Yogyakarta inspired Eco-Chic Serviced Apartment in Canberra
This inviting one-bedroom apartment is eclectically and artistically styled, inspired by the artistic Indonesian city, Yogyakarta and the colour green. It includes a fully equipped kitchen, a spacious living and dining area, a private balcony and a large bathroom decked with the finest Sukin Australia toiletries. Bedding configuration is one queen size bed, a sofa bed is available for a third guest upon booking.
Access to the foyer gallery, clothes line, veggie patch and greenhouse;
Large lounge and dining room;
Spacious fully equipped kitchen, including condiments and staple food items;
The finest Sukin Australia products, including body wash, shampoo and conditioner provided in the bathroom;
Reverse cycle heating/air conditioning;
Laundry facilities, along with an ironing board and iron;
Television with USB portals and HDMI input;
Complimentary undercover secure parking;
Bicycles, helmets and bike locks available to use, free of charge.
“Well presented, clean apartment with good quality bed, kitchen and bathroom. Nice garden. A quiet location but close to shops and restaurants. A leafy stroll to Canberra nightlife. Good off-street parking.”
“The apartment was great - clean, spacious and comfortable. I really appreciated the 24 hour access and secure parking as I was in and out of the apartment a number of times. The location is very quite so a good nights sleep is ensured. Felt at home, looking forward to returning again. Thank you Barbara.”
“The apartment was fantastic, I was able to cook full meals to give to my son's team that were staying somewhere else, as well as make salads for BBQ nights for the team. The apartment was lovely, comfortable, quiet and so warm. It was nice to find extra amenities that I didn't have to buy along the way; like washing powder, bags, washing up liquid, etc. it made it so easy to access with no keys, but gave us piece of mind to know that there was security everywhere at the apartment block. I will certainly recommend my family and friends to stay here, and if I come back to Canberra I will stay here again.”