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Tyrian Serviced Apartments take pole position with new property

Melbourne is ground zero for major sporting events in Australia and few are more internationally recognised than the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix, which sees hundreds of thousands of spectators flock to Albert Park Lake over four days in March.

The event’s popularity can pose problems for would-be visitors however, as the city comes to life and accommodation options are snapped up rapidly.

But salvation is at hand, with a new offering that will entice those looking for exceptional quality and breathtaking views over the Grand Prix track and beyond.

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Tyrian Serviced Apartments’ brand new location at Queens Road, Melbourne which opened in January is the second of its kind in the city.

With 85 premium apartments, it prides itself on its spacious interiors – its smallest apartment measures a massive 42 square metres – and award winning service, having won Tripadvisor’s Certificate of Excellence at its first Melbourne property, in the heart of Fitzroy, for six years running.

In an environment where even the most seasoned of traveller is looking for more, it can be a challenge to find accommodation that provides not only an enjoyable experience, but can give its guests the ultimate indulgence when it comes to hotels these days – the luxury of space.

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Their range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments sets a new standard in inner city accommodation with easy access to major social hubs such as the CBD, South Yarra and St Kilda.

Perhaps one of the biggest draw cards of the new property is its resort style facilities. A sky-deck located 14 storeys in the air is an opulent space to unwind and enjoy spectacular views.

The infinity sky-pool allows guests to float in tranquility above the hustle and bustle of the streets while the state of the art health club, spa and sauna will impress any five-star hotel aficionado.

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Convenience is the Tyrian team’s top priority, their goal being to take the hassle out of hotel travel by providing extra services such as the ability to hire Tyrian cars and bicycles to get around Melbourne with ease.

This home-away-from-home  approach is one of the contributing factors to the group’s large number of loyal guests who appreciate the premium interiors, modern styling and fully equipped amenities such as Nespresso coffee machines, Malin+Goetz bathroom products and Foxtel cable TV.

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Unfortunately, leisure often comes with a little business and for those travelling for work, Tyrian has ensured they are catered to.

Conferencing facilities and an executive boardroom are available for hire on an hourly or daily basis, all facilitated by the ground floor cafe, Mr Percival, offering relaxed dining and exceptional coffee.

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With superior interiors, spectacular views and award winning service, Tyrian Serviced Apartments is Melbourne’s newest destination for luxury with a personal touch.

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