StayCentral CSide CBD pool gym tennis Casino shops

From $302 / night

Description from the owner

  • Apartment
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 5

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 5

Type: Apt. / Condo

StayCentral CSide CBD pool gym tennis Casino shops

No expense spared. Luxury king & queen bedrooms, fabulous city view, with indoor pool, tennis court, gym and own BBQ. Close to trams, Exhibition Centre, Casino, CBD, Etihad Stadium, MCG, Arts Precinct & Tennis

Perfect for four, the Cityside corporate apartment is brilliantly located; just across the road from Melbourne Exhibition Centre and just across the Yarra River from Melbourne CBD.

Your boutique apartment is tucked inside the stylish Rivergarden Condos building, a modern new building with a security entrance, which combines the beauty of a magnificent modern building with brilliant facilities such as a fully enclosed 25m lap pool, tennis ...Read more

About the owner

StayCentral Melbourne Serviced Apartments

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  • Overall rating
    4.6 / 5.0 based on 179 reviews and 12 properties


StayCentral CSide CBD pool gym tennis Casino shops
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Additional Location Information

(As its name suggests, Southbank is located on the southern side of the 252km Yarra River, where it passes the Melbourne CBD.) It is very close to South Melbourne.

StayCentral – Cityside at Southbank is perfectly located in Southbank, the premier shopping, dining and entertainment precinct of Melbourne.

Here are just a FEW examples of local attractions which are an EASY WALK (less than 1,000m) away:

Southbank and Southgate Promenade shops, restaurants and cafés; right on the river
Southbank to Port Melbourne, South Melbourne or South Yarra - great for walking, jogging, bike riding or roller blading. Southbank promenade forms part of the Capital City Bicycle Trail, which circles the Melbourne city centre and some inner eastern and northern suburbs. A popular starting point for the trail is at Princes Bridge near Flinders Street Station. Bikes can be hired near the boathouses east of the bridge.
The beautifully landscaped Queen Victoria and Alexandra Gardens with its boathouses, jogging track, bike paths and river boats on the adjacent Yarra River
The Yarra River is a great way to see the city and hear about its history. The river cruises show you and tell you so much about the city.
The well-manicured Kings Domain (park and gardens) - also home of the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.
The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV International)
Ballet, Opera and Live Theatre at the State Theatre & Concert Hall
Victorian College of the Arts & Melbourne Recital Centre
Crown Entertainment Complex, with its Cinemas, shopping, restaurants and Casino
Melbourne Exhibition Centre (Jeff’s Shed)
Melbourne Convention Centre (completed late in 2009)
Melbourne Aquarium; on the rivers edge
Federation Square with its galleries, exhibitions, restaurants and many cultural events
Chinatown has a great variety of restaurants
Flinders Street Station is identical to one in Calcutta, India.
Southern Cross Station (Formerly Spencer Street Station)
CBD shopping including Elizabeth St, Bourke St mall, Collins St and Flinders Lane
Free city tram around the CBD - until 9pm
St Paul’s Anglican Cathedral and Melbourne Town Hall
Melbourne Maritime Museum (Polly Woodside)
Immigration Museum
Melbourne Observation Deck atop the Rialto Building
Eureka Skydeck and “The Edge”
Shopping at Clarendon St, South Melbourne

Just South of the Southbank Area

(If you like to walk, you can easily walk to these places).

Royal Botanical Gardens including the
Moonlight Cinema (during summer)
Shrine of Remembrance War Memorial
A Bit Further South

St. Kilda Road business district - a hop, step and jump away.
The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC)
Fashionable, fabulous and funky shopping in Chapel Street , Prahran. Be sure to check out the wonderful Prahran Market while you're there. And the trendy shopping!
The beautifully landscaped Albert Park Lake with its swans, ducks and little boats is also home of the Grand Prix circuit every March. It boasts 225-hectares of beautiful parkland including a picturesque lake and network of trails. The park is a beacon to sporting and recreation enthusiasts with a superb 18 hole golf course, golf driving range, walking and cycling tracks and on-water activities. Other facilities include picnic tables, barbecue areas, playgrounds, restaurants and toilets.
St. Kilda and surrounding beaches - great for swimming, walking, jogging, bike riding or roller blading.
St Kilda Marina and Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron
St. Kilda’s huge Sunday Craft Market on the Esplanade
Luna Park Fun Fair
St. Kilda Baths, a popular indoor pool, surrounded by great courtyard cafés, right on the beach.
The cosmopolitan shopping, restaurant and café experiences of Carlisle, Fitzroy and Acland Streets, St. Kilda
West of the Southbank Area

Victoria Avenue (Vic Ave), Albert Park for another great variety of restaurants
Port Melbourne’s beautiful bayscape, Station Pier (ships and restaurants), cafes, great mix of corner pubs (great people and music); a great place to walk, cycle or roller blade to, and when you get there. Don’t forget the beaches. The bike paths go all the way around the bay, past St Kilda to Sandringham!
CBD and Docklands Areas

Etihad Stadium on the CBD edge of Docklands
State Houses of Parliament
St Patricks Catholic Cathedral
State Library
Fitzroy and Flagstaff Gardens on the edges of the CBD

More About This Location

City vacations, Waterfront

Getting There

Car is not necessary



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