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Where to stay in Springvale

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Immerse yourself in the sport of Kings as the horse racing hots up at Sandown, practice your swing at an upmarket tennis club where the carefully tended grass courts defy the blazing Australian sun, and hop on a train for the easy commute to the bustling streets of Melbourne, where glamorous designer stores line chic central boulevards, displaying price tags that match the zip code. Springvale is a welcoming neighborhood of affluent family homes with a real suburban feel.

Things to see

Whether your preference is for the pounding of hooves or the revving of engines, Sandown Racecourse, and its neighboring Raceway, provide plenty of fast-moving action in the heart of the Springvale neighborhood. From dirt ovals to tarmac tracks, spectators flock to these impressive venues on race days, ready to place their bets and cheer their champions on to win. Closer to Melbourne Central Business District (CBD), the impressive Drum Theatre brings in a crowd of its own to fill the 521-seat auditorium of this state of the art dramatic house. Hidden behind the original walls of the 19th century town hall, the modern theater is a start contrast from its historical façade. From musical extravaganzas to amusing comedy sketches, the list of box office hits is as varied and interesting as the theater’s colorful history. While not exactly a traditional city center, Springvale Road provides a focal point for local residents. The long multi-lane boulevard is flanked by an odd collection of auto garages, retail centers, and industrial units, as well as colorful karaoke bars and local liquor stores.

Hotels in Springvale

Springvale is a popular residential area, and handy for getting into the heart of Melbourne, which is why so many of the hotels in Springvale are located along the main railway line. Its suburban city location means you’ll find a real mix of accommodation, including plenty of cozy bed and breakfasts, as well as discount hotels. Most guestrooms, regardless of your budget, give guests plenty of floor space, air conditioning, 2 queen beds or 1 large double, and a television. You’ll also find some of them with outdoor swimming pools and a gym. If you’re planning on a longer stay, some of the luxury hotels in Springvale have upmarket serviced apartments instead of traditional hotel rooms. Not only do you have a separate living and sleeping area, but the luxury-fitted kitchens give you the freedom to cater for yourself.

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Springvale is the Quest Burwood East, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Manhattan Apartments in Springvale as it has been reserved 5 times.

Where to stay

This compact Melbourne suburb is a leafy and green area, where affluent housing is enjoyed by city workers who don’t mind an early morning commute. Its quiet residential streets are lined with family homes fronted by expansive landscaped lawns. They back onto grassy recreation reserves, where children play football between white-painted goalposts, and members of the tennis club meet every Sunday morning for a game or two on grass courts. Ethnically diverse, a Buddhist temple can be found behind the walls of an innocuous lock-up, while next door, a painted shop window declares Greek Souvlaki for sale.

How to get to Springvale

Melbourne Airport is arguably the most convenient entry port for foreign travelers, with a healthy number of inbound flights arriving daily. It’s well-connected to the city, and getting to Springvale is easy by train or bus. Taxis are another useful option, but the distance might make them costly, so a better option is to hire your own car. At least you’ll have a convenient way to travel during your stay.