Hotels near Royal Botanic Gardens
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Visualize a mixture of color and texture. Toss in magnificent sweeping hills and a picturesque lake. Then mix it together for endless possibilities within this inner city oasis of over 10,000 different species of plants.

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The Westin Melbourne
The Westin Melbourne
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9.0
Excellent
205 Collins Street, Melbourne
from $142
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Melbourne - Flinders Street
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Melbourne - Flinders Street
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8.5
Excellent
270 Flinders Street, Melbourne
from $99
Apartments @ Melbourne
Apartments @ Melbourne
394 Collins Street, Melbourne
from $205
Royce Hotel
Royce Hotel
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8.7
Excellent
379 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
from $128
Pensione Hotel Melbourne
Pensione Hotel Melbourne
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8.4
Excellent
16 Spencer Street, Melbourne
from $80
Quality Hotel Batman's Hill on Collins
Quality Hotel Batman's Hill on Collins
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7.9
Good
623 Collins Street, Melbourne
from $87
Great Southern Hotel Melbourne
Great Southern Hotel Melbourne
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7.4
Good
44 Spencer Street, Melbourne
from $49
Best Western Atlantis Hotel
Best Western Atlantis Hotel
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8.3
Excellent
300 Spencer Street, Melbourne
from $68
InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto
InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto
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8.8
Excellent
495 Collins Street, Melbourne
from $153
Crossley Hotel Melbourne
Crossley Hotel Melbourne
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8.4
Excellent
51 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
from $100
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What’s the Royal Botanic Gardens?

Because plants are the fundamentals of life, the goal of the Royal Botanic Gardens is simple: research. The study of conservation and protection of plant and insect life is paramount. Increasing the public knowledge and awareness is another goal. The Herbarium, Tropical Glasshouse, and Guilfoyle’s Volcano are a good start. Next, visit the Children’s Garden, experience the Kitchen Garden, and feel the amazement at the Bamboo Forest. See the night sky with the opening of the sliding dome at Melbourne’s Observatory. Watch turtles and fish and frogs, oh my.

Which Hotels Have the Best View Near the Royal Botanic Gardens?

Request a room in the front of the building at the Seasons Botanic Garden. Other nearby inexpensive hotels like the Albany Hotel, Mantra on Jolimont, and the Travelodge Southbank Melbourne skirt the perimeter of the gardens.

What are the Benefits or Drawbacks of Staying at a Hotel Near the Royal Botanic Gardens?

When the gardens open at 7:30 a.m., catch the first glimpse of a beautiful sunrise amidst flowers and birds, especially the majestic black swan. In the summer, the gardens draw locals and tourists. Many schools plan field trips before summer break.

What Do I Need to Know About the Royal Botanic Gardens?

A Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne wedding is spectacular. The gardens are free of charge. Dogs are welcome on a leash as long as you pick up after them and please don’t feed the birds.

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