Luxury Serviced Apartments in Melbourne, Australia

Top Furnished Apartments in Melbourne

Explore the charming aspects of Garden City, by staying at one of our top-serviced apartments in Melbourne. Our portfolio of furnished apartments ensures our guests have convenient accessibility for both business and leisure purposes. Offering a personalised experience our spacious apartments come in various configurations and are fully equipped with Wi-Fi and a kitchen.

Best-serviced apartments in Melbourne

When it comes to looking for accommodation in Melbourne, we offer some of the best-furnished apartments in Melbourne. Our best-serviced apartments offer a space that caters to your needs, where you can unwind comfortably in complete privacy.  The apartments come with all the essential amenities including Free Wi-Fi, a fully equipped kitchen, a wide-screen television and more. The properties are conveniently located near popular attractions and business hubs of the city.

Benefits of serviced apartments in Melbourne

Guests choosing to stay in Melbourne's serviced apartments for their stay in Melbourne. Can enjoy more value in terms of space and amenities which aren’t available in other alternative options. Here are some of the benefits that come with our serviced apartments :-

Spacious Accommodations - When choosing between a furnished apartment in Melbourne or a conventional hotel room. The former fully furnished accommodation provides you with ample space with a fully equipped kitchen, dining area and a living room.

Top-Notch Amenities - Our furnished apartments offer high-quality amenities that make your stay more convenient. Our spaces have modern appliances such as washers, dryers, free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs. Our apartments also provide wheelchair accessibility. Additionally, some of our apartments provide services including housekeeping, and concierge services in select properties.

Prime Locations -  Where you choose to stay will play a big part in your accommodation experience. Our Melbourne-furnished apartments are located in the heart of Melbourne and near other popular locations such as the Melbourne CBD, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Albert Park and Federation Square. Getting around Melbourne becomes easier with public transport located just a minute's walk away from our properties. Our apartments are also located near international airports as well as train stations.

Flexible durations - Whether you are looking for a long stay or temporary accommodation, booking and staying in our The Square furnished apartments ensures you have a seamless experience. As a guest, you don’t have to worry about permits or other legal requirements. Our round-the-clock team is also available to assist you throughout your stay.

Corporate Housing in Melbourne

Our Corporate Housing in Melbourne provides business travellers with a space which promotes comfort and productivity. Making it an ideal choice for staying during your business trip.

Our serviced apartment offers ample space, offering a chance to unwind after a long day’s work. The accommodations are equipped with necessities such as high-speed Wi-Fi, flat screens, a furnished kitchen and a comfortable bed. Enjoy the benefit of staying in prime locations which are closer to the business hubs such as the Melbourne CBD, and Convention Centre.

Accommodation For Holiday Travelers

Melbourne offers holiday travellers to immerse themselves in the diverse culture of the city, visit the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Arts Center Melbourne, Eureka Tower, etc you are truly spoilt for choice.
Holiday travellers can browse through the catalogue of Melbourne holiday apartments offered by Every selection of the catalogue ensures our accommodation in Melbourne includes amenities like a well-equipped kitchen and Wi-fi, along with proximity to major destinations. Options for accommodation are available throughout several neighbourhoods of the city including the Melbourne CBD, Kew, South Melbourne, Docklands, etc.

Where to Stay in Melbourne

Having won the accolade of the most livable city in the world on several occasions, Melbourne has something to offer everybody. Its diverse neighbourhoods offer unique experiences revealing the shifting culture across different areas.

Staying at the Central Business District can offer fashion exploits at Bourke Street shopping centres. Furthermore, this is also a true tourist area since it is the hub of the local train network connecting you to the rest of Melbourne. Business travellers often find a quaint hideout around this area allowing them to tend to their meetings during rush hour and kick back in their spare time. Tourists can choose to stay near popular attractions such as Queen Victoria Market or in trendy neighbourhoods to enjoy the nightlife.

Some top choices of Melbourne neighbourhoods near our Melbourne serviced apartments include:

Richmond - Get closer to art, hipster bars, little cafes in the nooks, and everything that Melbourne vibe is known for. Melbourne Cricket Ground and Victoria Street are especially notable.

Brunswick - For a foodie tourist, this is the first and the finest pick in Melbourne. Lebanese delights like A1 Bakery and shopper’s heaven like Lost and Found Market are irresistible. 

St Kilda - Another artsy neighbourhood that brims with graffiti, cafes, stunning beaches, and a great community vibe to stay amidst. The music scene here has quite a history. It is located close to museums such National Gallery of Victoria.

