131 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia

Furnished Apartment Building

Lodging

0401 119 429

https://www.melbourne-corporate-apartments.com.au/all-properties/?code=28,21,18,8,9,12

Open Hours

Monday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM


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Pamela Thompson
We stayed at the Rosanna mansion recently with a Family of 9 adults and 1 infant. This house was perfect, enough bathrooms, great bedrooms and lovely outdoor area for us to enjoy without getting under each others feet. Kitchen was well stocked with Coffee and pantry staples. IGA and shops within Walking distance. Pls note the Railway station nearby is temporary closed and buses connect to other stations. The manager went out of his way to accommodate our baby and make sure everything was set for our stay. Bond was returned promptly All in all a great stay and we would rent this house again, if staying in the area .
Aleksia Blount
Great experience with the 7 Bedroom Mansion in Rosanna. A great solution for a large family gathering, which was enjoyed by all. StayCentral were very helpful with organising check in and check out. Highly recommended
kevin sutanto
Stayed here for a long term rental, The apartment was conveniently located in the Melbourne CBD. When you check in. Make sure to test all electronics and lights. take pictures of, stains, any wear and tear in the apartment. The bathroom light broke halfway into the stay, and took them 2 weeks to replace the lamp. have to resort using a table lamp for 2 weeks while the light is out. Cleaners claimed that they are not able to clean the bathroom, when the shower tub was always accessible for them to clean. I was claimed for stains and cleaning a week after checking out and waiting for irrefutable evidence to verify their claim.
sally strachan
We stayed at Melbourne Central for 8 nights and it really was a home away from home! The apartment was clean, stylish, had great city views and provided everything our family needed for a relaxing stay. The location is A1 - everything you could possibly need is within a short walking distance. Check in and out was easy and Chris was just a phone call away if we needed to know anything. Highly recommend!!
David Wilson
As a frequent international visitor to Melbourne I've come to rely on the apartments at both Southbank and Lonsdale Street. These are very comfortable, very well equipped and in great locations. What is very important to me is efficiency and reliability . In all visits communication from Staycentral has been excellent enabling easy and welcoming arrivals even when dealing with delayed and unpredictable flight schedules.

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