Having satyed at Accor and mercure hotels for several years, I found the Mercure Welcome in Melbourne very disappointing and not up to Mercure standard. the reception staff were very good - apart from that the hotel was dirty and run down, and did not appear to be maintained. Every door, handle and surface, cupboards, lifts had dirty hand prints, it was not generally clean. No minibar, paper thin walls. You heard the toilets in other rooms, the lift was noisy. It felt more like a university dorm than an hotel. The coffee maker and cups were on the floor of an open desk, in a dusty room
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Surrounded by the city's most popular business and shopping precincts, theatres, galleries, bars and restaurants, the 3.5-star Mercure Welcome Melbourne hotel is located in the very heart of Melbourne's CBD and offers guest affordable budget accommodation and a base from which to explore all the attractions and events in Melbourne. Shopping meccas like Emporium Melbourne, Bourke Street Mall and H&M are right on the doorstep of the Mercure Welcome Melbourne hotel, plus other attractions like Federation Square, Southbank, Her Majesty's and Regent Theatres, Queen Victoria Markets and Melbourne Central Shopping Complex are just a short stroll away. Guests can conveniently also take advantage of the free CBD tram service, with a tram stop just metres from the entrance. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mercure Welcome Melbourne Hotel Melbourne
- Accor Welcome Melbourne