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Mercure Adelaide Grosvenor

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Standard Rooms


 
 
 
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Standard Rooms 	 - Mercure Adelaide Grosvenor. Copyright Mercure Adelaide Grosvenor.

Four-star Standard rooms feature modern and stylish furniture, Queen size beds with fluffy feather duvets and pillows, contemporary warm colours, and most with 26' LCD televisions.

All rooms have an ensuite bathroom, five complimentary Foxtel channels, pay per view movies, mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, iron & ironing board.



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Overview



Built in 1918, Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide is an historic hotel right in the middle of all the action in Adelaide.

This four-star hotel is superbly located opposite the Convention Centre, Casino and Festival Centre in the heart of the cultural boulevard of North Terrace. Just seconds from the shopping precinct of Rundle Mall, visitors to Adelaide can enjoy theatre, festivals, sporting events, Museum, Botanical Gardens and the famous Adelaide Oval all within walking distance from the hotel. Or take the tram outside the hotel to the Central Market, Entertainment Centre and Glenelg Beach.

Ideal for Corporate, Conference and Leisure Guests, the hotel offers a variety of room types to fit the needs and budgets of all travelers.

Hotel facilities also include the Federal Restaurant and Bar, 24-hour reception and room service, parking, internet kiosk, hair & beauty salon and exercise room.

Google Reviews



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Review date:   April 23, 2018 11:06AM
 
Review:   The hotel is good and clean, but the air conditioner Lacks controls and is weak. From the windows,one can only see alleys. The service is good. The buffet is sufficient but good. Rooms are modern but the hallways are poorly designed. There's a pole every few meters, making it hard for people with larger suitcases.
 
Author:   Gorden Wu
 
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Review date:   April 20, 2018 5:09AM
 
Review:   Great service when you communicate face to face but poor over the phone. Rooms were cleanish but far from good. Staff were polite but had limited English skills. Everything needed upgrading. Interior furniture and room was very very rundown. I would not recommend staying here if I had a choice
 
Author:   EVIL ROBOTSANTA
 
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Review date:   May 17, 2018 10:37PM
 
Review:   Nice place to stay. Carpark spaces are small so beware if you have a larger car. Convenient location to many places
 
Author:   Andrew Duguid
 
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Review date:   May 18, 2018 11:06AM
 
Review:   Worst motel I have ever stayed in. Extremely run down. Lifts never working. No control over room temperature which was extremely cold. Walls, carpets, curtains have not been updated for decades. Extremely noisy. Very poor bed. Very dirty.
 
Author:   Peter Ashe
 
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Review date:   April 28, 2018 10:40PM
 
Review:   Centrally located to shopping, malls and the Adelaide Oval/Convention Centre. Clean basic hotel. No frills but spotlessly clean, good bed, nice clean bathroom. But all add ins very expesive; bottle water $7.50 for example. In house resto like wise expensive. But for one or two good accommodation.
 
Author:   David Perry
 
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