The Miro Apartments

Fortitude Valley

The art at The Miro is not confined to the façade, which comprises a Joan-inspired mural on retractable balcony screens.

Inside, the serviced apartments, though compact are up-to-the-minute funky stylish. With a flat screen wall-mounted TV, an abundance of sleek black or white surfaces, and Andy Warhol prints on the kitchen wall, the accommodation is in sync with the Fortitude Valley vibe in the streets outside.

Stays are for a minimum of one night and up to seven in a one or two bedroom apartment and there’s a secure lock-up carpark in the basement. Although with the central well-connected location – an easy stroll to James St, the Valley’s heart and trains and down to New Farm - there should be little need for a car.

The Miro Apartments

41 Robertson St

Fortitude Valley

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41 Robertson St Fortitude Valley

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