Fitzroy St, St Kilda, VIC, 3141
Walk through this grand heritage facade and you’ll arrive at this beautiful architecturally designed apartment located in the heart of the dynamic Fitzroy Street. It truly is the perfect destination in which to enjoy the best of Melbourne. With wonderful cafes and night life at your fingertips, you will love feeling the buzz of this area anytime, day or night.
Enjoy being able to return to your 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom gem which is an outstanding selection for a couple or a small group of friends sleeping up to 5. A communal gym and indoor pool to add to the long list of facilities in this property, or just step outside and walk your way around Albert Park lake or The Esplanade along the Beach on the cycling and running track. What else could you ask for?
Once inside the Majestic complex it is so quiet, you can’t believe where you are. Relax on the Juliet balcony whilst overlooking the private courtyard. Take advantage of this ideal location and check out the nearby major tourist attractions such as Luna Park, the South Melbourne market, Acland Street and Chapel Street. Enjoy delicious food, see a band or a play, catch up with friends and soak up the atmosphere, whilst you watch the sunset on the bay. The Sunday Esplanade market is a must, as is the monthly Veg Out St Kilda Farmers’ Market.
If you want to venture further into the Melbourne CBD the tram is your best option and situated in close proximity to the apartment building. There is also one secured undercover park available. We can set you up with a MYKI pass if requested to make your travel experience that much easier.
Renovating, relocating, between house sales? We would welcome you for stays of up to 3 months. Call us about our monthly rates and cleaning services.
A fully equipped kitchen with all your necessities including, Westinghouse Refrigerator, Electric Franke Oven and Stove top, Simpson dishwasher, Samsung microwave, Vittoria coffee machine, Russel Hobbs Kettle and plentiful supplies of dishes and utensils. Pizza nights are around the 4 dining table or drinks at the kitchen island bar. There is a Reverse cycle split system in living room and electric wall heater in the bedroom. Washing machine, dryer, iron and ironing board, clothes horse, Stereo, 60 inch VHD Smart TV with DVD player and free Wi-Fi to top it off.
Smoking is strictly not permitted.
The Block development.
The popular TV series ‘The Block’ on channel 9 has started their renovation antics on the infamous Gatwick Hotel, a piece of St Kilda’s heritage with a tainted name. Just 300 metres away making it a 4 minute walk, enjoy a stroll and check out the changes.
Bedroom Configuration, Linen and towels supplied.
Bedroom 1 – Queen bed
Living room – Double size sofa bed
Please request the following items to hire prior to your stay
A fold out bed: $75
A porta cot and high chair: no charge but you must supply your own linen for the porta cot.
Bathroom 1 – Shower above Bath and toilet.
Meet and Greets
We employ an external Concierge service, who have worked with Rejuvenate Stays for many years in providing this service to our guests. They will greet you at the apartment on your arrival and provide a tour of the property and give you the keys for your stay.
Once advised by you we make a note of your desired arrival time however this time will also have to be confirmed with the Concierge directly. There is a $60 meet and greet fee already applied to your total booking cost covering arrivals between 3pm - 10pm. If you are arriving between 10:00pm - 12:00am, an additional after hours Concierge fee of $40 will apply. Arrivals after 12:00am will incur an additional $100 after hours Concierge fee.
Please notify our Concierge of any delays in advance at least 1 hour before scheduled arrival. Any delays not notified in advance may incur an additional $70 call out fee.
We provide you with a starter pack of essential house hold items such as toiletries, dish washing detergent, washing powder, dish cloths, scrubbing brush, paper towels and toilet paper on check in. You will then need to purchase all necessities for the continuation of your stay.
Fitzroy Street is full for cafes for coffee to start your day, dining out at restaurants, bars, and supermarkets. There are ample bike and walking tracks to stay active on your get away as you are so close to multiple parks and gardens. Such as The Royal Botanical Gardens, St Kilda Botanical gardens, Catani Gardens and Albert Park Lake.
Acland Street: 600m, 7 min walk
Chapel Street: 1.6km, 21 min walk
Luna Park: 1.4 km, 18 min walk
St Kilda Pier: 1km, 21 min walk
St Kilda Beach: 1.4km, 17 min walk
South Melbourne Market: 3.9, 48 min walk
St Kilda esplanade market: 1.1km, 14 min walk
Southbank: 4.3km, 54 min walk
Federation square: 4.8km, 1 hour walk
Catani gardens: 700 m, 9 min walk
Palais theatre: 1.4km, 17 min walk
Albert Park Lake : 750m, 9 min walk
MSAC : 2.5km, 30 min walk
Tram Stop – 140m Princes St/Fitzroy St Stop and 190m to Princes St/Fitzroy Stop in opposite direction
Bus Stop – 14m, St Kilda Station
Staying 7+ nights? Interim housekeeping services which includes a changeover of linen can be arranged on your request. They are available at a rate of $120 AUD per service and depending on what would make your stay more comfortable, they can be arranged weekly or fortnightly.
Let us tell you more about this gorgeous Heritage Listing apartment building
Looking at the National trust’s information on this heritage building. The front of the building is the original portion left which contains some of the first self-contained purpose built flats in Melbourne which is an outstanding claim to fame when looking at the history of this beautiful city.
This beautiful heritage building was originally built in 1912 with the design influenced by its then owner. It was a rare building type for its era, as the plans indicate a hotel layout, it was formerly a superior boarding house known as the ‘majestic flats’. Fast forward to 1935, a renovation was done on the former lobby, the ground floor and reception rooms but to this day the interior of the flats is still left with Edwardian features. The façade character of the building was altered also in this 1935 renovation. The rear wings of this important member of Fitzroy’s Street’s history were demolished in 1991. This building is a huge piece of Melbourne history and most importantly, St Kilda’s. It shows the popularities and residential character of Fitzroy Street all the way back to the first half of the 20th Century.