VIC Tourism welcomes Mercure Melbourne Therry Street in Melbourne, find and discover wonderful places to visit in Melbourne.Mercure Melbourne Therry Street is situated opposite the iconic Queen Victoria Markets and within the Free Tram Zone. The hotel features 74 fully refurbished non-smoking hotel rooms with kitchenettes. Our rooms were fully refurbished in spring 2013 with the modern traveller in mind. We have incorporated such simple but key features as USB charge points, iPod docks and laptop safes for storage of all those things we cannot travel without. Each room comes with a fully equipped kitchenette but we also have an onsite restaurant offering breakfast from 6.30 – 10.30am weekdays or 7-10.30am on weekends and public holidays. Our rooms come with individually controlled heating/air-conditioning system and windows that can be opened by the guest. We also have a fully landscaped courtyard area located on level 9. Relax with a good book or catch up with friends, this space is the perfect peaceful oasis in the middle of the city. A public car park is located on site and accessible via lift directly from your hotel room should you wish to drive in. Alternatively, we are just minutes’ walk from three of Melbourne’s key tram routes and a short taxi ride from both Southern Cross & Flinders Street Stations. Mercure Melbourne Therry Street is the perfect hotel to base yourself for business and leisure travel.
4.2 based on 5 reviews
Price: Reasonably cheap!suitable for budget traveller Location: Right next to QVM, with tram stations, convenience stores and plenty of restaurants (including a 24hr McDonald's) within 5 min walking distance. Though, it might be a bit noisy at times. Service: friendly stuff, no complaints at all Parking: $30 per day for overnight parking
Decent location close to the CBD. The dark lobby feels warm and uninviting and doesn't give the best first impression. The rooms are comfortable and contemporary offering decent value for the price. For a similar price, Oaks on William feels a step up in terms of amenities and atmosphere.
Mercure Melbourne Therry Street has some interesting information on why Australia is called the land down under? Australia is known as 'the land Down Under' for its position in the southern hemisphere. The discovery of Australia began when European explorers searched for land under the continent of Asia. Before Australia was discovered, it was known as Terra Australis Incognita the unknown southern land.
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