at 33 Milligan Street, Perth, 6000 Australia
Opening in early 2018, we're the old friend Perth hasn't seen in a while.
You might have noticed we've been closed whilst restoring one of Perth's icons, but we are getting ready to re-open soon, bringing new life to the corner of Hay and Milligan Streets. Staying true to our heritage, we have retained the original grandeur of The Melbourne Hotels 1897 design, whilst the addition of the new modern architectural build reflects the ever-changing landscape of our city. Expect a unique hotel experience. We cut through the noise to make things simple, giving our guests a bespoke stay with a personal touch. There are no cookie-cutter approaches here. We offer a mix of 73 heritage and contemporary guest rooms, each aesthetically furnished to complement their own characteristics. Yes; every stay will be different, as every room has its own story; that's what makes us one-of-a-kind. Architects of The Melbourne Hotel have skillfully encompassed old with new, allowing the heritage aspect of the building to be celebrated from multiple viewpoints, whilst showcasing modern-day design. Guests of The Melbourne Hotel can expect to experience an abundance of natural light through the rooftop conservatory, internal room courtyard and wide corridors which provide expansive views across the city. But we are not just a hotel; guests, visitors and locals alike are invited to take a journey through The Melbourne Hotels extensive food and beverage experiences. De Baun & Co The "Old Melbourne" pub has been re-envisioned and honoured with a new name, paying homage to its heritage and founder John De Baun, the local pub Keisuke Introducing the first Keisuke in Australia, renowned throughout Asia, The Melbourne Hotel is excited to bring Japanese born Keisuke Takada’s famous ramen noodle bar to the shores of Perth, Western Australia. A great choice for the ramen connoisseur. Hattendo The first in Australia, Hattendo is the Japanese cream bun that begs for another bite. A hybrid of sweet and savory and made with a passion for perfection, The Melbourne Hotel is delighted to introduce the authentic Japanese flavour of Hattendo cream filled buns to Perth. Housed in The Melbourne Hotel conservatory enjoy your bun in a café style atmosphere or grab it to go. Grand Orient With Perth now a thriving hub for food adventurers, The Melbourne Hotel together with renowned resident Chef Kwok Chan brings to you a taste of the Orient. Inspired by the old-world, our menu is based on Cantonese flavours using modern and traditional cooking techniques, plated so the ingredients are always the star. The Grand Orient sits within the original 1897 Melbourne Hotel building providing the perfect old-world setting whether dining for lunch or dinner, taking a private room or simply sipping a cocktail at the Orient bar. Aurora Designed with you in mind, the Aurora is perfectly perched on the rooftop of The Melbourne Hotel, a flexible space with views across the vibrant city scape. Like the lights of the Aurora Australis, the venue transforms from day to night, beginning with breakfast under Perth’s famous blue skies before transforming into a place for meetings, work and conversation, with coffee and light snacks to keep you going. As the sun goes down, the lights of the Aurora go up, primed for after work drinks, sundowners or dinner and drinks in a lounge setting. We’re excited to be reopening our doors to Perth city and we look forward to inviting you in.
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