About Tyrian Serviced Apartments
Nestled in the bustling Fitzroy district, Tyrian Serviced Apartments offer upscale accommodations with self-catering facilities. Visitors are steps from the culture, shopping, and dining of Melbourne.
Spacious apartments feature one, two, or three bedrooms. All include queen or king-size beds, laundry facilities, cable television, en-suite bathrooms, and kitchenettes. Larger suites add private balconies and extra bathrooms.
Guests can enjoy secure private parking in the underground lot along with free Wi-Fi throughout the apartment building.
A few local dining establishments include Marios Cafe, Pireaus Blues, Rice Paper Scissors Fitzroy, and Black Pearl Bar, all less than two blocks away.
Tyrian Serviced Apartments are less than one mile of Fitzroy attractions like Rose Street Artists' Market, Melbourne Museum, Carlton Gardens, and the Royal Exhibition Building. St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Princess Theatre, and University of Melbourne are all one mile from the apartments.
Great location in a trendy district.
Guests stated that the apartments are well-located in the hip and trendy Fitzroy district which offers plenty to do within easy walking distance. A convenient supermarket is located downstairs, and there are lots of restaurants, cafes, and bars around.
Large and well-equipped apartments.
The apartments were said to be well-kept, modern, nicely-decorated, and very spacious. Visitors noted that the accommodations had good facilities for easy self-catering and were well-stocked with the necessary basics.
Staff are courteous, helpful, and professional.
The apartment staff received high ratings for their friendliness and professionalism. Reviewers said that the employees were attentive and responsive to the needs of their guests, and the daily housekeeping was reported to be thorough.
Comfort issues in some apartments.
A number of guests encountered some problems in their apartments which needed attention. Issues included hard beds and pillows, tired and worn-out furniture, poor lighting in some areas, and fussy or ineffective air conditioning units.
Rooms need better sound-proofing.
The building's location in a bustling district brings excessive street noise which many visitors found bothersome. Others added that thin walls do little to muffle sound from noisy neighbors, and that the street-side rooms suffer from the most noise on the weekends. Light sleepers should bring ear plugs and request an apartment at the back of the building.
Not a great value for money.
Owing to the location in a popular and trendy area, reviewers felt that the apartments, while nice, were a bit pricey for what you get. Travellers in need of budget-friendly accommodations should look elsewhere.