Pullman Albert Park

65 Queens Road, Albert Park
Melbourne, Victoria, 3004

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Getting to Pullman Albert Park

Arriving by taxi: 
Drop off at the Pullman Albert Park front entrance.

Arriving by tram: 
Tram numbers 3/3a, 5, 6, 16, 64, 67 travel down High Street and stop near the Pullman Albert Park. You can also access tram 72 along Commercial Road and then walk 1km (15 minutes) to the Pullman Albert Park.

Arriving by train: 
Take the train to Prahran Station and then its a 15 minute walk to the Pullman Albert Park (1.2kms)

Parking is available at the Pullman Albert Park (charges apply)

Further public transport information is available at the Public Transport Victoria website


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Melbourne is very much about lifestyle. It is no huge surprise to residents that their city has been ranked as one of the world’s most liveable cities.

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