Causeway Hotels boast a prime location in the heart of the central business district. Each hotel is well suited for both the business and leisure traveller. Contemporary in design, each property is perfectly positioned within Melbourne city.
Melbourne is yours to discover with major businesses at your doorstep and many of the city’s top attractions within walking distance. All three hotels are surrounded by international eateries, trendy bars, fashion boutiques and famous shopping arcades.
Causeway Hotels are located at three convenient addresses:
Causeway Inn On The Mall: 327 Bourke Street Mall, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
Causeway 353 Hotel: 353 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
Hotel Causeway: 275 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000
Melbourne is a city with immense variety and character. It is home to a calendar of events and festivals throughout the year, offers a wide selection of renowned food and wine, a fabulous art scene as well as an abundance of entertainment options. This city is also known to be the sporting capital of Australia. Melbourne is a creative, exciting and ever changing city with many surprises and something new to discover every day.
Populated with historical arcades and vibrant laneways Melbourne continues to offer a variety of delights. The city laneways have been revitalised with a bustling café culture, street art and eclectic bars. A variety of cosy eateries, one-off shops and unique boutiques fill the many laneways throughout the city. If you are looking for retail therapy Melbourne’s charming and ornate arcades are just a stroll away.
Melbourne’s rich culture and ever changing cityscape showcases attractions aplenty. From the historical Queen Victoria Markets, Parliament House, Old Melbourne Gaol and Cook’s Cottage to contemporary architectural feats including Federation Square and The Arts Centre, Melbourne has it all. Hop on the iconic city circle tram or take a relaxing river cruise along the Yarra for entrée, view the magnificent city from Melbourne’s tallest building Eureka Skydeck 88 for mains, and stroll through the fine Royal Botanic Gardens for dessert. Discover Melbourne’s rich history during a visit to its many museums and marvel at local and international art in the NGV Australia and NGV International.
Priding itself in an overflowing events calendar, Melbourne is home to a multitude of national and international sporting events, locally and internationally created stage productions, major exhibitions and prominent festivals. Annual major sporting events including the Formula 1 Grand Prix, the Australian Open Tennis, Spring Racing Carnival and the AFL Grand Final draw in locals and visitors alike. Boasting a significant local arts and entertainment scene, Melbourne has something delectable on offer for every taste.
Delighting shoppers from near and far, Melbourne showcases an abundance of boutiques offering everything from locally designed clothing and accessories to international fashion labels. Dominating the bustling Bourke Street Mall, department stores Myer, David Jones and Zara entice keen shoppers with an extensive variety of quality goods and brands. Extending over two blocks and four levels, the Melbourne Central Shopping Centre invites customers to its close to 300 stores. Renowned shopping districts including Chapel Street, Brunswick Street and Docklands are located just outside the city’s central business district and are within easy reach by hopping on one of Melbourne’s famous trams. The city is a place for discovery filled with many shopping delights. From locally designed originals to the best of international brands you’ll be spoilt for choice in Melbourne’s shopping precincts. Explore department stores and shopping centres and meander through the city’s myriad arcades and laneways.
Melbourne is a foodie’s delight. Home to the annual Food & Wine Show in March, the city’s celebration of delectables does not end here. Numerous restaurants and bars are lining the main streets and many tucked away cafès are just waiting to be discovered . Smell the coffee during a morning stroll through one of Melbourne’s famous laneways before stopping for a hearty breakfast at one of the many cosy cafès. Venture to Lygon Street for hearty Italian cuisine, to Little Bourke Street for exotic Asian flavours, to Lonsdale Street for a Greek feast or to the Docklands precinct for a modern Australian menu. Discover Melbourne’s flavours and sights at the same time by taking a dinner cruise along the Yarra River or a ride on Melbourne’s famous Tram Restaurant. Wind down at the end of the day in one of Melbourne’s stylish bars, enjoy views over the city in a rooftop venue, or watch a sports game in a pub.
Festivals, sports events, concerts, musicals, theatre productions - there is always something on in Melbourne. After a grand firework display brings in the New Year and cricket as well as soccer entertain locals and visitors alike over the summer months, Melbourne proudly hosts the Australian Open Tennis in January. This is closely followed by the Formula 1 Grand Prix and the kick off to the Australian Football League season in late March. October and November is the season of the Spring Racing Carnival with Melbourne Cup day being the culmination of the event. Throughout the year, venues including Rod Laver Arena, Etihad Stadium, Hisense Arena and the Palais in St Kilda host a broad spectrum of music and entertainment acts. During the months of February and March, the Spiegeltent is home to a multitude of performances by Australian and international acts. The Melbourne International Comedy Festival in April warms Melbourne locals and visitors up with laughter. Her Majesty’s Theatre, The Regent Theatre and The Princess Theatre frequently host popular musicals. Past productions include The Phantom Of The Opera, The Lion King and Mary Poppins.
From street art in Hosier Lane to exhibits of international masters at the National Gallery of Victoria, visitors are sure to find something to admire. Melbourne has an abundance of laneways, some home to its famous cafè culture whilst others are ever-changing with creative and colourful pieces of street art. A walk through the city or even a guided tour will reveal one of Melbourne’s many appealing facets. There are a number of individual art and craft galleries concentrated in Flinders Lane and scattered throughout the Melbourne CBD and inner suburbs. Federation Square is home to the Ian Potter Centre, which is part of the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV). It houses the gallery’s Australian collection incorporating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art pieces, as well as items from both colonial and contemporary periods. The Federation Square complex also houses ACMI - The Australian Centre of the Moving Image - a space dedicated to film, television, video games and more. The centre frequently holds exhibitions, screenings, workshops and festivals. The NGV located on St Kilda Road is home to its international collection and regularly presents major temporary exhibitions.