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Our City Edge On Elizabeth Apartment In Melbourne

Many of my friends asked me where we stayed during our eight days trip in Melbourne.   Before coming over, I've asked a blogger friend about the accommodation and which one she would recommend and she was so kind enough to find out for me.  Her recommendation was City Edge at A'Beckett Street and without much ado, we just booked it online...

The City Edge is just on the right.... directly opposite the Book Sale sign....
There is one queen size bed....
and another sofa-bed at the living hall...
The pantry is just two steps away from the sofa bed.... LOL....
The corridor where we put our luggage....
Initially we were given this apartment but the air conditioner was not working very well...
The heat outside was really terrible and we went down to the reception to request for another room...
The lady-in-charge was very friendly actually, 
she took the trouble to let me see another two more rooms 
before we finally settled for the third one.....
At least the room was not facing the evening sun as the other two rooms....
And this room was a bit larger than the other two..... 
We could chuck our big luggage inside here...
So... this has become one room apartment during our 7 nights stay here in Melbourne...
We can do our cooking... (dish washer provided)
We can do our own laundry (washing machine and dryer too)
Ironing..... stand fan... heater... hair dryer...
4 sets of plates, cups, glasses, bowls, pans, pots...
What else did I miss?
Oh, the rates..... 
For our 7 nights, it cost around $1100.00
I think the rates vary depending on peak and non peak season...
So that is about it....
Happy Staying!!


Comments

  1. Cheap, less than AUD200 a night. Must KIV this, in case I hop over...someday. :(

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  2. One look, all I see is red colour - bag, sofa, wall, etc....very convenient, can cook if you feel like it.

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  3. For a family, apartment is better. Nice room. Very bright red colour!

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    1. Ang ang ... Now only i notice... At least not so dreary...

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  4. not bad lah this apartment, all basic amenities provided, and you even got to choose your room!! good for a family.. and A$1100 for 7 nights and to bunk you 4 isn't that expensive also..

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    1. If two persons it is around $850... Cheaper....

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  5. Thanks for the info. Looks good. I will take note of this and stay there if I ever get a chance to go visit Melbourne.

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    1. Anytime, Mun.. hope by that time, the weather is not so hot! :)

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  6. Looks like a studio suite and wow, I love the small little pantry.. I like the red background.. Ada kelas, ada gaya, keke.. Even the sofa is red.. The theme is white & red I suppose..

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    1. At least it doesn't look dreary and gloomy.. the sun was up and high so the room was not as cooling during the first day...

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  7. Not bad, plus the condition not like apartment, more hotel style, very comfortable!!! =]

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    1. Apartment cum hotel... oh, I forgot to mention.. no daily cleaning unless $15 paid per day... hahaha...

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    2. But is okay la, as long as you don't messed it up, don't have to clean everyday, right?

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  8. Oohh so this is how the apartment looks like! A bit small but at least you have everything needed... and the rates are quite reasonable considering the location. Will consider this place if we travel to Melbourne next time!

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    1. Thank you Mei Yee for recommending this apartment... hope you like it too!

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  9. I had stayed in an apartment in Sydney before. Very comfortable as every basic needs was provided but too bad we didn't cook or wash our clothes.

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    1. Next time I will ask you for more info if we plan to go... :)

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  10. not that big but considering the price and its clean...okay mah...

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  11. I think is pretty decent considering you have place to cook and do the laundry. That saves a lot too!

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