1A Campbell Grove, Northcote VIC 3070, Australia
1A Campbell Grove Northcote VI
Real Estate Agency, Lodging
0401 119 429
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StayCentral Serviced Apartment
Serviced apartments in inner Melbourne
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I had never stayed in Northcote before, and only had a vague knowledge of it, but I have to say I was surprised by the wealth of restaurants and shops etc on High St. Better still, it was just around the corner from the apartment. I had my own car, but the quick tram to the CBD on the corner was too easy not to use. Max and the staff at StayCentral were very easy to deal with, and checkin was very smooth with them meeting me on site. A great company to deal with.
Quiet location, but so close to the shops, restaurants and tram and train that make this a delightful experience. Would definitely recommend for short or medium term if you want to enjoy Melbourne, but don't want to stay in the hustle and bustle of the city centre. A short ride away. Modern, comfortable and, of course, with the ever watchable, spectacular city views. StayCentral are very professional and easy to deal with.
Whatever the weather in Melbourne, you get an ever changing view at Northcote Hill. Winter may be here, but snug and warm in the apartment you can enjoy the skyline and appreciate the proximity to the city and the nearby transport options.
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