A little bit unexpected.

A Special Dining Experience in Melbourne’s Iconic O'Connell Reserve.

The Reserve Dining Room is Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne’s new home of fantastic eats and drinks, with a robust menu that aims to showcase the very best of local Melbourne produce, complemented by a bar offering a selection of the best scotches from around the world.

Dine with us 7 days a week for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner, and you’ll share in an authentic Melbourne dining experience, right on the banks of the Yarra in Richmond.

Alternatively, join us on Fridays for Happy Hour from 5-8pm for $5 drinks and $3 pots, or pop in to our Sunday Sessions and enjoy live entertainment, tapas, $8 pints and $10 cocktails.

The Perfect Destination for Weddings and Events

If you’re looking to start your happily ever after right here in Melbourne, look no further than the Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne.

With a modern, purpose-built event space, green-planted roof and vibrant planted courtyard, The Reserve Dining Room provides a quaint backdrop for some of the most gorgeous quintessential Melbourne weddings.

Offering the best views of O’Connell reserve, and world class facilities, you’ll be thrilled to say ‘I do’ in this extraordinary indoors-outdoors venue.

Part of the Historically Significant Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne

The Amora Hotel Riverwalk Melbourne is a historically significant hotel nestled in the heart of Richmond, one of Melbourne’s eclectic and buzzing inner city suburbs.

The hotel is owned by a Thai Family, represented by The Amora Group, who own and operate a range of high quality hotel properties in Australia, New Zealand and Thailand, with a focus on Business Class accommodation and superior service.

Melbourne’s Amora is special. The red brick facade on the exterior of the building is more than a classic Melbournism, it’s a rellect from over 100 years ago, and a piece of the area’s rich history.
The site itself was actually the first and last stop of the original Richmond (or Blue) Line for our original trams: electric cable cars, which launched in Melbourne in the late 1880s.

130 years later, in late 2019, the hotel benefited from the largest capital investment it has received in its lifetime. With the help of inspiring Melbourne architects Technē, the same people that brought you the Epsy and Garden State, the hotel was completely revitalised, whilst still retaining the rich character that sets it apart.