New year and new look for Hotel Lindrum

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The darling of Melbourne’s accommodation scene, Hotel Lindrum – a member of the M Gallery Collection – has unveiled a transformation of its 59 guest rooms. Award-winning interiors firm Bates Smart Architects have refreshed the boutique hotel, creating welcoming retreats of calm in the heart of vibrant Melbourne.

An airy colour palette of neutrals and crisp white accentuate the spacious feeling of the rooms, while earthy tones add warmth. Soaring high ceilings and well-trodden wooden floorboards hark back to the hotel’s former life as Melbourne’s famed Lindrum Billiard Centre.

Guests can celebrate Hotel Lindrum’s revitalisation with the ‘Memorable Moment’ package, including a private billiard lesson with Robby Foldvari, a triple World Billiard Champion, as well as five-course degustation dinner for two and overnight accommodation in a Junior Suite for $1570.


Aware of the importance of a good night’s sleep after busy days exploring lively Melbourne, Hotel Lindrum has updated all rooms with the latest five-star Accor bed which is hand stitched locally in Victoria. In addition to the new custom-made mattresses, bespoke bed heads dressed in silk chenille add a sophisticated touch to the rooms. Appelles Apothecary amenities using certified organic Australian ingredients have also been introduced into the bathrooms.

New Samsung Smart LCD televisions and Philips Dual Docking stations have been installed, giving guests access to the very latest in technology. Furthermore, every guest room at Hotel Lindrum includes complimentary Wi-Fi.

With its prime location on Flinders Street, Hotel Lindrum is in the heart of Australia’s fashion and dining capital. Walking distance to some of Melbourne’s most renowned eateries, the hotel is also on the doorstep to some of the city’s main draw cards including Melbourne Cricket Ground, Tennis Centre, Melbourne’s Casino, Convention & Exhibition Centre. Boutique shopping is a stone’s throw away as is the Victorian Arts Centre, Federation Square, Southbank Precinct and Hamer Hall.

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