Huts along Brighton Beach, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Clean and Comfortable Serviced Apartments Accommodation in the Heart of the Melbourne CBD 

Looking for accommodation like a serviced apartment in the Melbourne CBD? Your journey starts here. Voted the world's most liveable city seven years running, Melbourne is a thriving hive of culture, nightlife and a seemingly unending stable of dining options. Day or night, you'll be spoilt for choice - there's plenty to see and do. 

The city centre is one of the best places to live when visiting Melbourne. Step outside Fraser Place Melbourne, your convenient, clean and comfortable serviced apartment accommodation, and into Exploration Lane. Turn left, and you're just mere metres away from Melbourne's famed street trams on La Trobe St. Jump onboard for free travel around the Melbourne CBD and convenient drop-offs in front of the State Library, the Parliament of Victoria, Federation Square, Bourke St Mall, Fitzroy Gardens, Flinders St Station and Docklands. 

Sophistication meets comfort in the studio rooms of Fraser Place Melbourne - serviced apartments in the Melbourne CBD, Australia.

Fraser Place Melbourne

One of the best Melbourne serviced apartments, Fraser Place Melbourne combines modern, stylish and comfortable interior design with easy, convenient living in the heart of the CBD. The property's 112 studio, deluxe, executive and premier rooms excel in cleanliness and comfort, meaning you can focus on experiencing the best Melbourne has to offer.

Staying in Melbourne

Melbourne is set up for travellers of all styles and needs. The city boasts a wealth of serviced apartment options for long stay or short-stay accommodation needs, as well as reliable and versatile public transport options. As for things to see and do in Melbourne, the city can lay claim to many of Australia's top cultural and sporting centres, including the National Gallery of Victoria, the Melbourne Museum, the Princess Theatre, Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne Park, and Marvel Stadium. Melbourne also hosts some of Australia's - and the world's - top live sporting events, including the Melbourne Grand Prix, The Australian Open, and international Cricket tests. 

With a global sensibility - perhaps the product of the many different nationalities that have formed Melbourne's cultural fabric over the years - the city also boasts a world-renowned dining scene. Melbourne's 'all-night' culture, especially in the Melbourne CBD, means you'll find dining to suit every taste and budget almost any time of day or night.  

Fashion-forward Melbournians will tell you the city is also a hub for Australia's top designers - and they'd be right. Notable fashion hotspots include Collins St in the Melbourne CBD, Brunswick St in Fitzroy and Chapel Street in South Yarra, which is easily reached by public transport from the city centre. 

Top things to do in Melbourne

Don't miss out on the best things to see and do in Melbourne.  

  • Check out the city's renowned cultural scene, including top museums, galleries, live music venues and theatres.

  • Dig into the city's much-lauded dining scene, featuring the culinary exploits of some of Australia's top chefs.

  • Grab tickets to some of Melbourne's top seasonal sporting events, including the AFL, domestic and international tennis, football, cricket and horse racing.

  • Catch a break from the urban bustle with a wander through the Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens.

  • Conduct better business with access to Melbourne's top meetings and conferences facilities, including the Melbourne Conference Exhibition Centre.

Arts, history and culture

Laneways in Melbourne are filled with restaurants and boutique shopping

Melbourne's reputation as a thriving cultural hub is well deserved. The city features a remarkable variety of arts, history and cultural venues and experiences year-round. Lovers of history will enjoy the Melbourne Museum with its range of permanent and temporary exhibitions focused on the history of Victoria. Art enthusiasts will revel in an exploration of the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), which hosts some of Australia's and the world's most important artistic works. 

Looking for something a little more offbeat? Explore the laneways of the Melbourne CBD for an ever-changing public collection of graphic street art, or head to Fitzroy where you'll find an eclectic range of small galleries. Closer to your serviced apartment accommodation, turn left on La Trobe St from Exhibition Lane and enjoy a short walk to the State Library of Victoria.

Eating out and eating well

For lovers of the gastronomic arts, there are few places better in the world to explore innovation and inspiration on the plate than Melbourne. Within easy walking distance of Fraser Place Melbourne, you'll find a staggering variety of different dining options for all tastes and budgets. Hungry for a midnight snack? Turn right down Exhibition Lane out of your serviced apartment accommodation and then right again onto Lonsdale St. A block later and across the road, you'll find Stalactites. Since 1978, the 24-hour Greek restaurant has been an enduring stalwart of the Melbourne food scene, serving up uncomplicated, fresh and flavourful Greek-inspired food to diners day and night.

Sports aplenty

Melbourne is a year-round sport and sporting events city, with a long history of hosting major local, national and international sports including football, tennis, cricket and horse racing. Ask any Melbournian though and most likely they'll say the king of sports is Australian Rules Football, otherwise known as 'Aussie Rules' or the AFL. Between March and September, catch the country's top teams in and around the Melbourne CBD at notable venues including the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The MCG is easily reached by public transport from Fraser Place Melbourne's serviced apartments.

Surrounded by nature

The Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne in Victoria, Australia

After a day spent at work or with friends and family in the city centre shopping and dining, one of the best things to do in Melbourne is head over to the Royal Botanic Gardens just south of the Melbourne CBD. Sitting along the Yarra River, the gardens are a fascinating collection of flora from around Australia and the world, with many species endemic to Victoria. It's a place of calm, quiet and relaxation. Meander through the gardens' paths and stop for a coffee, a late lunch or ice cream along the way.

Better business

The Yarra River flows through the centre of Melbourne, Victoria

As Australia's second-largest city, Melbourne is a centre for business. Many of Australia's top companies are domiciled in the Melbourne CBD for the convenience and proximity to services the city's excellent layout and public transport affords. The Melbourne CBD has plenty of serviced apartments for short stay use by business travellers looking for comfort and convenience, close to many of the city centre's main integrated office and retail complexes. 

Looking for more inspiration on your visit to Melbourne? Check out Fraser Moments' list of 10 things to do in Melbourne only locals would know.

Getting to and around the Melbourne CBD

Arriving at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport via international or domestic arrivals, there are multiple options to travel to the Melbourne CBD and your serviced apartment. A taxi is the most direct way to your accommodation however for the more thrifty traveller, multiple bus options exist including public buses and the privately-owned SkyBus, which offers a fast, frequent and affordable Melbourne City Express bus. In addition, travellers may opt to hire a car. Melbourne airport has pick-up and drop-off offices for most major car rental companies.