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Together Co-Living
Together Co-Living
7,9 Good
205-215 Bell Street, Preston, VIC, Australia
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0,8 km from city centre, Preston 
GoodBased on 123 reviews
7,9

Located in Melbourne, Together Co-Living offers modern accommodation and has mountain views. It also features an outdoor pool and a sauna.

Novotel Melbourne Preston
Novotel Melbourne Preston
7,8 Good
215 Bell Street, Preston, VIC, Australia
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0,9 km from city centre, Preston 
GoodBased on 133 reviews
7,8

Showcasing impressive views of Melbourne, Mantra Bell City is an easy walk from Bell Railway Station. The various facilities this modern hotel features include a sauna, free Wi-Fi and an express check-in and check-out feature.

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Cheapest month:December
Most expensive month:April
Average price in Preston:R1 046/night
Cheapest price found:R433/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
R484 - R2 093
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R751 - R2 492
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Novotel Melbourne Preston
Novotel Melbourne Preston
7,8 Good
215 Bell Street, Preston, VIC, Australia
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0,9 km from city centre, Preston, VIC, Australia 

Showcasing impressive views of Melbourne, Mantra Bell City is an easy walk from Bell Railway Station. The various facilities this modern hotel features include a sauna, free Wi-Fi and an express check-in and check-out feature.

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Together Co-Living
Together Co-Living
7,9 Good
205-215 Bell Street, Preston, VIC, Australia
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0,8 km from city centre, Preston, VIC, Australia 

Located in Melbourne, Together Co-Living offers modern accommodation and has mountain views. It also features an outdoor pool and a sauna.

Cheapest hotels in Preston, Northern Suburbs Melbourne

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Together Co-Living
Together Co-Living
7,9 Good
205-215 Bell Street, Preston, VIC, Australia
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0,8 km from city centre,  

Located in Melbourne, Together Co-Living offers modern accommodation and has mountain views. It also features an outdoor pool and a sauna.

R799
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Novotel Melbourne Preston
Novotel Melbourne Preston
7,8 Good
215 Bell Street, Preston, VIC, Australia
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0,9 km from city centre,  

Showcasing impressive views of Melbourne, Mantra Bell City is an easy walk from Bell Railway Station. The various facilities this modern hotel features include a sauna, free Wi-Fi and an express check-in and check-out feature.

R1 805
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Hotel prices in Preston

3 stars
Together Co-Living
No. 1 most popular

Together Co-Living

205-215 Bell Street, Preston, VIC, Australia

7,9 Good
R799

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4 stars +
Novotel Melbourne Preston
No. 1 most popular

Novotel Melbourne Preston

215 Bell Street, Preston, VIC, Australia

7,8 Good
R1 805

Avg. per night

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Where to stay in Preston

About Preston

Located nine kilometres to the north of Melbourne’s CBD, Preston is a modern suburb and was officially established as a settlement in 1856 when the Preston Post Office opened. It’s long been a hub for the agricultural industry, dairy farming and market gardens, with fresh produce from the surrounding area available at the famous Preston Market.

Things to do

For fruit, vegetables and homemade goods, head to the lively Preston Market, which is located in the heart of the suburb. In addition to fresh seafood, delicious deli goods and floral bouquets, you’ll find clothing stores and boutiques selling locally-made gifts. Kids activities take place during the school holidays and buskers offer live entertainment.

A short walk south will take you to the Ray Bramham Gardens, which is named after a former Preston City Engineer. It centres around an iron-laced rotunda that’s a popular setting for wedding photography and a large pond traversed by several wooden bridges. You can stretch your legs on the walking trails that lead through the park’s native plantings or admire the seasonal displays of roses and magnolias.

On the western edge of Preston is the Coburg Pine Ridge Cemetery, which was established in the mid-19th century and is the resting place of several notable Melburnians. You can search for the graves of the notorious gangster John “Snowy” Cutmore” and the former Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Sir Alexander George Wales, as well as the legendary VFL player, Walter Henry “Dick” Lee.

Getting around

Preston is around 30 minutes’ drive from the Melbourne CBD and the same distance from Melbourne Airport. Regular trains connect to the Preston railway station and buses travel throughout the suburb. The centre of Preston is compact enough to explore on foot.

Preston travel FAQs

Located nine kilometres to the north of Melbourne’s CBD, Preston is a modern suburb and was officially established as a settlement in 1856 when the Preston Post Office opened. It’s long been a hub for the agricultural industry, dairy farming and market gardens, with fresh produce from the surrounding area available at the famous Preston Market.

Things to do in Preston

For fruit, vegetables and homemade goods, head to the lively Preston Market, which is located in the heart of the suburb. In addition to fresh seafood, delicious deli goods and floral bouquets, you’ll find clothing stores and boutiques selling locally-made gifts. Kids activities take place during the school holidays and buskers offer live entertainment.

A short walk south will take you to the Ray Bramham Gardens, which is named after a former Preston City Engineer. It centres around an iron-laced rotunda that’s a popular setting for wedding photography and a large pond traversed by several wooden bridges. You can stretch your legs on the walking trails that lead through the park’s native plantings or admire the seasonal displays of roses and magnolias.

On the western edge of Preston is the Coburg Pine Ridge Cemetery, which was established in the mid-19th century and is the resting place of several notable Melburnians. You can search for the graves of the notorious gangster John “Snowy” Cutmore” and the former Lord Mayor of Melbourne, Sir Alexander George Wales, as well as the legendary VFL player, Walter Henry “Dick” Lee.

Getting around Preston

Preston is around 30 minutes’ drive from the Melbourne CBD and the same distance from Melbourne Airport. Regular trains connect to the Preston railway station and buses travel throughout the suburb. The centre of Preston is compact enough to explore on foot.

  • What are the best hotels in Preston?

    Together Co-Living is a very popular hotel in Preston, with a score of 7,9 from 123 reviews. Novotel Melbourne Preston (7,8 from 134 reviews) is also a highly rated Preston hotel based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.

  • How much do hotels in Preston cost?

    Searches in the last 72 hours suggest an average price of around R9 135/night is normal for a hotel in Preston.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Preston?

    R862/night is the cheapest price found for a hotel in Preston by HotelsCombined users over the last 72 hours. This coming weekend (May 20 to May 22), prices can start from as low as R2 012/night.

  • How much is a hotel in Preston tonight?

    Preston hotels start at R2 012 for tonight; however, the average price of accommodation is about R2 012. Many 4-star stays can be found in Preston tonight, with prices starting at R2 012. These prices were found on HotelsCombined within the last 72 hours.