This SPG property represents great value with modern rooms, good facilities, and easy access to the airport and CBD. Plus, why you should wait until March to book if redeeming Starpoints.
While the rooms are clean and fairly spacious, the staff are friendly and there’s nothing particularly wrong with the place, there’s also nothing to get you coming back here when Melbourne’s hotel scene is pretty competitive.
The Sheraton Melbourne is, as a Starwood loyalist, my go to hotel when travelling to Melbourne. It’s not very big, but makes up for it’s size with a good location, modern and comfortable rooms and good service.
Stylish design, a convenient location, great food and drink, a beautiful wellness centre, and pretty good wifi are the attractions of this hotel but my experience was let down by a couple of customer service bungles. There may be some more cost-effective options to lay your head for the night.
This Starwood property has a funky design, with excellent parking, close proximity to the airport and great value.
AA is revamping their Business and First Class lounges across its major hubs. Here is what I thought of the Miami lounge, with access granted to Qantas Gold and above members even on domestic AA flights.
We take a look at Virgin Australia’s largest lounge, last refurbished and doubled in size during 2014 to cope with the increase in passenger load.
A comfortable lie-flat seat and great catering with professionalism of the crew needing to be improved. A good use of Qantas Points and Asia Miles.
Velocity members can use their points on these flights but is it worth it? Here is what to expect from the seat, cabin crew and dining options onboard a Delta First Class flight within the US.