Mantra 100 Exhibition

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

100 Exhibition St, (formerly Pacific International Apartments), Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia
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Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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Very Good
43%
115
Average
24%
64
Poor
8%
22
Terrible
6%
17

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 34% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Couples75
  • Solo68
  • Business56

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skybus stoppage at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne

by asingh

Does the Skybus make a stop at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne when travelling from the International Airport.?

How much does it cost for one way travel?

Re: skybus stoppage at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne

by nattybabe

The Skybus stops at Southern Cross Station. From there you can get a taxi, tram or walk. Taxi would be best. Number 96 heading to Melbourne University.

Re: skybus stoppage at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne

by nattybabe

Sorry - number 96 TRAM!! :D

Re: skybus stoppage at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne

by sirgaw

Citadines is a new hotel and not on the Skybus list http://www.skybus.com.au/service-info-buses-and-transfers-to-melbourne-from-airport/#hotelservice , however I would believe they do stop there. You'd take the bus from the airport and then transfer to a smaller bus and that would eventually get to the hotel. Cost is $A16 per person.

3 people travelling together would be same price as catching a taxi from airport to hotel - off peak about $A50 including tolls ($2 airport toll, $4.10 expressway toll). 4 people its cheaper by taxi!!!!

Re: skybus stoppage at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne

by Kakapo2

As there are plenty of other hotels in the vicinity that are on the shuttle route from Spencer St Station, I am sure there will be no problem. Before taking a taxi (worst-case scenario ;-)) - just ask.

Re: skybus stoppage at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne

by sirgaw

>Before taking a taxi (worst-case scenario ;-)) - just ask.

Now, now Sissi, you trying to take food from a colleagues mouth (I drive taxis here in Melbourne, Australia, and NO I'm not trying to drum up business for myself as I only do 3 shifts a week and start a LONG way from the airport)

Lets ask original poster how many people travelling together - 3 or more, take a taxi as it will be cheaper and MUCH quicker than the Skybus.

Re: skybus stoppage at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne

by leffe3

Agree with Sirgaw (and I don't drive taxis)! :) 3 or more and a taxi is cheaper than Skybus.

And just to clarify the earlier posting, Skybus is $16 one way from airport to Spencer St and they provide free transport to hotel from there. (A return, valid for 3 months, is $26 – and that makes it cheaper for 3 people to travel both ways by Skybus, and about the same for 4. If there are kids in the party, tickets are cheaper - under 14s are only $6).

Free hotel transfer from Spencer St goes to Quest on Bourke - virtually next door to Citadines. So no problem there if you do take Skybus.

Re: skybus stoppage at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne

by Kakapo2

LOL David, I knew that you would say this. I had considered an apology before describing the worst-case scenario ;-))

Re: skybus stoppage at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne

by sirgaw

Thanks Sissi, although I've only got 4 weeks to go and then retirement, so I won't care after that - LOL

Re: skybus stoppage at Citadines 131 Bourke street Melbourne

by Kakapo2

But we should try to recommend your taxi trips for the remaining time, so you can fund some fun after your retirement ;-))

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Flinder st station

by fishandchips

The station at Flinders street is a wonderful old building serving the train loving people of Melbourne. I have used this station for transport since 1977 and the place has only gotten grubbier since then!! Plenty of trains arrive & leave with lots of platforms for a busy popoulation. In the photo you can see a number of clocks (9 in total) just above the entrance - this is apparently a traditional meeting place for locals and visitors!!

Melbourne CBD

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No doubt you will at some point, find yourself in Melbournes Central Business District (CBD). I am constantly impressed by the style in which new buildings compliment older buildings. This ability to mix new with old is evident in many facets of Melbourne.
During the week, the CBD will be bustling with people, traffic & tourists. During the weekends however, its a lot quieter and even a little spooky in some streets, just because there are so fewer people than there usually are. I recommend doing the CBD mid-week, when its a more exciting atmosphere and more to look at!

Build in 1775 in Great Aytonn...

by Ronald_T

Build in 1775 in Great Aytonn (near Middlesbrough), England, this building was purchased in 1933 by Sir Russel Grimwade as a centenary gift to the State of Victoria. It is still amazing that lots of Australians do not know that Captain Cook never lived in Australia. This cottage is in fact the house of his parents, the place where he was born. Cook's cottage had been rebuilt in the Fitzroy Gardens to commemorate the voyages of an outstanding navigator. Another misunderstanding about Captain James Cook is that most people think that he did discover Australia. In fact, the first European who was landed in Australia was the Dutch Captain Dirk Hartog with his trading Ship, 'The Eendracht'. I write more about the discovering on my Australia page. Moreover, you can feature gardens, maps, journal and navigational items from the 1700's. I recommend visiting this historical site along with the surrounding gardens and Conservatory.

Melbourne is justly proud of...

by Juliet67

Melbourne is justly proud of the National Gallery of Art, with its wonderful collection of art treasures, including the stained glass ceiling of the Grat Hall, by Leonard French. Another great asset is The Sidney Myer Music Bowl, in the Alexandra Gardens.

Tennis anyone?

by phillarkins

In january of each year the australian open tennis tournament is held in melbourne. It is a very popular event and finals tickets can be quite rare. It is a fantastic way to spend a day if you are around that time. sun screen

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 Mantra 100 Exhibition

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Address: 100 Exhibition St, (formerly Pacific International Apartments), Melbourne, Victoria, 3000, Australia