Unforgettable Events at Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street

Events at Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street are sophisticated and delicious affairs, a combination of modern technology, impeccable service and award-winning dining experiences.

Located on Bourke Street in the heart of the city, Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street is at the centre of Melbourne’s vibrant arts, shopping and dining precincts, and is on the doorstep of the city’s key business districts.

With five meeting and event spaces that range in size from 24 to 143 square meters, it’s an ideal spot to hold unforgettable conference and events. Imbued with Art Deco aesthetics, natural light and equipped with high-speed Wi-Fi and the latest audio-visual technology, our large open-air rooftop balcony on level five offers city skyline views and an open concept design for you to create the event of your dreams. It’s also the perfect location for sunset drinks.

Meetings at Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street are sophisticated and a delicious affairs. With one of the best culinary and mixologist teams in town, there is no shortage of exquisite delicacies. The bespoke-designed menu covers various serving options, but one thing is certain – it will leave an impression.

Our contemporary Australian restaurant, Luci is set in the grand hall of Melbourne’s historic Equity Chambers building. Its art deco styled dining room – designed by Bates Smart – provides a stellar backdrop to our award winning contemporary Australian menu. Guests will also have the opportunity to enjoy a late night aperitif at The Douglas Club, our opulent cocktail bar. The bar celebrates a bygone era where glasses are clinked between the historic walls of this polished yet laid back establishment.

For more information or to book an event, please contact melam_sm@hilton.com or call 03 9116 8858



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