February 5, 2004
The room had a good sized kitchen area as part of the main room, a shower/bath in the bathroom, and a balcony out overlooking the street below.
The major down side was that people apparently live in the apartments, rather than just holiday makers, and they insist on a no-noise policy. The planned party in the rooms did not go ahead due to this policy. The funny thing was that even with a bunch of noisy people inside, you can't hear them when out on the balcony, so I'm not sure why they don't allow parties!!
These fully serviced apartments include the following facilities:
All in all, it was a nice place to stay, and with a group of people for the weekend, splitting the costs made it a really cheap place to stay! (It cost about the same price as it would for the group of us to stay at a youth hostel in the area. But it was much, much nicer and much more private!)
From journal Camarilla Road Trip - Melbourne to Adelaide!