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Higher rates apply for stays of less than 3 weeks and over peak periods (eg, Xmas / NY).
Rates are negotiable for long stays and last minute bookings.
THE ESPRESSO TOUCH
This is one of the premier apartments in our group.
A stay in our apartments is a premier experience and not just another accommodation option.
Every apartment is super deluxe and is decked out with:
- A brand new 50 inch (or larger) flat screen high definition TV
- Pay TV
- Stylish contemporary living and dining room furniture
- 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!
Set over two levels is this luxurious, bright & spacious 3 bedroom apartment.
It offers large open plan living, two modern bathrooms, a kitchen with quality furnishing throughout and a large outdoor terrace.
Air conditioning, heating and one undercover secure car space included.
Comprising of 3 bedrooms, the main bedroom features a queen bed.
The second bedroom also features a queen bed whilst the third bedroom has 2 single beds.
Extra bedding can be provided on request.
Elwood, with a population of 13,785, is an inner city Melbourne suburb 8 km south of the Melbourne CDB.
Elwood borders St Kilda on the North and Brighton on the Sought.
Elwood is considered by many to be Melbourne’s most picturesque suburb.
Elwood Beach is a popular bayside beach destination during summer where the beaches are used recreationally for windsurfing, cycling, touch football, cricket and walking.
Elwood was originally swampland, however, installation of the Elwood Canal turned it into a habitable area.
Prior to colonisation, Aboriginal Australians cooked shellfish and signalled other clans from Point Ormond in Elwood. .
Originally a working middle class suburb in the early part of the 20th century, Elwood has overseen waves of gentrification and is now one of Melbourne's most sought after bayside addresses.
In the late 1970s, like nearby St Kilda, Elwood was known for its nightlife and developed a reputation as a cabaret area.
Many of these venues operated out of some of the suburb's quirkier old buildings.
As the scene saw a demise in the early 1980s, many including Maison de Luxe and Moulin Rouge (which operated out of the 1880s mansion "Pladda" built for Captain A. Currie) were subsequently demolished.
As late as 1989 locals could be seen riding surfboards and canoes in Elwood streets when the canal burst its banks yet again.
Despite its history of adversity, a modern suburb now thrives by the bay in one of Melbourne’s most prized locations.
Café life in the Elwood village seems a long way from the flood, fire and fever of earlier days.
Coloured lorikeets flock to the green corridors of shady trees, a native forest has been planted on the foreshore and the once despised canal area is undergoing rejuvenation as a haven for walkers and cyclists