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Melbourne Lodging

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Seeking Melbourne lodging ideas in the $200 US range with 2 twin beds (traveling with a friend). Short-stay apartments, inns, etc, are all options. I've searched this site, Trip Advisor, expedia, hotelclub etc. I'm not really sold on any option. It seems as if most hotels in Melbourne are dirty, aging, noisy or smoky. I know that can't be true.... so please help if you've ** actually stayed in a place within the last year ** that's clean and convenient to CBD (either in proximity or via tram).

The strongest contender so far is Cube Serviced Apartments -- but several reviews complain about the 5am garbage truck noise and the dark back alley entrance!

I am developing a love-hate relationship with lodging reviews. :-) Thanks in advance.

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