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Tolarno Hotel features original local artwork, stylish guest rooms and free WiFi. The property awards art prizes to the outstanding works of students from local colleges, and these master pieces are exhibited in the hotel’s foyer.
The air-conditioned guest rooms are fitted with a fridge, a microwave and a flat-screen TV. Each features unique art pieces, blending vibrant colours with an artistic ambience.
Hotel Tolarno is a 10-minute walk from Acland Street Galleries and the Grand Prix Track. It is a 12-minute walk from Sunday Esplanade Market. Palais Theatre is 3 minutes’ drive away. Airport shuttle services are available at a cost.
Children and extra beds
Accepted credit cards
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Air Conditioning
- All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
- Baggage Storage
- Daily Housekeeping
- Designated Smoking Area
- Dry Cleaning
- Family room
- Meeting/Banquet Facilities
- Non-smoking Rooms
- Room Service
- Shuttle Service
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St Kilda is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 6 km south-east of Melbourne’s Central Business District. Its local government area is the City of Port Phillip. At the 2011 Census, St Kilda had a population of 17,795.
St Kilda was named after a schooner Lady of St Kilda (which moored at the main beach for much of 1841) by Charles La Trobe and the ship’s master and early settler Lieutenant James Ross Lawrence.
During the Edwardian and Victorian eras, St Kilda became a favoured suburb of Melbourne’s elite, and many palatial mansions were constructed along its hills and waterfront. Shortly after the turn of the 20th century, St Kilda served a similar function for Melburnians as did Coney Island to the residents of New York City and its history draws an interesting parallel. Densely populated postwar St Kilda became Melbourne’s red-light district, home to low-cost rooming houses. Since the late 1960s, St Kilda has become known for its culture of bohemianism and as home to many prominent artists, musicians and subcultures, including punks, LGBT and techno scene. While some of these groups still maintain a presence in St Kilda, in recent years the district has experienced rapid gentrification pushing many lower socio-economic groups out to other areas.
St Kilda is home to many of Melbourne’s famous visitor attractions including Luna Park, the Esplanade Hotel, Acland Street and Fitzroy Street. It is home to St Kilda Beach, Melbourne’s most famous beach, several renowned theatres and several of Melbourne’s big events and festivals.