Commissioned in the 1900s by the Griffiths Brothers tea merchants, the Romanesque Revival building was a store and sales room for teas, coffees and rich cocoas. Indulge in a warm Turkish Apple and Cinnamon Tisane upon arrival for a taste of our heritage.
Admire the expertly restored billiard table from the Lindrum Billiard Centre, to which the hotel owes its name. Treat yourself to a class with Triple World Champion Robby Foldvari before savouring a meticulously prepared five-course degustation meal.
Hotel Lindrum is a timeless icon that showcases both Melbourne's past and present. Beyond its historic red brick façade, the dark wooden door opens to reveal a haven of modern design, where you can soothe your senses in a warm and inviting atmosphere.
After a day spent exploring nearby Federation Square, retire to the hotel's inviting communal spaces to unwind. Choose a beautiful book from the library in the Back Bar lounge and read in a cosy armchair next to the welcoming glow of the fireplace.