Welcome to our studio in Richmond. The details here will help make the most of your stay. We hope you have a great holiday and don’t hesistate to get in touch if you have any other queries.
By public transport:
Skybus to Southern Cross station + take train to Flinders St station (via city loop) + Tram 75 from Flinders St (get off at Church st)
13CABS or 131008
+ check-in is anytime after 3PM
+ self check-in with keypad — combination for keypad will be sent upon booking
+ check out by 10AM
+ no smoking
+ no pets
+ no parties or events
+ no shoes inside
+ Wi-Fi, high speed with unlimited downloads
+ 32″ HDTV
+ queen bed
+ Fujitsu heating + cooling split system
+ combined washing machine and dryer
+ wardrobe with ample storage
+ operable skylights for ventilation
+ heated bathroom floor
+ complimentary all natural body wash, shampoo, conditioner, hand wash and lotion,
+ fluffy towels
+ no, but there are paid parking options around the area
+ turn on/off, press
+ set mode, set temp & adjust fan speed with arrows
+ highlight Window 1
+ press left icon to close, press right icon to open fully
+ slide along the scale to partially open/close
+ touch screen and press
+ press to adjust temperature
+ to turn off, press button on side of panel
+ press POWER OFF on screen
Neighbouring the CBD, Richmond is a labyrinth of intriguing backstreets and thrives on small unique charms.
Once a working class suburb, it is home to rows of Victorian-era terraces, many restored to former glories. This inner-city suburb is sprawled with street art, hidden bars, galleries and backstreet microbreweries.
There are major supermarkets as well as gourmet options and bustling Asian grocers. Hop on a tram from Bridge Road and you will be in the CBD within 10 minutes.
There are plenty of food options in Richmond from hip cafes to authentic Asian cuisine on Victoria Street. Here are a few suggestions:
Richmond is bustling with art, music and shopping.