This newly renovated, fully equipped apartment is within walking distance of the vibrant St Kilda entertainment areas. Located in a quiet, safe street, it is within minutes of the scenic St Kilda Botanical Gardens, the beach as well as trams and trains to the city and beyond.
An ideal location to explore Melbourne from, stay for business or pleasure
9 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BOOK TODAY
1. Less than a 5 minute walk to public transport
2. Only a 10 minute walk to vibrant Acland st, Balaclava rd and Luna Park
3. Amazing restaurants and bars located within walking distance, in all directions
4. Public transport tickets available to use
5. Close to Melbourne City and St Kilda Beach
6. Located in a scenic, quiet part of St Kilda, away from the night life
7. Onsite parking and WIFI
8. 24 Hour check in option with a very flexible check out options
9. NEW - Private driver available for airport pick ups/drop offs $70 cash/credit card accepted. Please contact me to arrange.
Please enjoy breakfast items, tea, coffee and snacks. Along with everything you need to cook at home. Ideally, the apartment is located on the ground floor and has a small courtyard with lot of sun. And, has a parking spot adjacent to the front door.
Also available will be a range of travel brochures, including attractions, tours and maps
If you have any special requests, please do not hesitate to ask, I am happy to help :D
- 1 Lounge room, 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom
- Quality queen-sized bed
- 2nd bed is a double sized, fold-out sofa
- On site parking
- Towels and face washers
- Large built in wardrobe with big built in mirrors
- Reverse cycle air conditioning and heating, heats and cools the place perfectly
- 32" LED HD TV with USB port access - NOW with CHROMECAST, which allows you to easily stream Netflix, Youtube and Spotify to the TV. Effectively, turning it into a Smart TV
- High speed ADSL2 internet with WIFI with a large download limit
- Fully functional kitchen appliances, featuring - stove, oven, microwave, toaster, refrigerator, kettle, toastie maker and rice cooker
- Full set of cooking utensils, crockery, cutlery, pots, pans, baking tray and bowls
- Brand new washing machine and condenser dryer it captures the dryer's exhaust, meaning the room does not fill with steam
- Breakfast facilities, fresh milk along with tea and coffee
- Iron and ironing board
- Vacuum cleaner
- Hair dryer
COMPLIMENTARY WELCOME PROVISIONS
- Tea and coffee
- Fresh milk
- Sugar, salt, pepper and olive oil
- Bread located in the freezer
- Butter, Vegemite and peanut butter
- Laundry powder, dish washing liquid and tissues
- Soap, shampoo and conditioner
- Public transport tickets
My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travellers, and families with kids.
This one bedroom apartment is ideal for up to 3 guests but can sleep 4.
So get in quick and book my place today
My apartment is set in a beautiful, old St Kilda street that is peacefully quiet at night. It is conveniently located away from the noisy nightlife that is St Kilda. But close enough to walk there. A vibrant area known for its shopping, famous cake shops, boutique bars and restaurants.
Description provided by Travel Australia
St Kilda is an inner southern suburb of Melbourne, located on a sandy stretch of Port Phillip between Albert Park and Elwood.
Originally a seaside resort in Melbourne's early years due to its close proximity to the city centre, St Kilda has developed into a trendy and cosmopolitan suburb
St Kilda is famous for its food, entertainment and nightlife. Acland Street is a bustling shopping precinct famous for its cafes, continental cake shops, fashion and second-hand shops. Nearby Fitzroy Street is renowned for its restaurants and bars.
The most famous attraction on St Kilda's beach is the St Kilda Pier. This landmark was originally constructed in 1853 and the iconic kiosk on the pier built in 1904. The kiosk was destroyed by fire in 2003 but was rebuilt soon after and features a viewing deck which offers panoramic views over the bay. At the end of the pier is a breakwater which was constructed for the 1956 Olympic Games to provide a safe harbour for yachts. Visitors can walk part of the way on top of the breakwater or descend to a boardwalk at sea level. Around 100 penguins have made this rocky breakwater their home. Near the entrance to the pier are the St Kilda Sea Baths, with the current complex having been built in the 1990s.
A network for boardwalks and paths line St Kilda's scenic foreshore, making it ideal for bicycle riding, inline skating, jogging and walking. At the southern end of St Kilda, the coastal pathway passes beside the St Kilda Marina which was built in 1969 and features waterfront restaurants and a public boardwalk.
The St Kilda Town Hall is an impressive landmark, built in 1890 at the junction of St Kilda Road and Carlisle Street. It has formal gardens at its entrance and is used by the local council
St Kilda is home to a number of elegant gardens and reserves. There are the 6½ hectare heritage-listed Botanical Gardens just east of Barkly Street and the O'Donnell Gardens with its towering palm streets located right next to Luna Park. Much of St Kilda's coastline is also lined with gardens, stretching from the formal Catani Gardens along Beaconsfield Parade southwards to open expanses of lawn fronting the golden sands of St Kilda's website hidden Kilda is good base for exploring all that Melbourne has to offer. The city centre is just a short tram trip away, while the surrounding beachside suburbs of Middle Park, Albert Park and Elwood are within easy reach. StKilda is also adjacent to Albert Park Lake which is surrounded by sporting facilities, parkland, a network of walking and bicycle tracks, and is home to the annual Australian Formula 1 Grand Prix.
Transport to/from airport -
I have a private driver who is able to do airport pick ups/drop offs in a 4 wheel drive for $70 cash or credit card accepted . Please contact me to arrange.
NOTE, Uber is barred from picking passengers at Melbourne Airport. This service will allow for a pick up. It is ideal for 3+ guests as 3 shuttle tickets would over $75. And, is cheaper than a taxi/uber which would cost around $80.
It also shortens the journey A shuttle ride makes multiple stops around the city before arriving in St Kilda. Typically, a direct drive to/from the airport to St Kilda will take 30-40+ depending on traffic.
Star bus run services to and from the airport. The closet stop is within a 7 minute walk from the property. It is titled -
348 St Kilda Rd
Conveniently located near all forms of public transport. Please see the public transport map in the image section.