We stayed here one night post cruise, and managed to both check in early (09.45) and check out late (16.00), though the latter cost $40. However the front desk staff were very helpful and obliging. There are steps up to the hotel and you have to carry your bags as there is no bell service. The lobby was always crowded, in part due to the presence of a conference group with a self help theme, whose participants spent most of the time lounging on the sofas and chairs. However once upstairs our room 306 was great with a balcony and view over the gardens. Excellent King bed, Nespresso machine, air conditioning (it was 40C outside). Reasonably quiet with the balcony door closed, though the trams run outside. there is a bar and restaurant adjacent to the lobby.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens is in the city centre, near state parliament, and overlooks picturesque Treasury Gardens. The hotel features 164 rooms, Lime restaurant, bar and conference facilities for up to 200 people. The many boutiques of Collins Street are close by and it is an easy walk to Federation Square, the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Rod Laver Tennis Centre, AAMI Park and Hisence Arena. The free city circle tram stops right at the front door. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mercure Melbourne Treasury Gardens Hotel Melbourne
- Accor Melbourne Spring Street