Name of hotel
Sofitel Melbourne on Collins
Situated at the prestigious Paris end of Collins Street.
Walking distance to
Numerous heritage buildings, shopping boutiques and alfresco dining culture.
Size and Style
Spacious and elegant in design, the 363 guest rooms and 12 event spaces are luxuriously appointed and beautifully furnished.
The Sofitel caters to clientele who are modern, chic, fond of art and all things French.
Yes. The No35 restaurant has a children’s menu available.
Rental vehicles, limousines, taxis and shuttles to the airport from the hotel can be organised with the Concierge.
You need to know
The Sofitel Melbourne is known for its views. Starting from the 36th floor, each guest room has a unique and different aspect of Melbourne.
On-site dining and drinking facilities
The Sofitel’s restaurant, lounge and bar offer French inspired gastronomy with a modern twist.
Sofi’s Lounge: Open daily, Sofi’s Lounge is an expansive gallery featuring an array of exhibited artworks, fresh flowers, natural light and a lofty ceiling. Located on level one of Sofitel Melbourne On Collins, it is a hub for business meetings and leisurely high teas that can be enjoyed throughout the day.
Atrium Bar on 35: Open from 5pm each night, discover an ambient space beneath a stunning mirrored fifteen-floor canopy. The Atrium Bar on 35 serves the best Champagne, signature cocktails, boutique beers and fine wine and light meals.
No35: Located on level 35 of the hotel, No35 restaurant offers sophisticated dining surrounded by contemporary artwork and breathtaking views of Melbourne. The restaurant serves modern cuisine using fresh local ingredients matched with attentive service and an outstanding wine selection.
Yes, at a charge of A$55 per day for hotel guests.
Yes, with views overlooking MCG and Rod Laver Arena.
Eco and community initiatives
Sofitel Melbourne on Collins adheres to Planet 21, a sustainable development program which focuses on continual improvements to waste management strategies, reducing the use of natural resources and supporting local communities.
Dame Joan Collins, Luciano Pavarotti, Lady Gaga, Serena Williams and Frederik, Crown Prince of Denmark.