Accommodation

Special accommodation rates have been secured at the following hotels. All hotels are located within walking distance to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre making them perfectly situated for the AHISA Leading, Learning & Caring Conference.

Further information on the hotels, rates, and cancellation policies are available during the conference registration process.

Novotel South Wharf

(4 Stars)
Standard Queen Room - $250

The newly built four-star Novotel Melbourne South Wharf stands proudly in one of Melbourne's oldest locations, the historic South Wharf promenade. In contrast to the maritime docks and cargo sheds, is the contemporary architecture of Melbourne's newest buildings and attractions. The hotel is complemented with direct access to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre (MCEC), the Southern Hemisphere's largest meeting space.

Pan Pacific 

(5 Stars)
Deluxe King Room - $230

Work, play and discover this vibrant city along the Yarra River. Enjoy waterfront living and let us see to all your needs at Pan Pacific Melbourne, a premier amongst many Melbourne hotels, as you explore the South Wharf precinct and the bustling Melbourne Convention Centre. Pan Pacific Melbourne is the ideal choice for meetings and events with five-star facilities and direct access to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Crowne Plaza

(4 Stars)
Standard King Room - $210

Experience the beauty, culture and vibrancy that Melbourne is renowned for. Stay in the heart of the City in affordable accommodation near to Melbourne CBD, public transport links, and all the best things to see and do.

Crowne Plaza Melbourne is nestled right on the Yarra River, only steps away from the restaurants and bars of the South Wharf precinct, CBD shopping, and South Melbourne with its popular cafes and markets. Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre is a 2-minute walk from Crowne Plaza Melbourne.

Crown Metropol

(5 Stars)
Standard King Room - $275

Crown Metropol redefines style as Melbourne’s most striking and sophisticated hotel. This urban oasis combines modern accommodation with contemporary service. The younger sibling of Crown Towers and Crown Promenade, the bold, distinctive, and aesthetically appealing Crown Metropol which opened its doors in 2010 was designed by Bates Smart and has been described as an architectural feat for Melbourne’s landscape. With 658 rooms, Crown Metropol Melbourne is one of Australia’s largest hotels, yet the wave-shape design of the building cleverly creates a boutique hotel feel. As guests enter the lobby, the personality of the hotel resonates — from the giant decorative timber balls to the impressive ribbon staircase, the hotel is beguiling, tactile, inviting and warm. Located on the corner of Whiteman and Clarendon Streets in Southbank, Crown Metropol is a ten-minute walk to the CBD and is conveniently joined to the wider Crown Melbourne complex via an undercover sky bridge.

Crown Promenade

(4 Stars)
Standard Kind Room - $250

The 465 room Crown Promenade Melbourne opened its doors in 2003 and offers sleek, stylish, affordable accommodation with a modern design featuring natural light, earthy tones with wood and stone finishes that extends from the lobby to the guest rooms. Located in the heart of Melbourne’s vibrant Southbank entertainment precinct, guests of Crown Promenade can easily access the wider Crown Melbourne complex via a sky bridge. The hotel is also close to the CBD, Crown Conference Centre, the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) and many of the city’s most famous arts and sporting facilities.

Crown Promenade is also the perfect base for corporate travellers with its dedicated business facilities and meeting rooms.