Stayed here for the long week end ideal location to walk to AAMI park for the storm game. Purchased the upgrade to the balcony room which was lovely, would be ideal if the balcony door actually opened but you can't have everything I assume. Check in was rather a mess, our room was not ready at 2pm and we were told to wait. Fortunately the Manly game was shown at the bar upon my request. The staff didn't approach me when our room was ready I had to go to the desk at half time. The lifts here and corridors are dingy but you don't live in the corridors. Our room was nice with a lovely view of the gardens, melbourne is lovely in winter. The room was functional rather modern but the upgrades we done at a price, rather low. Now the bathroom. Ensure that you go on a diet to just enter, this is smaller than hotels in Singapore, fortunately it was clean and modern. Overall pleasant stay but don't expect breakfast after 10am and the coffee was cold in the lounge.
- 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