Cosmopolitan Hotel | Melbourne | Australia


Located in the heart of trendy St Kilda on the doorstep of Luna Park, The Esplanade, St Kilda Arts Markets, St Kilda Beach and Melbourne’s finest restaurants and shops, the Cosmopolitan Hotel stands out with its boutique interiors, breathtaking hospitality and incomparable value for money. This landmark icon immaculately redesigned with the latest luxury amenities and variety of accommodations to suit all needs, will assure an unforgettable and truly authentic Melbourne experience.

Carlisle Street, St. Kilda Beach, Melbourne
No of Rooms
86 contemporary hotel and apartment rooms
Room Types
  • Cosmo Petite
  • Cosmo Twin
  • Cosmo Studio
  • Cosmo Deluxe
  • Cosmo Deluxe Terrace
  • Cosmo Grand 1 Bedroom
  • Cosmo Grand 2 Bedroom
  • Cosmo Grand 1 Bedroom Terrace

Here are some interesting place around the hotel

On the doorstep of

  • St Kilda Beach
  • St Kilda Esplanade
  • St Kilda Market
  • St Kilda Pier
  • Palais Theatre
  • Luna Park Rod
  • St Kilda Sea Baths
  • Acland Street
  • Spirit of Tasmania
  • Albert Park (Grand Prix)
Pleasant walk to

  • Art center
  • Sport Venues
  • Aquatic Centre
  • Fitzroy Street
Short tram to

  • CBD
  • Melbourne Airport
  • Aquarium
  • Telstra Dome
  • MCG
  • Laver Arena


The Cosmopolitan Hotel offers a wide variety of stylish rooms to suit all types of budgets and needs.

All rooms enjoy the following features:

  • Superior Linen Down Pillows and sumptuous Duvets
  • Climate Control; Air-Conditioning and Heating
  • Flat Screen TV with Cable
  • IDD telephone
  • Broadband Internet
  • State-of-the-art Security with Room Safes
  • Hairdryer, Iron and Iron Board
  • Bar Fridge
Cosmo Petite

Cosmo Petite, are as the name suggests cute and cosy. Ideal for the single traveller or those on a petite budget. The room features a Double Bed.

Cosmo Twin

The Cosmo Twin is not your typical twin. Perfect for a girl’s or boy’s night out – leave the room with two but it sleeps four. Light, spacious and looks out over Carlisle Street. The room features Queen Bed, Single Bed & Day Bed, which can be converted to a Single Bed at an extra cost .

Cosmo Deluxe

The most popular accommodation in the hotel, a room fit for a king… a queen… or both. Business or pleasure the Deluxe goes quickly, so book early. The room features a King Bed.

Cosmo Deluxe Terrace

What’s more popular then a Cosmo Deluxe? Soak up the St Kilda sun, practice some yoga,  entertain or just enjoy the view on your own private balcony. The room features a King Bed.

Cosmo Studio

Managements favourite! The coolest rooms in the house, perfect for business or leisure the studio offers a lounge and kitchen. The room features a Queen Bed.

Cosmo Grand 1 Bedroom

Your home away from home, a big room in a big city. At 55m2 the Cosmo Grand I Bedroom’s are the most stylish apartments in St Kilda.

The room enjoys the following features:

  • Queen Bed
  • Kitchen Facilities, Lounge Area and Dining Area
  • 2 Flat Screen TV with Cable
Cosmo Grand 2 Bedroom

The Cosmo Grand II – The Godfather Suite, suitable for the whole family and at this price it will be “an offer you can’t refuse!”.

The room enjoys the following features:

  • Queen Bed & two Single Beds [If requested, prior to arrival, the two single beds can be zipped together to form a King bed]
  • Bath
  • Kitchen Facilities, Lounge Area & Dining Area
Cosmo Grand 1 Bedroom Terrace

Your home away from home, a big room in a big city. At 55m2 the Cosmo Grand I Bedroom’s are the most stylish apartments in St Kilda. Now with your own balcony.

The room enjoys the following features:

  • Queen Bed
  • Kitchen Facilities, Lounge Area & Dining Area
  • 2 Flat Screen TV with Cable


“La Kitchen” Bar and Restaurant

La Kitchen Bar & Cafe is located at street level of the Cosmopolitan Hotel, where you can start your day with a home-cooked breakfast including organics eggs & fresh juices. When you are too exhausted to come downstairs, ring through for an extensive room service menu.

Breakfasts may choose to be served indoors in its chic, white-red interior incorporating solid wood tones or on the outdoor patio soaking in the sun overlooking the hustle & bustle of Carlisle Street.

The hotel facilities include:

  • NEW Complimentary Fitness First Gym Passes
  • Security On-Site Parking
  • On-Site Guest Laundry Facilities
  • Secretarial Services
  • Concierge Services
  • Meetings and Conference Facilities
Don’t know what to do in Melbourne? Here are some of the most popular spots:
  • Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
    Enjoy a day walking through one of the best-landscaped gardens on Earth.
    Attraction type: Garden
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)
    Founded in 1838, the MCG is one of the best cricket sites in the world.
    Attraction type: Arena/stadium/field
  • Old Melbourne Gaol
    Attraction type: Old jail
  • Queen Victoria Market
    The largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere is a center for trade and commerce, as well as a popular venue for visitors.
    Attraction type: Flea/street market
  • Melbourne Observation Deck
    Located on the 55th floor of the tallest office building in the Southern Hemisphere, the observation deck is the best place from which to view Melbourne.
    Attraction type: Observation deck/tower
  • Dandenong Ranges
    Attraction type: Mountain; National park
  • Crown Casino
    More than 500,000 square meters of gaming and entertainment space features an exceptional variety of choices: shopping, fine dining, luxurious accommodations, dazzling casino and gaming center and live entertainment.
    Attraction type: Casino
  • The Arts Centre
    Experience Victoria’s center for the performing arts and enjoy a play, a concert or a visit to the galleries.
    Attraction type: Theater; Art gallery
  • Gold Treasury Museum
    Attraction type: History museum; Architectural building
  • Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens
    Completed in 1880 in preparation for the Melbourne International Exhibition, this is a a magnificent building modelled on the Florence Cathedral.
    Attraction type: Architectural building; Garden; Landmark/point of interest
  • Flinders Street Station
    Attraction type: Town center/square/plaza; Landmark/point of interest
  • Rialto Towers Observation Deck
    Attraction type: Observation deck/tower
  • Block Arcade
    Attraction type: Landmark/point of interest; Street
  • St Kilda Beach
    Long, well-maintained and clean beach just outside Melbourne, lined with markets, amusement parks and nightclubs.
    Attraction type: Beach
  • Werribee Open Range Zoo
    Attraction type: Zoo
  • Parliament House of Victoria
    Attraction type: Government building
  • The Jam Factory
    Attraction type: Mall; Movie theater
  • Southgate
    Attraction type: Neighborhood; Mall
  • Cooks’ Cottage
    Originally built in England in 1755 by the parents of Captain James Cook, this cottage was dismantled and transported to Australia, where it was rebuilt in the Fitzroy Gardens in 1934.
    Attraction type: Historic home
  • Immigration Museum
    Attraction type: History museum
  • IMAX Theatre
    Attraction type: Movie theater
  • State Houses of Parliament
    Attraction type: Government building; Historic site
  • Fitzroy Gardens
    Attraction type: Garden
  • King’s Domain Gardens
    Attraction type: Garden
  • Wildwood
    Attraction type: Winery
  • Luna Park
    Attraction type: Amusement/theme park
  • Melbourne and Olympic Parks
    Attraction type: Arena/stadium/field


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