The Apartment: Serviced Apartments Melbourne - Empire
Serviced Apartments Melbourne - Empire makes for a great hub for all those curious to explore the city’s attractions. Indulge in a shopping spree, starting right on the apartment’s doorstep and continuing through Melbourne Central, QV, Bourke Street, Emporium and Queen Victoria Market, all just a stroll away. With a myriad of bars and restaurants in the neighbourhood, foodies will only struggle to make their mind up. When it is time for some workout, Empire offers a gym and yoga studio. Couples and groups of four can enjoy the freedom of self-catering stay and feel at home in the sleek Executive Apartments. The interiors showcase what’s best about minimalism, yet with no compromise on the facilities. Each one features a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, a coffee machine, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with a shower.
Executive One-Bedroom One-Bathroom Apartment
- Bed size/type: One queen bed
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Three people, max. two children
- Any notable amenities unique to this room
Executive Two-Bedroom Apartment
- Bed size/type: Two queen beds
- Standard occupancy: Four people
- Maximum occupancy: Five people
The Area: Melbourne, VIC
Dubbed Australia’s fashion capital, Melbourne boasts a strong coffee and café culture and a solid array of boutique fashion stores. Spend the day wandering between the café-lined alleyways, shopping for boutique and vintage clothes, and discovering hidden galleries and rooftop bars. Pack a romantic picnic and spend another day relaxing amongst the flowers and leafy trees in Alexandra Gardens.
City lovers keep themselves entertained with a trip to Collins Street, the luxurious strand housing local markets, galleries, boutiques and cafes. Often regarded as Australia’s premier street, Collins Street is the domain of historical Victorian-era architecture, luxury boutiques including Prada, Dior and Cartier and the financial district of Melbourne. Head to the ‘Paris end’ of the street for a look at ancient buildings, all holding onto the memories of former days while still staying poised for daily tourists’ photo snaps.