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Albert Park Manor Boutique Hotel

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Reviewed 18 June 2012

The rooms were outdated and not in a charming way. The host refused to put us in a more suitable room or give us a refund even though we hadn't used the room, we ended up staying for 30 minutes then checking into the seasons heritage for only $10 more ($99) When we returned the key he asked us what...

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Perth
Reviewed 10 December 2011

The hotel is located a short tram ride from Federation Square, and is great value for the location. We paid $125 for a large en suite room. Room had everything you need, but the decor is dated. Friendly and helpful service. Our room at the front of the hotel did have some noise from the trams.

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1Thank HelenInOz
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 24 October 2011

We chose to stay close to the Melbourne CBD. Thought that St Kilda Rd wound be cool and it was. The Hotel was decorated from a colonial aspect quite cute and romantic. The host was informative explaining to us the places we could access easily from the hotel. The room had a great bed and bathroom provisions. We enjoyed our...

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1Thank Pappa L
England
Reviewed 20 May 2011

We stayed here for two nights at the end of a four week trip to Australia. It cost $90 pn. Owner Tony was very friendly and helpful. We were able to check in early no problem. Alltough we had paid for the cheapest room (five rooms shared 2 bathrooms), Tony gave us a much better en suite room at no...

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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Reviewed 8 February 2011

It's all said in the title. We stayed here for one night when we first arrived in Melbourne. It's a short tram ride away from Federation Square (and is even walkable); we were welcomed warmly and upgraded rooms because there was a better one vacant; the room was very clean (the ensuite bathroom was modern and spotless). A little pricey,...

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1Thank chrisheaps
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 2 February 2011

Stayed here for 3 nights at the end of Jan 2011, room was very small but clean, shared bathroom but I paid less for that option so no worries there. Bathroom was clean and never occupied when I wanted it. Staff pleasant enough. Location is great as tram stop is right out the front and only about 5 stops to...

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Thank UrbanQ
Asia
Reviewed 6 March 2010

We chose to stay at the Albert Park Manor mainly because it was conveniently located close to relatives in South Yarra. And at A$125 for a deluxe room it was very reasonably priced. However I wouldn't describe as a boutique hotel but more of a guest house as there are no restaurant or breakfast facilities. It was built as a...

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1Thank xxxasia
Devon, United Kingdom
Reviewed 3 March 2010

stayed here for 3 nights while traveling around east coast, about 15 min walk to centre of city , bout the same to the mcg cricket ground, tram stop right outside hotel to st kilda beach, some cafe's near hotel and shops , rooms little dated , so are bathrooms but both perfectly fine, the family that owns this hotel...

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1Thank sarahmay999
Levanto
Reviewed 14 June 2009

I was client at this lovely boutique Hotel last January and I really like it. The rooms are spacious and clean, the staff is really friendly and the Hotel is in a really good location.I hope I will be able to stay there again next year!!!!

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Thank FedericoC
Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 3 April 2009

We stayed here for two nights in August. It was a quiet time of year, so we got an upgrade. This was the nicest place we stayed in during our month long visit to Australia. The decor in the room and in the hallways is Victorian and pretty. When the water was turned off by the city one morning the...

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