Seasons Botanic Gardens Melbourne (Melbourne)
Seasons Botanic Gardens Melbourne

country: Australia, city: Melbourne (St Kilda)

Seasons Botanic Gardens Melbourne Seasons Botanic Gardens MelbourneSituated only minutes from the heart of the city, Seasons Botanic Gardens Melbourne offers spacious and comfortable residences with the benefits of services and facilities.

Location
The hotel is ideal for corporate housing and business travel as the cosmopolitan district of South Yarra is nearby. Two of Melbourne's most renowned cultural landmarks, the Victorian Arts Centre and the National Gallery of Victoria, are just short walk away. You can indulge in the comfort of a private apartment while experiencing the history and cosmopolitan life of Melbourne on your leisure vacation, business trip or extended stay.

Rooms
There are 126 spacious serviced residences with an option for an open balcony. With layout options and comprehensive services and facilities, the Seasons Botanic Gardens offers a welcome alternative to a hotel for the discerning executive and international family.

Restaurant
You can have pre dinner drinks at the bar and later, dine at the on site restaurant.

General
Business guests can make use of the conference and meeting rooms. Furthermore, Leisure facilities include a fully equipped gym, an indoor heated pool, sauna and a spa.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Business centre
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Gymnasium
Indoor swimming pool
Laundry facilities
Parking facilities
Reception
Restaurant
Room service
Sauna
Spa
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Hairdryer
In-room safe
Iron and ironing board
Kitchen
Microwave
Mini bar
Private bathroom / Ensuite
Radio
Telephone

Extra Information:

Address:
No. 348 St Kilda Road
Melbourne


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