British people may wish to book holidays to Melbourne in order to see one of the newest entries onto Conde Naste Traveller’s ‘hot list’

British people may wish to book holidays to Melbourne in order to see one of the newest entries onto Conde Naste Traveller’s ‘hot list’.

The InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto is one of only three hotels in Australia to make the list, which the magazine said was down to its “cool city chick” appeal.

After reopening only last month, The Rialto was recommended for “super-snappy service, minimalist comfort, fantastic dining and bars and the marriage of charm and class”, as well as its impressive atrium and other design aspects.

Manrique Rodriguez, manager of the hotel, said he was thrilled with the accolade from the prestigious travel publication, adding that he is proud of his staff for their hard work.

The Rialto was originally opened in 1981, but was closed and fully renovated in 2008. It has 253 guest rooms and is located within walking distance of some of Melbourne’s major attractions, galleries, theatres, renowned shopping areas and restaurants.

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