About this listing
Enjoy all the delights of Melbourne in your own, central and stylish apartment on the 18th Floor. Drink coffee on the balcony and watch hot air balloons float by at sunrise, or a cocktail at sunset as the rowers sail down the river and the fire works start at the casino. There isn’t a better view in Melbourne!
You’re ideally placed right on the free city circle tram line or just walk the 10 minutes to Spencer St Station or Central Station. The best cafes and restaurants are at your doorstep, whether it’s a saunter across the river to the famous Southbank precint and casino or a walk through the many wonderful laneways of Melbourne. All within 15 minutes walk is the Convention Centre, the National Gallery of Victoria, the Botanic Gardens and Federation Square. The two CBD railway stations are also an easy walk as are the sporting grounds of Rod Laver Arena (tennis), MCG and Ethiad Stadiums (cricket and football).
The studio has everything you need, newly renovated and sunny with travertine floors, a comfortable sprung wall bed, TV, kitchenette with microwave and coffee machine, fridge, washing machine and dryer and a full bathroom. There’s also a heated indoor swimming pool for those feeling energetic and of course wifi.
From the beginning of August we now also provide cable TV i.e. Foxtel TV and a DvD player for your favourite DvDs on the flat screen TV. For the avid readers, we have a very private small library.
Ann and Peter are very happy to share all their Melbourne secrets, favourite cafes and restaurants and how to easily get to where you need to go, or simply leave you to your own privacy.
Minimum stay is 2 nights, but send us a line to inquiry about one night stays.
This is a private residential floor of a hotel, so no parties or group bookings, this is the perfect place for a couple or single person.
About the Host, Peter & Ann
Peter and Ann are staunch Melbournians as well as intrepid travellers. They have lived in many countries including Canada and Malaysia and recently returned from sailing to Antarctica. Peter is a Professor of Business Management.