The Prince Hotel, St Kilda
The Prince is a luxury boutique hotel overlooking the waters of Port Philip Bay in the heart of St Kilda. Outside, amid the hum of Melbourne’s most storied suburb, the beach is just steps away, while inside The Prince commands the coming together of food, wine, art and design.
Circa Private Dining + Events
Food comes first at Circa, with Head Chef Rhys Blackley creating clean elegant flavours focusing on seasonal eating with a spirit of fun and exploration. As a strong advocate of using sustainable and organic produce wherever possible, his ethos is reflected in a range of visionary menus.
The iconic spaces, including the atrium bar, private dining room and balcony room are available exclusively for private parties, weddings and corporate events.
Whether you’re visiting for work or play ease is paramount; so our central and famous location, on Fitzroy Street in St Kilda, offers a 300 space car park at the rear. Pricing starts at $8 per hour with a maximum rate of $25 for 24 hours. For hotel guests we offer a $10 over night flat rate.
Events at the Deck
The Deck at Circa; a beautiful environment surrounded by space and sky, overlooking the waters of Port Philip Bay, and unforgettable food straight from the award-winning Circa kitchen.
The Deck at Circa can easily accommodate up to 120 people for lunch or dinner and up to 250 for a cocktail party.
Celebrate an occasion like no other in a place like no other.
The beach, the nightlife, the food
Once you arrive in St Kilda you may never want to leave. There’s certainly no need to. Let the sea air, big skies and breathtaking sunsets over St Kilda Beach bring you back to life, then wander Acland Street and press your nose against the window of the city’s favourite, and most famous, cake shops.
As one of Melbourne’s most well endowed suburbs for live music – Prince Bandroom, Palais Theatre and the Prince Public Bar enjoy some of the largest international and local acts, or you round up your weekend with acoustic Sunday sessions, at Prince Public Bar, Little Blue (located at the end of St Kilda pier), and The Saint Hotel.
Never short of dining options, St Kilda is home to some of Melbourne’s most iconic restaurants, such as Café di Stasio, Luxembourg, Donovans, Stokehouse and Cicciolina’s (a local favourite for authentic Italian). For relaxed-dining options, try POW Kitchen (Southern Asian flavours), Matcha Mylkbar, Pontoon or Cantina.
Relax at Aurora
Aurora Spa is peace with a purpose; an opportunity for the mind to relax and unwind, while the body is revived.