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Quest Southbank offers spacious modern apartments in a quiet location, only a quarter mile from the restaurants along Southbank Promenade. Each includes a full kitchen and a private balcony.
Quest Melbourne Southbank is 92 m from The Arts Center and the nearest tram stop is just 51 m away. It is a 10 minute walk to Crown Casino and a 15 minute walk to Federation Square.
All apartments are tastefully furnished and offer guests a private bathroom, laundry facilities and a living room separate from the bedroom. The large living room includes digital TV and a DVD sound system.
Internet access, including Wi-Fi, is available. Cable TV (8 channels) is also available in all apartments. Larger executive apartments offer views of the city, the bay or the Kings Domain Gardens.
Facilities include a fitness room, sauna and on-site parking. Quest Southbank offers grocery shopping services, luggage storage and a 24-hour front desk.
Southbank is a great choice for travelers interested in entertainment, restaurants and clothes shopping.
Children and extra beds
Accepted credit cards
- 24-Hour Front Desk
- Air Conditioning
- Airport Shuttle
- Baggage Storage
- Business Center
- Cable TV
- Dry Cleaning
- Family room
- fitness centre
- Grocery Deliveries
- Tour Desk
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Southbank is an inner urban neighbourhood of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1 km south of Melbourne’s central business district. Its local government area are the Cities of Melbourne and Port Phillip. At the 2011 Census, Southbank had a population of 11,235. Its northernmost area is considered part of the Central Business District and Central Activities District of the City. Southbank is bordered to the north by the Yarra River, and to the east by St Kilda Road. Southbank’s southern and western borders are bounded by Dorcas Street, Kings Way, the West Gate Freeway and Montague Street.
Southbank was formerly an industrial area and part of South Melbourne. It was transformed into a densely populated district of high rise apartment and office buildings beginning in the early 1990s, as part of an urban renewal program. With the exceptions of the cultural precinct along St Kilda Road, few buildings built before this time were spared by redevelopment.
Today, Southbank is dominated by high-rise development. It is one of the primary business centres in Greater Melbourne, being the headquarters of Foster’s, Treasury Wine Estates, Crown Limited, Alumina, Incitec Pivot, The Herald and Weekly Times (including the Herald Sun), as well as regional offices of many major corporations, in a cluster of towers with over 340,000 square metres of office space in 2008. It is also one of the most densely populated areas of Melbourne, with a large cluster of apartment towers, including Australia’s tallest tower measured to its highest floor, the Eureka Tower.
Southbank Promenade and Southgate Restaurant and Shopping Precinct, on the southern bank of the Yarra River, extending to Crown Casino, is one of Melbourne’s major entertainment precincts. Southgate’s landmark Ophelia sculpture by Deborah Halpern has been used to represent Melbourne in tourism campaigns.