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Booked the apartment for two nights for two couples.
Very easy check in process with very clear instructions being emailed on the morning we were due to check in.
Apartment was spacious, clean and everything there that we needed. Only a very small amount of...More
We loved the stay at District Fitzroy, the apartment was even better than the photos.
So lovely inside and a great location with so many restaurants and bars close by.
We would definitely stay there again and would recommend to anybody.
Don't stay in the...More
District Fitzroy is a no fuzz apart-hotel with everything you need for a self-catered stay in Melbourne.
There is no check-in as such, but after you make your reservation you will receive the details on how to get to your apartment.
There is a fully...More
The 2-bedroom apartment we stayed in (G01) was comfortable and well suited our needs as a family of four (our kids were happy to share a queen bed). It was very clean and offered everything we needed for a short stay. The location is fabulous...More
Spent some time trying to find an affordable airbnb for a few days arriving on Christmas night for the boxing day test without success. Stumbled on District Fitzroy and booked a 1 bed and a 2 bed for three nights. Much more reasonably priced than...More
Fitzroy is an unusual blend of working class roots, hip gentrification, and a robust bohemian work ethic. Along Brunswick Street and its side streets, you'll find little independent shops where local clothes and furniture designers display their wares. There are specialist bookshops, funky record bars, and quality vintage clothing shops where browsing is the next best thing to buying. Gertrude Street is famous for its
cuisine and art galleries, but if you want to buy an old-fashioned snooker table, there is a shop for that too. Small pubs still exist, tucked away on the corners of suburban side streets that serve up traditional Sunday roasts. Live music abounds, and the street performers play so hard you worry to tip them would ruin their concentration. Venture to the Spanish quarter on Johnston Street and you may even find street dancing. It is all happening amidst off-beat street murals and the shuffle of a very funky neighbourhood that embraces both old and new.