St. Jerome’s – The Hotel is taking luxury camping to the next level in the heart of the Melbourne CBD on the sprawling rooftop of Melbourne Central.
The site is home to 21 world-class standard canvas bell tents (6 x Luxe, 12 x Luxe Plus, 3 x The Lodge), dressed with all the lavish trimmings expected of a luxury hotel.
Fall asleep cosy under the stars against Melbourne’s skyline and wake up to 360-degree views of the city, with complimentary breakfast and barista-made coffee delivered in the morning.
Guests can enjoy a spacious bell tent fitted out with a double or queen size bed dressed in premium linen, throws and plush robes, split system air conditioning, a tablet loaded with movies, and even a complimentary stocked esky with local craft beer and cider.
Embark on an unparalleled urban experience while enjoying an activity-filled accompanying itinerary, including complimentary bowling at Strike Bowling, a cocktail at Cocktail Hour, Gelato Messina ice cream delivery, morning meditation & more.
Additional amenities include a 24-hour concierge service, a General Store serving as the bar and communal area, an infrared sauna, plus nine amenity units with toilets and showers.
Here, where up is down from the rooftop to the ground, your private oasis in the city centre awaits.
Get Notorious is a story about people. It all started with an iconic Melbourne laneway bar called St. Jerome’s. Rancho Notorious was built as an outlet for the growing collection of street artists and vandals that were loitering around Caledonian Lane.
St. Jerome’s Laneway Festival was born and the escalating growth of the team behind the whole operation needed a name.
Get Notorious was born.
In the years since, The Workers Club, Ponyfish Island, The Kelvin Club, Slice Girls and 1000 £ Bend all became part of the organisation, as well as the multi-purpose function venues The Gallery of 1000 Pound Bend and more recently, The Church of Bang Bang Boogaloo.
Headed by Jerome Borazio, the team now consists of a motley crew from all walks of life, and all corners of the world, but have come together to bring some of the most celebrated venues, festivals and events to Melbourne and beyond.