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quest east st kilda
Quest East St Kilda is close to public transport and the cosmopolitan shops and restaurants of Carlisle and Chapel Streets.  more info

fountain terrace in st kilda
Fountain Terrace Boutique Accommodation has the comfort & friendliness of a traditional bed & breakfast combined with the charm & elegance of a European hotel. more info

62 on grey st kilda
Sixty Two on Grey is 4 star boutique accommodation which consists of 12 fully self contained STUDIO apartments. more info

boutique hotel st marine
St Marine Boutique Hotel is a fully refurbished, beautiful, Edwardian style home on St. Kilda Beach. It overlooks the beach, marina & Port Phillip Bay. It is situated 5 kilometres from the centre of Melbourne. more info

cosmopolitan hotel melbourne
Cosmopolitan Hotel Melbourne is a stylish contemporary hotel and apartment complex. All rooms have been designed by one of Melbourne's leading Architects. more info

easystay apartments st kilda
The Easystay Apartments philosophy is simple: to provide visitors to Melbourne with comfortable, value-for-money accommodation in St Kilda. more info

easy stay serviced apartments
Easystay Serviced Apartments include kitchenette facilities including fridge/freezer, microwave, crockery & cookware, remote control colour tv & personally controlled heating/airconditioning. more info

easystaymotel
Easystay Motel has 40 rooms and is a great option for guests wanting value budget accommodation right in the heart of the action in St Kilda. more info

eastern townhouse st kilda
The Eastern Town House is situated on a boulevard in grand East Melbourne, a gold rush suburb with more than its fair share of wide streets and old elms. more info

 

St Kilda was once a seaside resort for genteel Melburnians. In the 1960s and '70s it took on a seedier edge, but today it exudes a heady dose of cosmopolitan cool and is treasured for its independent vibe. Melbourne's favourite beachside suburb; join locals who walk, cycle and skate along the foreshore or sail, windsurf or kitesurf in the water. You might see little penguins at the St Kilda Breakwater. Enjoy fine dining at Donovan's and fabulous seafood at the Stokehouse and live music at venues such as the Palais Theatre, the Esplanade Hotel and the Prince Bandroom. Get a thrill on a ride at the iconic Luna Park and visit the Sunday St Kilda Esplanade Arts and Craft Market. The St Kilda Sea Baths feature a 25-metre indoor seawater pool and Spa Dreamtime is the only spa in Australia using purified sea water. Fitzroy Street, Acland Street and Carlisle Street, Fitzroy and Acland streets have cool cafes, restaurants and bars and there's a selection of independent music and book stores, as well as a growing collection of fashion boutiques. Acland Street is home to Linden Centre for Contemporary Arts located in a Victorian mansion. St Kilda hotels range in style from the bohemian to the luxurious. There is something for everyone's taste and budget in St Kilda.

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