Located on legendary Collins Street in the heart of the CBD, InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto is one of the city's leading world-class hotels.
Steps away is the vibrant Southbank, the Yarra River, the ever changing Docklands, leading tourist attractions, exclusive shops and boutiques and some of the best restaurants this cosmopolitan city has to offer. Completed in 1891 when Melbourne was the richest city in the world, the Rialto is as grand today as it was back then.
The hotel's 253 elegant rooms blend style with comfort. Beyond your guestroom, discover the outstanding Alluvial Restaurant, Rialto Bluestone Bar and Market Lane Bar. The 24-hour fitness centre offers a variety of cardiovascular, exercise and weight-training equipment
Intercontental Melbourne The Rialto is the perfect place for business accommodation or a luxurious weekend away.
The flashy new look of the old Rialto hotel on Collins Street starts in the lobby, with electric- blue lights illuminating the hotel, giving it a cyber vibe – yet the site has not lost its beautiful, historic appeal. The hotel is close to the fabulous boutiques in the laneways we all know and love. To protect your plastic from too much abuse, take a dip in the hotel’s fabulous indoor pool and ...read more
Really nice hotel with great five star service. The rooms are comfy, extremely clean well, sized and the staff are courteous. Was here for a weekend getaway with my partner and we enjoyed the continental breakfast. They also have a nice bar and live music playing every now and then. Good hotel for business trips as well as Melbourne getaways.
Me and my partner really enjoyed our stay over the weekend. The room was very lush and had a comfortable feel to it. The full buffet breakfast was delicious and in a stylish dining area. Most of all the service from the concierge's and the staff was fantastic, they were always smiling and really went out of there way to assist.
I really liked the Intercontinental Hotel. It doesn't have any amazing views so the rooms have to be extra special to ensure first class travellers aren't disappointed - and they're not. They are spacious, well appointed with good lighting, great beds and nice bathrooms. The hotel is also in a beautiful building which adds to the charm and the staff are very good, efficient and very helpful. I would have given the hotel 5 ticks had it not been for two annoying features. 1 was the fact they don't subscribe to the Sunday Herald Sun, Melbourne's most popular paper - couldn't find one anywhere, in the restaurant at breakfast or the lounge. The other was the 1.5% credit card surcharge at checkout. Hotels for years have insisted guests provide credit card imprints for security and during 25 plus years of staying in good hotels I've only ever witnessed one guest ever pay by cash - so paying by credit card is the norm, but having a hotel like this charge 1.5% on top is justread more