Really impressed with this well appointed hotel.
Our room featured a seperate lounge and kitchenette. The big bathroom included a sensational spa.
Great facilities, good mini bar but would benefit from pod coffee facilities. Having said that you are very close to a range of terrific Melbourne cafes.
Great dining options on property, close-by or through Uber eats.
Well worth the visit.
We spent 2 nights in a ground floor room which was very quiet. Plenty of space; large bathroom and modern features made this stay very pleasant. We also dined in the attached restaurant and found the food and service to be very good although somewhat spoilt by the very loud crowd in the adjacent brew house.
This hotel is awesome from the phone call to make the reservation, Check in with Valet Parking, the Staff are Super Friendly the room is absolutely beautiful and so modern, then dinner well we had in room service the girl who delivered our meals was very friendly as well, our meals were such huge servings and ever so delicious.
I recommend this hotel 100% and I will be returning thank you Staff for an extremely pleasant stay you are what makes the hotel.😊😊
We stayed overnight at this hotel due to it being just down the road from a meeting we were having the following day. The staff at Reception were very pleasant and helpful. The bed was very comfy, the room was nice and we loved the shower. Our room had a private balcony which was a really nice place to sit. We didn't go to the restaurant but that is something we plan to do the next time we visit. Had no issues with parking even though we arrived early and the staff were happy for us to leave the car there until after our meeting. All in all a really nice stay
Room was a good size and very quiet, bed was large and very comfortable, staff were friendly and responded quickly to requests. Parking was expensive and when I stayed there, the car park was almost empty.
But as with many hotels, I often wonder if hotel designers ever stay in the hotels they design ? Some points from Hotel 115:
Why is the cupboard above the tea making cabinet not set back like in a normal kitchen so you don’t knock your head on the sharp steel door handles all the time ?
Why is the ‘smart tv’ not so smart and why do you need multiple button selections and have to trawl through menus to simply change channels ? Why aren’t there simple channel numbers to select instead ?
Why are the toilet roll holder and shower shelf located behind you and so difficult to reach ?
Why isn’t the shower shelf big enough to hold soap, shampoo and small nailbrush ?
Why are the lights and powerpoints on different circuits, some of which are governed by a master switch. This means all the bright room lights came on when I just wanted a dim bedlight during the night.
Why is there a gadget beside the bed (not a clock) which sounds an alarm which you didn’t set and can’t be turned off by pressing any of the six buttons on top ? I had to unplug it from the wall to silence it.