Hotel Opening: Nightcap at Sandbelt Hotel

Hotel Opening: Nightcap at Sandbelt Hotel

In the heart of the Melbourne suburb of Moorabbin lies the Sandbelt Hotel, now open as the 66th property to join the Nightcap Hotels family. The hotel has 33 fresh and modern rooms including family options. With golf courses and clubs in every direction, the hotel is aptly named after the Melbourne Sandbelt region. The area is a golfer’s haven, and equally appealing for those who may not be as enthusiastic about the sport, with the Melbourne CBD less than 25 minutes away and Bayside suburbs even closer.

Whether you’re visiting friends or family nearby or enjoying a trip to Melbourne like a local, Nightcap at Sandbelt Hotel offers quality accommodation that won’t break the bank. 

Here’s our guide to the top 5 things to do in and around Moorabbin

Golf Clubs

Royal Melbourne, Kingston Heath and Yarra Yarra are three of the many golf clubs within a short drive of Sandbelt Hotel and offer pristine courses for a day on the green. They are all private clubs, so be sure to check out their websites for more information on visiting. 

Golf Courses

If you’re not a member of the local clubs or reciprocal golf clubs to the private ones in the area, check out the public golf courses nearby. Brighton and Sandringham golf courses are close to the hotel and are open to the general public. Have a look on their websites for information on how to make a booking.

Southland Shopping Centre

For all your shopping “needs”, head straight to Southland Westfield Shopping Centre. They offer a plethora of shops for men, women, children, sportswear and homeware, plus a range of dining options. Whether you’re going on a full-day shopping spree or just need to pick up that one thing you forgot to grab on your way out, Southland is the spot. Take a look at their website for further information.

Sandringham Beach

Less than 15 minutes’ drive from Sandbelt Hotel, Sandringham Beach is the perfect place to spend a day on the sand. It’s a favourite of Melbourne locals, and for good reason; it has all the conveniences of being close to the city without the crowds from the beaches farther north. Insider tip: for a midday break from the sun and sand, be sure to check out the Sandringham Hotel for lunch with a view. 

Melbourne CBD

Melbourne is renowned for being a multicultural and artistic city, and there is so much to explore in the CBD. From graffiti-laden laneways to historical buildings, perfectly manicured parks and premium shopping precincts, there is truly something for everyone. Some of the can’t-miss attractions include the National Gallery of Victoria, ACMI, Queen Vic Markets, State Library and the City Circle Tram. But that’s really only scratching the surface. Have a look at the Visit Victoria website for more information on what’s happening in Melbourne.