View from the top
VIEW FROM THE TOP
We are proud as punch that all of our Art Series locations rank in the top 30 highest rated hotels on TripAdvisor based on traveller reviews, with The Larwill Studio taking the lead as the number 1 hotel in Melbourne. We aim to make each individual experience unique and inspired, ensuring that your stay is one to be remembered. So go on, take a trip and book in a stay and play today.
The Larwill Studio is just a stones throw from the CBD in Melbourne's Northern suburb of Parkville, surrounded by picturesque parklands and city skylines. Take an adventure to the Zoo, enjoy a grazing day at Queen Victoria Markets or just kick back and take some time out in the workspaces. As soon as you enter The Larwill Studio you will fall in love with its playful charm.
We aren’t the only ones that think The Larwill Studio is the bees knees. TripAdvisor travellers far and wide have voted for this little gem as the best hotel in Melbourne.
For the past year for 54 days it's sat at #3, 94 days at #2 and 206 days (and counting) at #1.
Our other 6 hotels are sitting in the top 30 best hotels too, we don't like to brag, ok maybe we do...
STAY : The Larwill Studio # 1 of 159 hotels in Melbourne
EAT & DRINK : Smith + Singleton
PLAY : Melbourne Zoo
STAY : The Cullen #1 of 2 hotels in Prahran
EAT & DRINK : Gramercy Social
PLAY : Chapel Off Chapel
STAY : The Olsen #27 of 159 hotels in Melbourne
EAT & DRINK : Spoonbill Restaurant and Bar
PLAY : Palace Cinema Como
STAY : The Blackman #12 of 159 Hotels in Melbourne
EAT & DRINK : Classico
PLAY : National Gallery of Victoria
STAY : The Watson #1 of 2 Hotels in Walkerville
EAT & DRINK : Local Grind
PLAY : Adelaide Botanic Gardens
STAY : The Johnson #22 of 157 Hotels in Brisbane
EAT & DRINK : Tumbling Stone Restaurant & Bar
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