Melbourne Deco - Stanhill
- Property size -
- 85 m²
- Maximum Guests
This quality, self contained apartment is located in a quiet pocket of the St Kilda Road business district, in a quiet position on the corner of Louise St and Queens Lane. Its only a few minutes walk to St Kilda Road, which has easy tram access to the city, the Alfred Hospital or Albert Park Formula One Grand Prix Race Track.
The warm, sunlit, open-plan living area is comfortably furnished with leather sofas and equipped with a flat screen TV, DVD and CD players. A selection of DVDs, CDs and books are also provided for your enjoyment. The kitchen features a stainless steel oven, ceramic hotplates, dishwasher and microwave and is fitted with a combination washing machine/dryer for your convenience.
The main bedroom also has a flat screen TV with a luxurious queen size bed and built in robes. The second bedroom is furnished with a king size bed that can be converted to two singles if preferred and also has built in robes.
ADSL internet, secure off street parking, free local phone calls.
Small pets only are allowed, as the property does not have an outdoor area. Pets incur an Additional charge of $10 per day.
A portacot for 0-2 years olds is available free of charge; and high chair available for hire $8 per day, please book prior to arrival.
Shopping in Chapel Street is just a short tram ride away, as are a multitude of fabulous cafes and restaurants in Port Melbourne and South Melbourne, Southbank, Toorak Road and Acland Street ,St Kilda. There's also plenty of other attractions to explore close by such as Luna Park, the St Kilda Promenade, the National Gallery, the Melbourne city centre and more.
- Security code with Interphone
- Parking - private
- Ironing board
- Bed linen provided
- DVD player
- Fan / extractor
- Water kettle
- Kitchen utensils provided
- Towels provided
- Hair dryer
Melbourne is made up of many parts ,the centre of Melbourne contains many attractions, as do the inner city suburbs of Melbourne. Its not just fabulous shopping bars and restaurants that attract visitors to Melbourne - a multitude of fun and interesting options will leave you wanting more! This most livable of cities is particularly so to those who enjoy dining out. Treat your taste buds to a variety of food styles, European, Mediterranean and Asian flavors, add to this some of Melbourne's creative chefs and you get a modern Australian style with a flair of its own.You'll find something for every price range and palette from your local cafe to five star dining. Also known as the fashion capital of Australia, Melbourne is stocked full of hip and happening fashion, gifts and much more to suit all tastes and budgets. Designer shops and department stores in the city centre.
If you crave for culture, pop into one of many galleries and satisfy your appetite for local and international artwork. If your on a tight schedule, you can find everything you need in the city centre, although it would be a shame not to venture further. Melbourne's famous trams run all over the city and are one of the easiest ways to get from one end of town to the other. Jump on a tram and cruise to the bay side suburb of St Kilda, enjoy natural wonders and visit any one of Melbourne's beautiful parks and gardens or stroll through vibrant markets jam-packed with Victoria's great produce.
For those who prefer a more cultural aspect of the city, there’s the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Victorian Arts Centre. Nearby is Southgate where there are some great restaurants overlooking the river, as well as an international food hall and a number of boutiques.
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