Inspired by Melbourne’s beloved laneways, Ovolo Laneways is located right in the heart of the city on Little Bourke Street. This hotel is oh-so-cool with quirky, yet stylish interiors by local artists and designers. When it comes to the rooms, the pièce de résistance is the Penthouse, which has awesome city views from the outdoor terrace and rooftop hot tub, two bathrooms, an Apple TV, Nintendo Wii, iPod Sound System and plenty of space for four guests. The hotel is also known for its all-inclusive service concept, which includes complimentary wi-fi, mini-bar, happy hour and breakfast.
Entries close 15 May, 2015. Terms and conditions apply. See full terms and conditions. Special terms: Excludes blackout dates, and must be claimed before 31 August 2015. Maximum four persons staying and maximum eight persons in the room at any one time. This prize is not to be used to host an event. Must book direct with Ovolo Laneways
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