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"Neat Boutique Hotel in what was Lindrum's Billards Parlour"
Neat Hotel, Rooms and Bathrooms not overly large but certainly do they job. Bed comfort was very good, bathroom small but serves its purpose. Was on the first floor above the bar and some noise flowed through. Room had no view sandwiched against a building next door. Wi-Fi was very good. Mini Bar was good. The hotel has a neat lounge on the ground floor including one of Walter's old tables. Walter Lindrum's statistical domination of billiards was amazing where he set 57 world records and played against ''blind'' handicaps of up to 7000. At least twice, the rules were changed in an effort to blunt him. He adapted. Anyway also on the ground floor is the restaurant 'Felt'. Had breakfast there which was very good and included Avocado and Feta Smash plus Zucchini Fritters. The breakfast was very good, where you can buffet or a la carte or if feeling hungry both. Staff were helpful. Would stay again.
"Boutique hotel "
We were recommended Hotel Lindrum for pre dinner drinks as we were having dinner at the Press Club which doesn't have a bar. The lobby & bar area are lovely as the hotel is housed in a beautiful historic building. The decor offers warmth & ambience. We loved the idea of the Billiard Room which evidently oozes with historical significance. The hotel is located in a fabulous location on the edge of the CBD yet a handy walk to restaurants, shops , & transport. We will definitely be returning for a stay next time as Hotel Lindrum really reminded of us of our recent stay in Brisbane at another boutique M Gallery hotel the New Inchcolm Hotel which was fabulous.
"First visit to Melbourne and I was very impressed!"
This hotel is situated in a fantastic part of the city. So many places are able to be walked to but if you don't feel like walking, there's a tram stop right outside. The hotel has such character with its high ceilings and floor boards and is beautifully decorated and furnished. The staff were amazing. On my birthday they delivered a complimentary beautiful bottle of wine to our room. The housekeeping was immaculate and our room was very luxurious and quiet. We will definitely stay again.
"Boutique luxury in the heart of Melbourne"
Really lovely small boutique hotel. Very conveniently located - 5-10 minutes from Flinders St Station, could catch the free circular tram from stop just outside. Felt very luxurious without being too posh/stuffy. Lots of really nice touches - lovely toiletries, plentiful T2 teas, freshly ground coffee on demand, turn down service, pillow menu (!) We paid a bit extra for a deluxe room which had huge windows facing the street and was very light and roomy. There is a nice bar area just beyond the lobby and we enjoyed a few games on the full sized snooker table. We didn't eat in the restaurant but ordered room service for breakfast one day which was nice. All in all a wonderful stay and I would recommend without hesitation. We were on a month long trip around Australia and this was our favourite hotel.
"Fabulous decor and ambience downstairs"
Loved my business stay here, very attentive staff, great areas for sitting and relaxing downstairs, perfect location, delicious in room breakfast, great bathroom and facilities, in fact would never stay anywhere else in Melbourne if only for one thing. I left my brand new watch behind and even called on the same day as check out and it could never be found, that was really disappointing but I suppose it happens..... Went back to ask a month later and still nothing so it must have been a great find for someone. Not the hotel's fault but the cleaner should probably have found it and reported it to lost property.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM