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Mercure Welcome Melbourne

Melbourne, VIC

Address: 265 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne VIC 3004

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Positioned in an unrivalled location in the very heart of Melbourne, the Mercure Welcome Melbourne is a three and a half star hotel surrounded by the city's most popular shopping precincts, theatres, galleries, bars and restaurants. Located in the centre of Melbourne's largest shopping precinct, The Mercure Welcome Melbourne is adjacent to top shopping destinations like Emporium, H&M, GPO, Melbourne Central and Bourke Street Mall. It's also close to other attractions like Federation Square, Southbank, Her Majesty's and Regent Theatres and Queen Victoria Markets. A quick tram ride will take you to all major sporting venues including the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Rod Laver Arena and Etihad Stadium plus the city's cosmopolitan shopping and entertainment hot spots such as Saint Kilda, Chapel Street, Bridge Road and Brunswick Street. This popular hotel features great places to eat and drink including the chic and cosy Cocoon Bar and The Louden Kitchen and Grill which offers a value for money breakfast buffet. Other facilities include valet or self parking, complimentary luggage storage and the most knowledgeable Concierge team in town ready to provide you with all the information you need to make your Melbourne stay memorable! All rooms have flat screen television's with 16 Foxtel channels, work desks with a choice of broadband or wireless internet connectivity, plus tea and coffee making facilities.


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3.8 based on 5 reviews

  • Edward Huang 3
    9 March, 2018

    It's a very old hotel, some refurnishing would be nice. Otherwise it's situated in the centre of CBD right next to Australia's two major department stores and the Melbourne shopping streets. Chinatown is also right next to it, easy for getting food. Tram and train are also easy to get to.

  • Jan Mumford 3
    20 February, 2018

    Because of Chinese New Year we had to ring the hotel to confirm directions as the roads were blocked. Reception was very helpful and gave us an alternative way. Room was clean and quiet. The doorman/valet gave excellent service. However we were double charged valet parking by reception and 3 promises that a manager would ring back resulted in no calls. This has resulted in a disappointing aftertaste following a positive experience.

  • Leo Lai 5
    18 February, 2018

    We stayed here for two nights. Upon arrival we checked in quickly as they had all our info ready upon arrival, given a free room upgrade too. Was also given two bottles of water, free internet and two free welcome drinks. This hotel is really close to china town. Has a shopping mall across the road and placed really central in the city. Rooms were spacious and clean. Only down side was the showers could do with an upgrade.

  • Imz Thomas 4
    23 January, 2018

    Comfortable, clean and neat, small rooms but more than sufficient to rest your head. Excellent location close to shops, transport, food and sights. Easy to walk everywhere! Roadwork did mean a bit difficult to get to for our uber but not impossible.

  • Eddie McCabe 4
    19 December, 2017

    Great location. Buffet breakfast included was great, good variety, no pastries though. The room is a good size, not small. The bathroom is adequate, tub is scratched and needs to be re-enamelled, but otherwise fine. Pool & gym is well maintained. Good service from the staff as well. Enjoying our stay here!

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