South Yarra - Ideal for shopaholic tourists visiting Melbourne. The upmarket boutiques, the iconic Chapel Street, vintage stores, and the most diverse set of experiences make South Yarra one of the most loved spots. 

South Melbourne - The Victorian streets here are laden with bent leafy trees, this is a very pleasant area to live in Melbourne. Albert Park with a direct view of the F1 racing track and the very popular South Melbourne Market of organic produce are its stars.

Melbourne Aparthotels: Popular Picks for Tourists

Our Melbourne Aparthotels offer excellent amenities for every traveller. From comfortable and plush beds to bathroom amenities, you can have it all. These units often come with well-equipped kitchens.

Relax in style with flat-screen televisions and other entertainment. Wi-Fi is also available to meet your connectivity and recreational requirements.

Aparthotels also come with security features and services. Which include concierge services, parking, conferencing solutions and more. Whatever your needs, we will meet them with the right apartment hotel in Melbourne.

Cost to Stay in Melbourne Serviced Apartments

Aligned with its modern standards of living, visiting for long or short-term lodging in Melbourne is financially indulgent. Monthly rent for long-term accommodation simmers around as low as AU$101 per night and can go as high as AU$1401 per night or $66 per night to $912 per night.

Alternatives such as serviced apartments can provide better deals, particularly for long-term accommodation. This makes’s extensive portfolio of serviced apartments an ideal place to start.


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Things to know before booking serviced apartments in Melbourne

The cost to rent a serviced aparment in Melbourne can vary due to various factors such as location and type of property. THe average cost to rent a serviced aparment in Melbourne starts from AU$ 2,753.66 per month.

A serviced apartment offers more value in terms of space,privacy and amenities than conventional hotels.

You can book from our wide range of serviced apartments in Melbourne. You can also connect with our team to find the perfect stay in Melbourne.

We have many Aparthotels in Melbourne which come with a gym, Guests can consider staying at Oaks Melbourne on Collins Hotel or Oaks Melbourne on Market Hotel

Our serviced apartments come with all the essentials such as a fully equipped kitchen,Wi-Fi access and other applainces for easy living.

Top Furnished Apartments in Melbourne

More About Melbourne

 Facts About Melbourne

Post its European establishment in 1835, the city of Melbourne has consistently drawn migrants from several nationalities to establish their settlements, thereby leading to the exponential economic and cultural growth of the area, blossoming into the vibrant, melting pot it is today. Located on the southeastern coast of Port Phillip Bay, the heart of the city is run over by an extensive metropolitan culture. 

  • Home to more than 1 million people, it is only behind Sydney in terms of population.
  • Its tramway system is the fourth largest in the world and holds the top position outside Europe. 
  • The city is the world’s official fox capital home to 6 to 23 foxes in urban areas for each square kilometre. 
  • Historically Melbourne was to be named after one of its founders John Batman, as ‘Batmania’.  

Melbourne holds a key position in matters pertaining to the state of Victoria. It is the financial center and the seat of the government drawing businessmen and bureaucrats alike to attend to matters of finance and commerce.

The vibrant and upbeat vibe of the city can be felt as soon as you exit the Melbourne airport which is colloquially known as the Tullamarine. The primary airport in the city is also the second busiest in the country.

Apart from the Melbourne airport, the other prominent one can be found outside Geelong city known as Avalon airport. The former busiest, Essendon airport is located in the central northwestern region of the city.

Tips for Visiting Melbourne

Often dubbed as the nation’s ‘European Enclave’, the city is full of diverse cultures which makes it important to know how to navigate through the many streets, cuisines, markets and people. A general set of tips can make your trip smoother: 

  • Buy the Myki card.
  • Make sure to carry clothing for all four seasons.
  • Walk to explore hidden gems.
  • Explore your love for coffee.
  • Don’t be shy to discover new parts of the city. 
  • The boutique culture makes it such that shopping is best enjoyed early.
  • Visit the free galleries and museums.
  • Currency exchange booths are found in abundance and are mostly fair.
  • Taxis can get expensive during peak rush hour. 


Places to Visit in Melbourne

The city has a year-round travel appeal that equates to visitors being present all through. No matter the weather and time of year, there is something for everybody. 

