44 Davis Ave, South Yarra VIC 3141, Australia

Furnished Apartment Building

Lodging

(03) 9863 0555

https://www.punthill.com.au/hotels/south-yarra/?utm_medium=organic&utm_source=google-local&utm_campaign=south-yarra

Open Hours

Monday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Wednesday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Thursday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday 6:00 AM – 9:00 PM


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Punthill Apartment Hotel South Yarra

About the business

South Yarra Hotel Accommodation Melbourne – Punthill Apartment Hotels

If you're looking for a nice place to stay in South Yarra, look no further than Punthill Apartment Hotels' South Yarra apartments. Our South Yarra accommodation are conveniently located in an idyllic street just off trendy Toorak Road, a stone's throw from train & tram stations. Make your reservation online now.

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Angel V. Vo
The location is decent, 10min walk from a metro/woolies and the train station is even closer. The rooms are pretty standard but there's no washing machine; although there are dry cleaners and laundromat near by.
Jessica Fishburn
These apartments are very noisy. Rooms open onto outside hallways and you can hear all movements of other guests. We also had VERY loud and disruptive guests staying below us who partied all night/early morning and management did not answer after hours phone calls to report disruption. Not happy and we will not be staying again.
Bob Bao
Fantastic location, tidy rooms, great communication with staff however unsanitised cooking equipment.
Sam Harper
Will start off and point out that Punthill is in a great location. Close to shops and the South Yarra station. Negatives to start off will be the shower. The glass door is not big enough causing an inescapable mass of water to soak the bathroom floor. The shower head is too close to the wall making it extremely hard to shower. The bathroom door does not close easily and if it does get shut it jams and requires a large amount of force to re open. The exhaust fan makes an extremely loud crunching sound for the first few minutes whilst starting up. The TV was missing its remote. The kettle switch would turn off half way through its boil. And finally you can hear everything that goes on throughout the complex especially when someone is using the outside steps, it creates a mini earth quake. Not the worst in the world but not planning on a return.
Rachael Braun
Nothing like the website/pictures. Old, outdated, dingy and dodgy.

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