Owner has decorated public spaces with own collection of original art.
When the Australian Open Tennis tournament bounces through town, players choose one hotel above all others. Ditto for racers in the Melbourne Grand Prix. And when the Melbourne International Film Festival touches down - well, you get the idea.
Located on tree-lined Collins Street, ground zero of Australian cool, The Westin Melbourne attracts a steady parade of the rich, famous, and famously rich. Spacious rooms and suites - there are 262 in total - overlook a number of the city's top landmarks including St. Paul's Cathedral, the neo-Gothic masterpiece that once stood taller than any building in Melbourne. Marble bathrooms, high-speed internet, and the Westin's own Heavenly Beds are featured in every room.
On one level, both literally and figuratively, The Westin Melbourne is a business hotel, with an entire floor dedicated to meeting and even facilities. Downstairs, the award-winning Allegro Restaurant opens onto a private terrace overlooking Collins Street.