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THE ESPRESSO TOUCH
This is one of the premier apartments in our group ..
A stay in our apartments is a premier experience, not just another accommodation option.
Every apartment is super deluxe and is decked out with:
- Stylish contemporary living and dining room furniture
- A brand new 50 inch (or larger) flat screen TV & Pay TV
- Only the best in bedding and linen
- Well thought out kitchen facilities and homewares
- Functional yet comfortable living spaces, appliances and furnishings
- And of course an espresso coffee machine with a selection of unique coffee blends ready to enjoy.
Finally, we GUARANTEE your apartment will be SPOTLESSLY clean!
This modern and contemporary second floor one bedroom apartment is North facing with fantastic light with large balcony with terrific views over St Kilda.
Relax in style 50 meters from the Acland Street main shopping strip and 300 meters from St Kilda beach! ...
A fully equipped open plan kitchen features new appliances and overlooks the dining and lounge.
Gorgeously furnished, this area is the perfect place to relax and enjoy your homemade espresso coffee.
TV with Foxtel is included (basic package is provided and upgrades are available) along with DVD player, and a compact stereo
The bedroom boasts premier linen, a super comfortable queen bed plus a deluxe ensuite.
Extra bedding is available on request.
Apartment also includes a full European Laundry.
This apartment includes undercover secure parking.
St Kilda, with a population of 16,122, is located 6km south from Melbourne's (website hidden) Kilda was named after a ship, the ‘Lady of St Kilda’, which moored at the main beach for much of 1841.
During the Edwardian and Victorian eras, St Kilda became a favoured suburb of Melbourne's elite, and many palatial mansions were constructed along its hills and waterfront.
Post WWII, St Kilda became Melbourne's red-light district. In recent years, St Kilda has experienced gentrification.
Now St Kilda is one of Melbourne’s premier and most expensive (website hidden) Kilda is home to many of Melbourne's famous visitor attractions including Luna Park, the Esplanade Hotel, Acland Street and Fitzroy Street.
It is home to St Kilda Beach, Melbourne's most famous beach, several renowned theatres and several of Melbourne's big events and festivals.
|Room type:||Entire home/apt|
|Bed type:||Real Bed|
|Extra people:||No Charge|
|Minimum Stay:||3 nights|
|Weekly Price:||$1017 /week|
|Monthly Price:||$3653 /month|
|Check In:||2:00 PM|
|Check Out:||10:00 AM|
Spacious and clean, great location.
The apartment was excellent, we enjoyed it very much. The location was excellent for anything in St Kilda, we were going to the National Theatre to the ballet.
Very responsive, forgiving and flexible. We had to extend our booking twice and there was never a question of annoyance with our unorganisation!
Had a great time on our trip over from Perth. The apartments location was fantastic for us and the beds were, well, what can I say.... VERY VERY comfortable!!! Everything in St Kilda at your doorstep here... food, shops, celebrities! I am hoping the opportunity arises again for us to come back.
Thanks and Regards,
Very easy process, quick response, the apartment was as per the details on the website. Very Clean and new, good quality linen and bedding, towels etc. Easy booking in with keys keysafe in mail box. Great security parking underneath and lift access.. Good experience overall, would stay there again.
Great apartment! Clean, modern, well equipped and close to great cafes & the beach. Highly recommended!
This is my first time to drive from Sydney to Melbourne together with 4 other family members. My girlfriend and I both really satisfied that the apartment provided us a warm/secure stay. I enjoyed the walk along the park to the city. Definitely recommend this place for other. Thanks Nicki ~
Mixed feelings about this rental. The apartment was great, exactly as described, clean and appealing. However, the host (Nicki) is not the usual indvidual person you meet when renting at airbnb but a front for a corporation(Espresso Apartments) which owns many such units. When I emailed to inform of our arrival time I got a generic email about early check-in (which I did not request or needed).
I never received instructions on how to get the keys (left in the letterbox in a coded box), I had to call to get instructions.
The only real person I saw on site was the local houskeeper who was helpful. But nothing (email hidden) whom you can ask questions about the area.
After you book you get a somewhat harshly worded notice that parties are stricty not allowed in this unit, so you really can't use the nice balcony for anything else than by yourself or whispering to anybody else.
The locked underground garage was great. However, there is a charge of AUD 8 per day to use the WiFi and the check-out time is 10am, a bit early.
Would I come back? Maybe..... but I would try to look for alternatives first.
Overall, a great experience and I would recommend renting from Espresso Apartments again.
At first there was a bit of an issue because the apartment I rented, the one in the photos, the one whose address I was sent (Riley Stree) was not the apartment I was provided by the company. I showed up at the Riley Street apartment on the day of my arrival and another renter answered the door and told us that they had just moved in that morning. So I checked the email correspondence (4-5 emails) and it turns out that one of the emails that I had received had a different address. So we went to that new address, got those keys and moved in. The apartment was similarly furnished, very clean, great amenities and had a good location so we were happy with the result.
To be fair, I never contacted Espresso Apartments to complain or raise an issue because I'm the type of guy who wouldn't return a steak if I ordered it rare and it came out of the kitchen well done. At that point it wouldn't have mattered anyway because there were already renters in the Riley Street Apartment and we were already moved into the Liverpool Street apartment. I'm sure if I informed Espresso Apartments of the mixup at the time they would have taken the necessary steps.
Mixup aside, the apartment was great and we throughly enjoyed our stay there. It was also a great deal monetarily so there's another feather in the cap. I would just recommend locking down the correct apartment and making sure the one in the photographs is the one you will be staying in.
This apartment was wonderful. It not only had everything I needed for my week long stay in Melbourne but was perfect from a location standpoint as it was central to my office and close by to a host of great restaurants, bars and the beach where I caught some wonderful sunsets and early morning runs. There's also a fantastic cafe and eat out Indian place just below. One word though...it is centrally located so it is not extremely quiet as it's right on busy the Barkley/Irwell corner with the tram, traffic and people. Pay special attention also to whether you've got parking with your unit if you need it. I found the best off unit parking to be the flat lot beside Coles but don't forget to refresh every 12 hours to avoid the fines.
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