109 Walker St, Clifton Hill VIC 3068, Australia

Furnished Apartment Building


0418 389 074


Open Hours

Monday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Wednesday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Thursday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Friday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM – 9:00 PM

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Parkside Stay

About the business

Melbourne Accommodation Clifton Hill Apartment Pet Friendly Self Contained | Parkside Stay

Self contained Melbourne apartment accommodation in Clifton Hill. Pet friendly Melbourne CBD accommodation with park views over Merri Creek bike trail.

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Elizabeth Roberts
HORRIBLE-NOT PET OR HUMAN FRIENDLY This is how we were greeted " Take your shoes off, (onto freezing cold concrete floor inside!!) , don't put your bags on my table, its $1000 worth, don't turn on this light, put this light on (it stays on for 15 minutes) only let the blinds down half way ( the blinds were SEE THROUGH which meant that every one on the street could see right through!!! NO PRIVACY), don't put anything up against the wall, you can move this table if you want, this doona is $1000 worth, put the dogs in the bathroom as there is ventilation in there, keep the DOORS OPEN all day for ventilation (I had to take my valuables with me). I unfortunately was very sick one night, I was told I had to buy all new bedding, and pay for all dry cleaning which I did. The owner RANG ME CONSTANTLY about how the apartment stunk, then she let herself into the apartment when I was in bed asleep!!!! This was the WORST experience I have ever had, I have never, in my life, felt so uncomfortable... I have travelled all over the world and in Australia ( with my dogs) and I do not recommend this place. I LEFT with two days still to go there, which I had paid for.
Frances Pirovic
Ralph and Shazza loved their stay and their welcome play with Zac! I had an incredibly peaceful sleep in one of the most comfortable beds I've ever slept in! Much respect to Wendy for her kind welcoming nature and accommodating us considering our late notice and arrival! Her knowledge of the local area and recommendations were much appreciated. Look forward to another stay!
Love this place! This is my third visit to Parkside Stay and as per usual it did not disappoint. My husband and our spoodle were made to feel completely at home by Wendy - who pulled out all the stops. We were provided with milk/bread, tea/coffee and flowers which was a lovely touch. We keep coming back for the location (stunning - parks everywhere for the hound to play and so close to the city). Despite being close to the city it is still very peaceful. It is a struggle to find a great place in Melbourne that is dog friendly but also feels like a home. The apartment has been beautifully decorated with furnishings, has lots of light and the bed is divine. Our dog even enjoyed play dates with Wendy's dog Zac! Taking your shoes off in the apartment is just part of what keeps it so clean so we were of course happy to oblige. Can't recommend Parkside Stay enough. We will keep coming back.
I recently spent 5 nights at Parkside Stay with my husband and dog Max. We were both pleasantly surprised and delighted with the location and ambience of Parkside Stay as we were with Wendy's warm and welcoming manner. The modern apartment itself was beautifully maintained with lovely extra touches like fresh flowers on the table. Conveniently located to quaint little eateries, local galleries and the CBD was an added bonus. A plus for Max and I was the gorgeous parklands at our doorstop! Thank you Wendy for providing a great place to stay. We will be coming back again and this time with both two legged and four legged friends! 5 stars
Marcela Biguzas
This place is well situated but unfortunately had we read some of the reviews we wouldn't have booked, as we experienced similar issues. 1. the owner has advertised the place "to be aired", requiring windows to be opened ALL the time, (and this she will remind you constantly, as she lives upstairs and knows when you close them) but she failed to add in her instructions that windows were to stay open 24hrs. We had several cold days in Melbourne where we had to close them and ran into problems about that (phone call and text followed up from the owner almost immediately). Not sure what happens here in winter. We were more than happy to open them when we were out. 2. the bedroom window has a couple of rubber stoppers, much like the ones placed behind doors, to stop the window from closing fully. when this was pointed out she said she couldn't do anything about it. Really? There must be a health and safety implications about not being able to close one's bedroom window completely - especially in winter. 3. the place has no carpet (except the bedroom) yet she will insist on indoor shoes! the floor is polished concrete. This makes no sense whatsoever, considering the dog is not wearing any! 4. don't be surprised if she removes the rug from underneath the coffee table even though it's advertised with one. The reason, if your dog sheds fur, which most do, she will want to throw a sheet over it. if you don't like that, because vacuuming apparently is not an option, we offered to do it, she will roll it up and remove it. 5. the place is inconsistently clean, and if I was the owner, I'd be more concerned about that than ventilation. 6. she mentioned shower timing out at 3min. When asked replied that there was water restriction in Melbourne. We have family and friends in Melbourne, we didn't believe it and tested. Sure enough the hot water kept on running. We left a day earlier as we didn't feel comfortable.

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