Windsor - The Hotel

Restaurants - Melbourne, VIC

5 Star Hotel & Restaurant - A Treasured Melbourne Landmark Since 1883

111 Spring St, Melbourne VIC 3000

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About Windsor - The Hotel

  • Dedicated and professional catering sales team
  • High quality cuisine & outstanding service
  • Professional event managers
  • Offering a superb dining experience
  • Providing comfortable 5 star accommodation
A stylish venue, innovative cuisine and attentive service will ensure a memorable event whatever the occasion.
The Hotel Windsor offers a superb dining experience in its renowned 111 Spring Street Restaurant. Open for breakfast, afternoon tea & dinner.

The elegant Winston Room was the hotel's original dining room in the late 1880's. The Winston Room offers elegance and style with all modern facilities and service. It caters for up to 30 guests seated on round tables or with a boardroom style set up to 24.

Meetings & Events

The Hotel Windsor is the ideal choice of Melbourne hotel venues for your next event, with four private function rooms catering from 10 up to 300 guests. All function rooms are located on the ground level of The Hotel Windsor Melbourne ensuring ease of access for your guests.

The Hotel Windsor has been serving traditional afternoon tea since 1883. Our hotel serves the famous afternoon tea to your table on a three-tiered silver stand and consists of freshly baked scones with jam and cream, exquisite pastries and finger sandwiches.

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  • How long does it take to get to and from the airport?

    Generally travel time to and from the Melbourne airport at Tullamarine by car or taxi is about 30 minutes. The airport bus takes approximately 1 hour. If you are travelling during rush hour add about 10 or 15 extra minutes. There is a secondary airport at Avalon from which a few domestic flights arrive and depart. Travel time to and from Avalon is about one hour. Add 10 to 15 minutes during rush hour. Private jets fly in and out of Essendon Airport, which is about 20 minutes from the hotel.

  • What is there to see and do close to the hotel?

    Parliament House, Treasury Gardens, Fitzroy Gardens, Captain Cooks Cottage, The MCG, Collins Street shopping, the Paris end of Collins Street, Collins Place, Chinatown, Federation Square, St Patrick's Cathedral, Carlton Gardens, Melbourne Museum, and The Royal Exhibition Buildings are all within a few blocks of the hotel.

  • Is tipping the custom in Australia?

    Tipping is not the norm in Australia although it is becoming more common, with patrons regularly tipping in fine dining restaurants. In general you should not feel obligated to tip but if you receive excellent service that you feel is worthy of a tip, your gesture would be welcomed and appreciated.