The Heritage King Master Suite at Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street.

A selection of four premium guest rooms with heritage significance have opened to guests at Hilton Little Queen Street in Melbourne as the recently opened hotel continues to settle in following its return to the Victorian capital.

The five transformed rooms are located on the first floor near the hotel’s meeting spaces, with all guests able to explore the building’s history through a self-guided digital hotel history tour consisting of a series of eight QR codes strategically located around the hallways.

In its careful modernisation of the spaces, interior designers Bates Smart conducted extensive research into the property’s history, which found the spaces were originally leased to legal professionals working in the Equity Chambers building.

The bedroom in the Heritage King Master Suite.

Guests can now book a King Premium Corner Room, King Junior Suite, King Premium Suite or King Master Suite, with the new rooms offering space of between 36 and 55 square metres.

The King Master Suite occupies a space was once used as a boardroom and office for previous legal industry tenants, with its original timber panelling carefully restored along with cast bronze grills below the casement windows.

“Premium rooms and suites include locally sourced welcome amenities from artisan coffee brand Dukes Coffee Roasters, premium hotel bath products by Hunter Lab, daily e-news, a mini-fridge and bathrobes,” the hotel said.