  • Melbourne Zoo - Native, exotic wildlife and lush animal habitats at their finest. 
  • Eureka Tower - Climb atop the Eureka Skydeck for unparalleled panoramic shots of the city.
  • Australian Center for the Moving Image - The exclusive national museum of the country commemorates art, digital culture, video games and film.
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral - This baroque, gothic style building is a homage to the city's religious grassroots.
  • Melbourne Star Observational Wheel - This 30 minute Ferris wheel ride allows passengers a great chance to photograph the city from panoramic angles and perspectives. 
  • Shrine of Remembrance - Built as a sight of tribute for Victorians who had served the country during WW1.
  • Federation Square - Completed in 2002, this nuanced minimalistic piece of architecture incorporates deconstructive elements to create a trilogy of unique public spaces.
  • Royal Exhibition Building - Host of the annual Melbourne international exhibition, there are regular festivals for locals to immerse in.
  • City Circle Tram - Hop on and off vintage tram models as you explore parts of the city, for free.
  • Abbotsford Convent - This contemporary village is a multi-facility social arts center that is full of eateries, parks, galleries and bars which welcome everyone.

Places to Eat in Melbourne

Melbournian cuisine works with local produce and indigenous flavours to create a stark, bold and adventurous palate. Innovation, science and vibrancy have led the city to become a forerunner in Australian cuisine. 

Heading to the CBD comes with the opportunity to explore such culinary delights, amidst unmarked stairs, down graffiti jazzed lanes and on glittering rooftops. Look for Tipo 00 for Italian cravings and get served the most authentic ribbon-like pasta; explore Mediterranean palates at Bar Lourinhã along with great vegetarian options. Excelling in Middle Eastern cuisine, Bar Saracen makes the most authentic pita bread and dips. Smoked Argentinean food at San Telmo brings out the flavors of South America.  

For dining around the beach at St Kilda, a popular spot is Stokehouse which provides regionally cooked seafood whose menu varies as per the season. Donovans is another beachside classic that offers picturesque views as you chow down. Towards South Yarra, a variety of native Australian meals can be tried at Da Noi, and fine Australian dining can be enjoyed at Matilda. 

Street Food in Melbourne

The bustling street food culture across the city has made compromising on flavor obsolete. The several convoys of food trucks and legions of street markets make it so that you can enjoy fine dining as you stroll through the graffiti-laden streets.

The sheer diversity in food across several local markets and vendors will leave anybody spoilt for choice. Options in Melbourne include Butcher’s Diner, Dodee Paidang, Miznon and ShanDong MaMa. Closer to Footscray you can explore Slice Shop for pizza, Roman’s Original for bistro cuisine or Issan Thai Street Food for piping Thai curry. 

Shopping in Melbourne

Not only the fashion capital of the country but even an important center for fashion across the globe; the city of Melbourne is extremely fashion-forward, often setting trends for the rest of the country to follow. Destinations such as the Chadstone Shopping Complex harmonically blend the tradition of shopping arcades with modern multi-level shopping complexes. Bridge Road in Richmond, Block Arcade and Brunswick Street in Fitzroy are also great spots to find the trendiest clothing and accessories.  Other notable shopping areas in Melbourne include the following:

  • Chapel Street
  • Queen Victoria Market 
  • St. Collins Lane
  • Melbourne Central
  • Flinders Lane
  • Melbourne GPO
  • Toorak Road

Transportation in Melbourne

There are several transit options in and around the city including busses, trams, trains, taxis and even riverboats. A freeway to move around the city is to opt for the tram network. Access the free tram zone map and obtain your myki card which gives you entry to the free tram zones.

The city circle tram offers a free guided tour of the city with commentary along with several points of interest. The metro trains of the city operate between flinders Street station and along the edge of the suburbs. The underground network covers all the important stations in the central business district including:

  • Parliament Street
  • Flinders Street
  • Southern Cross Station
  • Melbourne Central
  • Flagstaff

Busses also operate along the length of the city covering all major hubs such as the shopping centers, sports venues, eateries and architectural landmarks. A trio of ferries operates in certain areas shuttling passengers through the day.

Weather in Melbourne

The city has different climatic conditions year-round which make it important to research and plan an itinerary. December to February is marked by sweltering heat which can reach as hot as 27 degrees Celsius.

At this time outdoor festivals and summer swims are a common sight. Through autumn both food and fashion, festivals are organized city-wide all through the months of April and May. By June, the weather in Melbourne starts cooling and turning wetter as August approaches.

This is a great time to travel since fares and tariffs are heavily discounted. The Spring season in October sees a revival of festivities and outdoor sports. At this time of the year, vineyard tours are also common.