We often stay at Mercure Treasury Gardens on weekend visits to Melbourne. Love the location - its in the city, but not near anything loud. Handy to get to from the airport (costs about $50 AUD) for a taxi, or there is the bus to Southern Cross and then the Hotel Shuttle. We mostly get a taxi in and bus it back.
Check in - great, was welcomed back & we were offered a free drink in the bar.
Room - room standard hotel room layout, King bed (very comfortable), small mini bar, tv etc. Bathroom - small, clean, well stocked with towels, does the job.
View - room with a park view is always a bonus.
Check out - quick and simple, took all of a minute.
The only negative - Accor recently announced that LeClub members with Silver, Gold and Platinum status will be eligible for free use of internet at its hotels - including Mercure. But this wasn't offered to us.
Would I stay there again - Yes, this is one of my favorite hotels in Melbourne.
- 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 Arena, AAMI Park and Hisense 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