- Base St. Kilda Melbourne (Melbourne)
Base St. Kilda Melbourne
country: Australia, city: Melbourne (St Kilda)
Base St. Kilda Melbourne
Located in St. Kilda, one block from busy Acland Street and just 2 blocks from St. Kilda Beach. St. Kilda is full of cafes, restaurants and trendy boutiques. Tram ride from the city centre or a taxi ride.
Rooms have private facilities and are modern and in excellent condition.
There is a bar and an Asian or Thai restaurant.
Friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Other facilities include a travel desk, luggage storage, communal kitchen or dining room, guest laundry. Great value for money.
Hotel Facilities: Room Facilities: Cocktail bar
Parking facilities (at cost)
Safe deposit box
- 5 kms to City Centre
- 40 kms to the nearest Airport (Melbourne)
- 1 minute walk to the nearest Bus Stop
- Close to the Trade Fair Ground (Melbourne)
- Close to the Beach
17 Carlisle Street St. Kilda
International hotels. — Academic. 2010.
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