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About Comfort Hotel East Melbourne

Comfort Hotel East Melbourne resides in the leafy inner city suburb of East Melbourne, one of the city's historic areas, offering a unique oasis to the Melbourne experience. A 15 minute stroll to the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) will make sure you are in the heart of sporting action, and a short tram ride will see you sampling the best of what the city has to offer. Whether it's the smart dining within and around the city, authentic Vietnamese on Richmond's Victoria Street, fashion-forward, or wallet-friendly shopping that you're after, Comfort Hotel East Melbourne's prime position opens up your possibilities with your stay. Just walking distance to Epworth Freemasons Hospital, Epworth Freemasons Maternity Unit, and many other facilities in the area, Comfort Hotel East Melbourne is the choice of accommodation for hospital guests and visitors. Limited onsite complimentary car parking is available but getting around without a car is effortless with public trams two minutes from our doorstep. Walking to the city centre is always an option, with Fitzroy and Treasury Gardens making the journey a pleasant experience. Select from our deluxe suites and premier suites, with basic equipped kitchenette. Printing, photocopying, fax and email services are all available at the front reception. We also offer free wireless internet access in your rooms so you can keep in touch and feel at home, away from home.

  • Type: Hotel
  • Sleeps: 20
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM

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Important Information

Cancellation Policy:
No cancellations or refunds.

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Comfort Hotel East Melbourne is 0.2km from the centre of East Melbourne , the nearest airport 22.7km (Melbourne Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling