MAIÀ is a gentle union of the modern and the historic. Its industrial look and feel is balanced by a mix of raw and sophisticated materials, making it a chic and edgy space. Features MAIÀ’s design features include a shipping crate inspired bar, original loading doors and hand etched wharf like wooden floorboards. MAIÀ features cathedral-style ceilings, expansive windows that provide a flood of natural light that contrast against a host of contemporary design features, including a mirror tiled wall. MAIÀ has a light, earthy feel complemented by a colour palette of beige, tan and black. Cuisine MAIÀ's culinary offering takes inspiration and flavours from Asia and Europe and transforms them with a modern Mediterranean twist and rustic yet refined presentation. Location Central Pier is in the heart of the Docklands precinct, located just 1.4 kilometres from Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Situated near eight tram routes, including the free City Circle Tram, 900 metres from Southern Cross Station, and just 100 metres from a Melbourne Bike Share docking station. Accommodation Located within 900 metres of three hotels, several serviced apartment buildings, and a further three new hotels opening in 2016, including one located directly opposite Central Pier. Parking Valet car parking is available on Central Pier at a cost and is subject to availability. There is an abundance of parking at Etihad Stadium opposite Central Pier and excellent access to public transport with trams and nearby Southern Cross Station.