Comfort Inn & Suites Essendon

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

93 Bulla Rd., North Essendon, Melbourne, 3041, Australia
Comfort Inn & Suites Essendon
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Costs 37% less but rated 36% lower than other 4 star hotels

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Melbourne Cup

by hanwilks

Help - have been given the job of booking accomodation for a group of 8 females for Melbourne Cup - is it too late? The city seems to be sold out?! Any advice? We would want to be no further than 12km from CBD/Flemmington. Thanks!

Re: Melbourne Cup

by TheWanderingCamel

I'm sure there must still be places to be had in the city and you haven't given any indication of your budget but you might like to look at these apartments.

http://www.punthill.com.au/melbourne-accommodation/essendon.html

Essendon is 14km from the CBD but only 5-6km from Flemington and there is good public transport into the city.

Re: Melbourne Cup

by johnfromoz

Don't know your budget or the style of accommodation you are after but try www.armadaleapartments.com.au/ they still have 2 bedroom apartments available & are right by a tram stop.

Re: Melbourne Cup

by chinamonty

You could also try The Nunnery in Carlton. It is near the Exhibition Buildings so it is close by the CBD.

Re: Melbourne Cup

by leffe3

What you also have to remember is that Melbourne Cup week is premium period for hotels - many charge 100% more per night than the normal rate.

You may want/need to look at accommodation on St Kilda Rd (quite a few to chose from) and St Kilda itself. It's about 5kms from the city (and St Kilda Rd runs from the city to St K) but advantage is there's direct trams to Flinders Lane Station and the special trains out to Flemington.

St Kilda is a bayside spot with lots of action.

Re: Melbourne Cup

by swissfondue

If you are thinking of taking the train to Flemington, with a hundred thousand other people then you should try to stay near Flinders Street Station, Southern Cross Station or North Melbourne station.

Budget accommodation is pretty much out of the question for the entire Spring Racing Carnival week. You know the saying "make hay while the sun shines". If you can find something I would book it straightaway.

There is availability on Melbourne Cup day on www.booking.com. The rate for the Oaks on Collins looks pretty reasonable. I would jump on this straightaway.

Re: Melbourne Cup

by swissfondue

Just realised you posted your questions on May 5. Hope you have found something by now.

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 Comfort Inn & Suites Essendon

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Address: 93 Bulla Rd., North Essendon, Melbourne, 3041, Australia