With its unique combination of historic opulence and cutting-edge urban style, InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto incorporates one of the city's last remaining examples of 19th Century Victorian Gothic architecture. Behind this Gothic facade sits 253 exquisitely stylish and modern guest rooms and suites with accommodation that immaculately blends comfort and luxury.
Dining in Melbourne with InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto
Market Lane Bar, located on the ground floor is an inviting nook in which to gaze at the hotel's impressive light filled atrium and enjoy afternoon tea. At night the bar transforms into a seductive lounge, complimented by one of Melbourne's largest whiskey selections.
Alluvial Restaurant, located level to Flinders Lane and spanning the base of the hotel's glass atrium is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. The philosophy behind Alluvial (whose name refers to gold baring soil and is a nod to Melbourne's Gold Rush history) is showcasing the best Victorian produce.
Bluestone Wine Lounge is a welcoming and comfortable space. The wine lounge serves tapas style dishes alongside a more substantial bar menu and some of Australia's best wines.
Within walking distance of InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto are some of Melbourne's best restaurants including the recently relocated Vue de Monde and Guy Grossi's Merchant.
This five star Melbourne hotel also offers guests premium lifestyle options; such as the 10th floor glass encased swimming pool, spa and gym.
If relaxation is a priority then East Day Spa is the ideal retreat from the bustling CBD. East Day Spa combines modern European beauty treatments and Asian traditions in a fusion of healing and pampering. A haven of calm, where East meets West, East Day Spa is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto, a five star hotel in the Melbourne CBD is an experience to remember.