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Accessible accommodation

There’s a great range of accessible accommodation in central Melbourne.


There are accessible rooms and apartments across the central city, close to Melbourne's restaurants, theatres, events and venues. When booking, request the accessible room to ensure your access needs are met.

First up, check out What’s On Melbourne’s best accessible hotels​ of our city’s top 12 hotelsOpens in new tab that have accessible, inclusive rooms. Making the list are QT Melbourne, Hyatt Centric, Voco Melbourne Central, Quincy Hotel Melbourne, Grand Hyatt, W Melbourne, Lancemore Crossley St, the Ritz-Carlton and more.​​

Here's some more great options

  • Adina Apartment Hotel MelbourneOpens in new tab is centrally located at 189 Queen Street, Melbourne. It has three accessible one-bedroom apartments that can fit three people in each. There is a small ramp from the street to the lobby. Rooms are accessible by lift, and accessible parking is available on site. 
  • Crown Metropol MelbourneOpens in new tab is at 8 Whiteman Street, Southbank. It features seven accessible rooms each with one king bed, wide pathways and entrance and wheelchair-accessible bathrooms. The hotel’s street entrance is flat and wheelchair-accessible.
  • DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel MelbourneOpens in new tab is at 270 Flinders Street, Melbourne. It has a flat entrance and six accessible rooms with wheelchair-accessible showers. Each accessible room is 26 square metres.
  • ibis hotels and apartmentsOpens in new tab are at 15-21 Therry Street, Melbourne. It includes four accessible, one-bedroom apartments which each sleep up to a maximum of three guests. The hotel entrance is via a ramp to reception. The carpark is accessible via stairs only. 
  • The Langham MelbourneOpens in new tab is located at 1 Southgate Avenue, Southbank. There are two accessible rooms, one is a king room and one is a twin room with two double beds. Entrance to the hotel from street level is via a lift. 
  • The Larwill StudioOpens in new tab is at 48 Flemington Road, Parkville, just outside the central city. The hotel features four accessible rooms, all with king beds. The hotel’s street entry is flat, with reception accessible via a lift.
  • Novotel Melbourne South WharfOpens in new tab can be found within DFO South Wharf at 7 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf. The hotel has five accessible rooms, all containing one queen bed. The hotel entrance is on level 5 of the DFO building and is accessed via a lift. 
  • Oaks on Market serviced apartmentsOpens in new tab are at 60 Market Street, Melbourne. The building’s entrance has a wheelchair accessible lift. Five accessible studio apartments (each sleeping two people) are available, and one two-bedroom apartment. All five apartments have wheelchair-accessible showers.
  • The Savoy Hotel on Little CollinsOpens in new tab is at 630 Little Collins Street, Melbourne. The hotel has a flat entrance from the street and rooms are accessed via a lift. It has two accessible rooms, one king and one queen. 
  • The Victoria HotelOpens in new tab is located at 215 Little Collins Street, Melbourne. It has seven accessible rooms, all with queen and single bed. The entrance to the hotel is flat and rooms are accessible via a lift.  
  • The Westin MelbourneOpens in new tab is at 205 Collins Street, Melbourne. It has an accessible king room and an accessible twin room with two double beds. The room doors are 88 cm wide. The rooms feature automatic doors, lower sinks and power points, a roll-in shower and a railing near the toilet. 

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