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City with a Twist of Lemon

City with a Twist of Lemon, Melbourne

City with a Twist of Lemon is a newly completed apartment in the heart of Melbourne, serving up chic, industrial inspired accommodation with an energetic twist.

The apartment is situated within what used to be the Greater Union cinema building. This 19th century landmark is now home to the luxury QT hotel and 24 boutique residences which are furnished in a bold, creative style with cinematic flair to reflect the building's heritage.

City with a Twist of Lemon, with its ingenious use of space and light, creates a sleek and functional oasis above the city. This 9th floor apartment features every modern appliance for the discerning traveller.

The lounge has a smart TV with Netflix and a Panasonic stereo system. There is a modern and well-equipped kitchen with quality Miele appliances, a hidden European laundry and a bathroom with vanity, large shower and toilet. There is air-conditioning throughout and free NBN high speed Wi-Fi.

The living area opens onto a large balcony with seating and drinks cooler, providing views of the city skyline.

This 2 bedroom apartment can sleep up to 5 people.

  • Master bedroom - king bed, TV, ensuite with shower and toilet
  • Bedroom 2 - two king single beds, direct access to balcony
  • A fifth guest can be accommodated on a single fold out bed
  • Porta cot and high chair available on request
  • All linen and towels are supplied

Downstairs is the highly acclaimed Pascale Bar & Grill which is open for breakfast and dinner daily, and lunch during the week. Enjoy sweets from the hotel's boutique cake shop, excite your senses at the laneway-style bar, or for a truly Melbourne experience, sip a drink at the rooftop bar open late every night with a glittering skyline view. All this in one location.

Vehicle parking for one car is provided in the secure downstairs car park, although with all the best that Melbourne has to offer on your doorstep, you won't want to drive anywhere.

Public transport is close by. 120 metres to the tram stop on Russell Street and 500 metres to Parliament railway station.

The popular Bourke Street Mall shopping precinct is 400 metres from the apartment, Chinatown is 200 metres away and Federation Square is 750 metres.

Staying at City with a Twist of Lemon is an experience unlike anywhere you have stayed at before, with everything you need in one central location.

Meet and greet service:

We employ an external concierge service, who have worked with Rejuvenate Stays for many years in providing this service to our guests. They will greet you at the apartment on your arrival and provide a tour of the property and give you the keys for your stay.

Once advised by you we make a note of your desired arrival time however this time will also have to be confirmed with the concierge directly. There is a $60 meet and greet fee already applied to your total booking cost covering arrivals between 3pm and 10pm. If you are arriving between 10pm and midnight, an additional after hours concierge fee of $40 will apply. Arrivals after midnight will incur an additional $100 after hours concierge fee.

Please notify our concierge of any delays in advance (at least 1 hour before scheduled arrival). Any delays not notified in advance may incur an additional $70 call out fee.

  1. Nightly rates from

    $280 to $550

    Rates based on 4 guests. Additional guests $40 each per night. $35 booking fee and $90 cleaning fee per stay applies.

    Minimum stay from 2 to 5 nights.

    A $500 security deposit is deducted from your credit card 10 days prior to arrival and is returned on inspection of the accommodation after departure.

    Please enquire so we can supply a quote for your specific dates.

    Renovating, relocating, between house sales? We would welcome you for stays of up to 3 months. Ask us about our monthly rates and cleaning services.

  2. Property features

    • Entire property sleeps 5 people
    • Laundry facilities
    • Wireless internet

City with a Twist of Lemon
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