Quest Carlton on Finlay
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuest Carlton on Finlay Melbourne
We were a last minute booking as our other accommodation wasn't available. So from the start the staff were very helpful. If you have stayed at Quest before then you know the standard is good and the rooms clean and functional. Yes refurbishments are still going on but this didn't impact on our stay at all. What a great location out the door into Lygon St. Walk across the park to the tram stop and straight into the CBD. Skybus drops and picks up at the corner for a quick airport transfer. Go for a walk to Victoria Markets, Melbourne Museum and all Carlton has to offer. The staff were great and very helpful to travellers. A great accidental find.
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