-class hotels. Steps away is the vibrant Southbank, the Yarra River, the ever changing Docklands, leading tourist attractions, exclusive shops and boutiques and some of the best restaurants this cosmopolitan city has to offer. Completed in 1891 when Melbourne was the richest city in the world, the Rialto is as grand today as it was back then. The hotel’s 253 elegant rooms blend style with comfort. Beyond your guestroom, discover the outstanding Alluvial Restaurant, Rialto Bluestone Bar and Market Lane Bar. The 24-hour fitness centre offers a variety of cardiovascular, exercise and weight-training equipment whilst the indoor pool, featuring a spa bath, is the perfect place to relax.

InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto
495 Collins Street
Melbourne , VIC 3000
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P: +61 3 8627 1400



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Step inside InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto and let our ten-storey glass topped atrium take your breath away.
The gothic-style façade, high ceilings, ornate windows and original brickwork are a beautiful juxtaposition to Melbourne’s famous laneway graffiti.
Where old meets new and character melds perfectly with style.
Built in 1891, the hotel began as two separate buildings that housed the famous Melbourne wool stores and its offices.
The bluestone cobbled laneways between the Rialto and Winfield buildings, which once echoed with the clatter of horse hoofs as carts carried wool and wheat to the wharves, remains untouched under our floorboards.
Completed during the Gold Rush when Melbourne was the richest city in the world, the historic Rialto building was commissioned by Patrick McCaughan, a wealthy Melbourne businessman, and designed in the neo-gothic style by celebrated architect William Pitt.
Next door, the Winfield building housed the offices that serviced the wool and wheat stores in the late 1800s.
Designed by architects Richard Speight Jr. and Charles D’Ebro, the Australian National Trust lists it as “an example of the brick Romanesque style from the closing phase of the gold boom”.
This magnificent hotel was acquired by InterContinental Hotels and Resorts in December 2008 after a $60 million renovation and refurbishment.
Today, step behind its historic facade and experience for yourself the juxtaposition of old and new.
Perfectly located with a prestigious Collins Street address in Melbourne, our quintessentially Melbourne accommodation offers 253 beautiful rooms and iconic suites.
As well as best-in-class facilities and 11 meeting rooms, close to the city’s best food and shopping.
Five star luxury hotel accommodation; timeless heritage character with the modern luxuries.
Built in 1891, the hotel began as two separate buildings that housed the famous Melbourne wool stores and its offices.