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Where to stay near Queen Victoria Market

Queen Victoria Market Hotels

Wafts of fragrant smoke drift across the Queen Victoria Market as barbecue masters fill the air with the sizzle and pop of roasting meats, and children listen wide-eyed to an animated storyteller dressed like Peter Pan. With 7 hectares of restaurants, food carts, and artisan shops, the Market is a bustling hub of delectable delights and the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere. Lined with a dizzying array of shops and stalls, it's easy to find yourself staring in awe at mounds of vivid dragon fruit and glossy cases filled with fresh fish, seafood, and beautifully butchered meats.

Things to see

Search for stunning Australian opals in the General Merchandise Sheds and head down String Bean Alley to look for hand-crafted treasures. Throughout the summer, Queen Victoria Market is open every Wednesday night for visitors to choose from a veritable global feast as 50 street food traders offer delicacies from around the world. Head to nearby Southbank Promenade and catch a show at the Art Centre, or catch a steamboat and take in the sights of Melbourne as you float down the Yarra River. Walk to nearby Collins Street and explore exhibitions at the elegant Old Treasury Building Museum. Be regaled by stories of Eureka, Ned Kelly, Chinese settlers, and others that have shaped Victoria, then take a break for a cuppa at the historic Hopetoun Tea Rooms in the exquisite The Block Arcade.

Hotels in Queen Victoria Market

Only a quick tram journey from Etihad Stadium and Crown Casino, hotels near Queen Victoria Market range from 3.5 star hotels to 4.5 star hotels. Known for their sleek, modern interiors, the luxury hotels such as Jasper Hotel offer in-house restaurants and bars, car services, and assistance with tickets. Some offer childcare. Budget hotels near Queen Victoria Market have contemporary interiors and offer basic amenities such as air conditioning and laundry services. With so many entertainments to choose from, the Queen Victoria Market neighbourhood is a fun-filled destination for both families and adult travellers. Nova Stargate Apartment Hotel is a top mid-range option.

Where to stay

Queen Victoria Market is a haven for foodies, artists, and shoppers alike, and with so many special events available, you'll want to stay close by so you don't miss out on a single concert, festival, or tour. Look for hotel rooms near Queen Victoria Market on Elizabeth, Peel, or Therry Streets. These locations have a selection of hotels to suit every budget, as well as hostels and vacation rentals.

How to get to Queen Victoria Market

International visitors often arrive in Melbourne via the Melbourne Airport and find excellent accommodation in the city. Once you are in Melbourne, whether you're travelling by train, bus, bike, or tram, it's easy to get to the Queen Victoria Market. If your hotel doesn't provide a shuttle, take the train to Melbourne Central Station or Flagstaff Station and you're only a 7 minute walk away. Hop on the Melbourne Visitor Shuttle and get off at stop 8, or clamber aboard the free City Circle tram and take the 19, 57 or 59 to Stop 7, Elizabeth St or Tram 55 to Stop 9, Peel St. If cycling is more your style, major bike lanes lead to the Market via Royal Parade and Victoria street and there is plenty of free bike parking once you arrive. Car parks are also available for anyone driving to the Market.