Ibis Melbourne Glen Waverley is an ALLSAFE Accor hotel - practising the highest of standards in health and hygiene for the comfort and well-being of all our guests. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
WELCOME TO IBIS MELBOURNE GLEN WAVERLEY
Located in the heart of Melbourne's South Eastern Suburbs
Relax with stylish, convenient & affordable accommodation at ibis Melbourne Glen Waverley,
ideally located just 25 minutes south-east of Melbourne CBD and only 45 minutes from Melbourne Tullamarine Airport.
Featuring 155 modern rooms with complimentary high speed internet access, a restaurant, bar and conference facilities bursting with natural light, the hotel offers an ideal location close to City of Monash businesses, an array of restaurants & cafes, shops and entertainment facilities along with Monash University and Deakin University.
ibis Melbourne Glen Waverley is the gateway to the magnificent Dandenong Ranges, Yarra Valley Food & Wine District, the Mornington Peninsula and Phillip Island. Public transport is only a stone throw away with direct access to the CBD for all of Melbourne's major events.
Come and meet our friendly team when next in Melbourne!
Step into a timeless world of wonder with Australia’s favourite steam train, Puffing Billy, located in the heart of the Dandenong Ranges and only one-hour east of Melbourne. Built in 1900 to serve the local communities that lived in the hills, carrying anything from passengers to timber, livestock, potatoes and plants, the Railway is now a major tourist attraction that invites visitors to come and experience a century old tradition every day of the year, except Christmas Day, thanks to the tireless efforts of more than 600 volunteers. Take in the magic of steam train travel from the moment you arrive, with the sight of the historic locomotives being prepared for departure at the station, the smell of steam billowing out of the vessel’s chimney and the evocative sound of the train’s whistle. Before long, our friendly conductors will help you on board the open-sided carriages for a serene ride over the hills, across the iconic timber trestle bridges, down the valley and into the forest on the original mountain track between Belgrave and Gembrook.