Name of hotel
Adelphi first opened in 1993 – by Denton Corker Marshall, a renowned Melbourne architecture firm.
Adelphi Hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Melbourne in trendy Flinders Lane, in close proximity to all of the cities best cafés, bars, restaurants, shopping precincts and attractions.
Walking distance to:
Adelphi Hotel is very centrally located within the Melbourne CBD. A great number of the city’s finest sites and attractions are within walking distance or just a quick tram ride away:
Size and style:
A boutique 34-room hotel. Adelphi Hotel offers a variety of rooms and suites, catering to differing needs and occasions.
Adelphi’s guest profile is made up of approximately 75 per cent Australian travellers and 25 per cent international travellers, and of these 50 per cent are leisure guests and 50 per cent are corporate visitors. The hotel also hosts a range of the arts, fashion, music, advertising communities, older travellers such as regional Victorians, and varying international family travellers.
Adelphi Hotel and Om Nom Kitchen are both family friendly. The hotel’s quirky design (swinging chairs, liquorice allsorts stools) is a hit with the kids, and the all inclusive movie channel offers a range of children’s options. Om Nom also offers a children’s high tea menu and a delicious new mocktail menu.
The hotel offers chauffeured limousine service upon request. The fastest and most direct way to Adelphi Hotel is by taxi or Uber, which should take between 30 and 40 minutes depending on the time of day. Alternatively, there are two main shuttle bus services – Starbus and Skybus – which make regular trips to and from the airport and CBD. Each shuttle costs A$18.00 one way or A$30-A$35 return.
On-site dining and drinking facilities:
Om Nom Kitchen: Melbourne’s first dessert-themed restaurant. Guests to the restaurant will be wowed by the world-class dessert menu created by Executive Pastry Chef, Jo Ward, along with an array of mouth-watering savoury dishes. Om Nom Kitchen is also renowned for its theatrical cocktail menu – think champagne bubble baths and nitro tea party.
Attached to Adelphi Hotel you’ll also find Mon Bijou event space and the award winning Ezard restaurant, located in the basement level of the building.
There is a secure car parking station located next door to the hotel on Flinders Lane. Parking is available 24 hours per day. Upon request, our receptionist will issue you with a follow-up ticket, which will grant you a discounted rate of A$16.00 per exit within a 24-hour time frame (or a flat weekend rate of A$15.00). The car park height is 2.05 metres.
Yes – the iconic Adelphi rooftop pool with a glass bottom over-hanging Flinders Lane.
Eco and community initiatives:
For each day that guests (staying more than one night) opt not to have their towels and bed linen laundered, Adelphi Hotel will pass on the cost saving and donate A$2.00 to a choice of one of four local charities :
With the best of Melbourne’s sights and attractions right on your doorstep, there is no limiting what you can do. Stroll through the city’s best shopping precincts, treat yourself to cocktails at Om Nom Kitchen before a football game or show, take in the best view of Flinders Lane from the Adelphi rooftop and pool, and enjoy all of the foodie goodness that Melbourne has to offer. If you sight see too hard on your first day, you could always stay in the comfort of your room and enjoy the free movie channels and minibar.
Adelphi Hotel and Om Nom Kitchen have been host to an array of celebrity guests over the years, including Rodger Federer, Jennifer Hawkins, Justin Bieber, Tim Cahill, Craig David, Delta Goodrem and Anthony LaPaglia (to name a few).