VIC Tourism welcomes Hotel Claremont Guest House in South Yarra, find and discover wonderful places to visit in South Yarra.Hotel Claremont Guest House is a unique budget style accommodation located on multi-million dollar real estate. Hotel Claremont Guest House is a tastefully restored 77 room 1886 Victorian Guest House catering for budget conscious travellers, so you can spend less on your sleep, more on shopping, sport, or scenic attractions. A stay at the Claremont Guest House puts you within easy reach of everything that's great about Melbourne. Easy access to Melbourne City Centre ten minutes by tram or train. Walking distance to many attractions. Famous Chapel Street only 100 metres from the front door. Easy access to Federation Square, Queen Victoria Markets, Yarra River, Southbank, Casino, Royal Botanic Gardens, St Kilda, Melbourne Cricket Ground,and the Tennis Centre. The Guest House is surrounded by cafe's, restaurants, shops, cinemas, galleries, antiques, pubs and night clubs. The Claremont offers 77 bright airy rooms, 24 hour reception, internet cafe and free wireless internet, guest laundry, on premises pharmacy and gifts, book exchange, tour phone, television and telephone in all rooms, shared bathrooms located in the corridors close to rooms, complimentary tea and coffee at all times, comfortable dining room and guest lounge. All linen and towels are provided, rooms serviced weekly. Discounts available for group bookings. Continental breakfast is included and consists of cereals, tinned fruits, toast, preserves, fruit juice, tea and coffee. Transfer service available to and from Tullamarine Airport between 6am to 6pm from $20 one way. If it is Day Tours you're after the friendly Claremont staff will have you happy-snapping away at Victoria's famous Penguin Parade or Great Ocean Road faster than you can say "cheese"! There are a number of great trips to take, so make sure you book at Reception during your stay.
Hotel Claremont Guest House has some interesting information on why Australia is called the land down under?
Australia is known as 'the land Down Under' for its position in the southern hemisphere. The discovery of Australia began when European explorers searched for land under the continent of Asia. Before Australia was discovered, it was known as Terra Australis Incognita the unknown southern land.
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