The Hotel: Serviced Apartments Melbourne - Teri
Set just a 15-minute walk from Melbourne’s Southbank, Serviced Apartments Melbourne - Teri offers stylish self-contained apartment accommodation complemented with on-site amenities, such as a fitness centre, sauna, sky lounge, and parking. Choosing the venue for a holiday, guests will be just a stone’s throw from numerous restaurants, bars and cafes. The Melbourne Cricket Grounds and AAMI Park are also within an easy reach.
The apartments are all air-conditioned and boast fully equipped kitchens with stainless steel appliances, as well as seating areas with flat-screen TVs. Guests can also enjoy private balconies overlooking the city’s skyline, the Port Philip Bay and Albert Park. Tastefully designed, the apartments feature bright colour tones and modern furnishings. The complex also prides itself on a shared rooftop terrace, where guests can sit back on the comfortable lounges and admire the city from above.
Luxury Three-Bedroom Apartment
- Bedding: room 1 - king bed, room 2 - king bed, room 3 - queen bed, 1 open bedroom - 1 sofa bed
- Standard/maximum occupancy: eight people
The Area: Melbourne, VIC
Dubbed Australia’s fashion capital, Melbourne boasts a strong coffee and cafe culture and a solid array of boutique fashion stores. Spend the day wandering between the cafe-lined alleyways, shopping for boutique and vintage clothes, and discovering hidden galleries and rooftop bars. Pack a romantic picnic and spend another day relaxing among the flowers and leafy trees in Botanic Gardens. A stroll along the Yarra River also provides plenty of photo opportunities.
From Richmond, the CBD lies only a short drive away and tempts keen shoppers and foodies alike. Shopping fanatics can keep themselves entertained with a trip to Collins Street, a 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 memories of former days while still staying poised for daily tourists’ photo snaps.