Caroline Serviced Apartments Brighton
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCaroline Serviced Apartments Brighton
You won't go wrong with a stay at the Caroline Serviced Apartments in Brighton. We stayed here for over 7 weeks. The location is marvellous; close to the train to the CBD (15 minutes), steps to all the wonderful shops and restaurants on Church Street and only a short walk to the waterfront! But more important that the location is the amazing staff. From the folks on the front desk to the housekeeping staff; they all ensured that our stay was wonderful. We have travelled all over the world and would highly recommend this property for any one staying in the Melbourne area.
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