The Prince hotel, in the edgy and bohemian St Kilda district of Melbourne, simply oozes cool from the moment that guests cab pulls up outside its art deco façade.
It’s simply decorated communal spaces are moody and sophisticated, the rooms are stylish and comfortable and the Aurora Day Spa offers one of Victoria’s most luxurious and relaxing experiences.
The Prince is a boutique hotel offering style and substance for both leisure and corporate guests.
Aurora Spa Retreat has 12 treatment rooms including rooms for couples. Services include massages, facials, body wraps and body scrub.
Hotel offers 40 comfy guestrooms with cable/satellite television, private bathroom, complimentary toiletries and free Wi-Fi.
Circa restaurant is considered one of Melbourne’s best fine dining experiences; while Mink, the underground Vodka Bar, offers music, casual fare and exceptional vodka cocktails and The Prince’s public bar is regarded as a local landmark.
Number of floors: 4.
Number of rooms: 40.
Each of the 40 individually designed Melbourne hotel rooms at The Prince enjoys ample natural light, and some rooms boast views of Port Phillip Bay.
Room décor is a mix of natural materials, warm textures, custom made furniture along with extras such as MP3 compatibility and Bose Wave radios.
Further Melbourne hotel accommodation amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, luxury guest amenities by Aurora, Louis Roederer in the mini-bar and 24-hour guest reception.
All children under two years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
All children under two years stay free of charge for cots.
One child under 18 years is charged AUD 50 per night and person in an extra bed.
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is one.
A complimentary cooked-to-order breakfast is served each morning between 7am and 11am.
Circa, the Prince opens with a warm, welcoming, more relaxed ambiance after months of renovations. A glass roofed atrium set with eclectic designer furniture is the home of our Melbourne restaurant's main dining room, complete with a vertical kitchen garden. With three private dining rooms, each with balconies overlooking Fitzroy Street and the bay, Circa provides the best fine dining in Melbourne. The dining rooms are dramatically different from one another with individual style and decor from local furniture designers, retailers, artists and stylists.
Head Chef Jake Nicolson’s elegant and innovative dishes focus on the season's freshest produce. The rooftop deck features his kitchen garden with library-like shelves stocked with an assortment of fresh herbs and produce. His new menu offers more small plates and shared dishes and a world-class wine menu to match.
Room service (during limited hours) is available.
The hotel Prince provides visitors with a free continental breakfast.
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