Want less kitsch and more glitz? Chic getaways begin and end on Chapel Street. From five-star accommodation, to-die-for eats and world-class drops, to thought-provoking art, show stealing accessories and cutting edge bars, it’s hard not to walk away from our opulent precinct feeling a little more glam (and your wallet a little less heavy).
Black marble ensuites, rubber duckies and 111 rooms that even Kanye would approve of. The Como has literally have you need for a damn classy stay in South Yarra. As a part of the Sofitel group, you’d expect all of the goodies that come with an internationally renowned hotel empire – what you wouldn’t expect is the ROOFTOP pool. You could safely lounge away all day here, until it’s time to go shopping of course.
It was at 282 Chapel Street, Melbourne that Daniel Francis Murphy realised the lifelong dream of running his own liquor store. More than 60 years on, Dan Murphy’s Cellar has returned to the same location, the cellar under the original store on Chapel Street. Located beneath street level underneath the famous Prahran Arcade building, experience a world-class retail space. The Dan Murphy’s Cellar contains one of the most comprehensive collections of rare, back vintage and hard-to-source Australian and international wines.
Unique, fluid shapes and bold tones. This place is for those a little less modest, who love a kick of colour in all the classiest and most stylish ways.
Located at the base of the luxurious Capitol Grand building, Omnia is a comfortable and elegant neighbourhood bistro and bar with interiors that will take you breath away. Award-winning chef Stephen Nairn has created a European inspired menu which changes seasonally, supporting Australian growers, producers and farmers. From legacy giants to rockstar growers and producers, their wine list is not one to walk past. Not to mention, their cocktails are crafted by 2018 World Class Global Bartender of the Year, Orlando Marzo.
South Yarra Art House Gallery is recognised for their cosy space, tucked off Chapel Street behind the new Capitol Grand complex. For the last 25 years they have been promoting artists working in Australia to buyers nationally and internationally. Their small team works with customers and Interior Designers to enhance residential and corporate spaces with beautiful original artworks. The gallery houses a diverse range of artwork from contemporary, abstract to detailed Australian Landscape scenes. They have new artwork arriving regularly and can superimpose artworks onto customers walls.