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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.

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Review date:   January 29, 2018 6:13AM
 
Review:   The rooms are small, have absolutely no views. Entire building seems to run of central air-conditioning, the higher floors hardly get any of the cool air, we were on the 5th floor. You can not control the temperature in room, even with the option for the aircon on high, it was extremely uncomfortable and felt as though it was just blowing warm air. We had to resort to wetting towels and placing on our heads and chests to cool down enough to be able to sleep. For the price of the rooms, this is completely unacceptable!
 
Author:   истина Nyeah
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   October 30, 2017 9:38AM
 
Review:   Very poor service and small rooms for the price payed. They over paid our bill as well and wouldn't give us a refund straight away even though we showed them proof. Rooms were a bit stuffy and couldn't air them out as the windows are nailed shut. There is also no view at all as the windows are covered. There was no kitchenware even though it showed in the room online. As well as them overpaying us and putting that money on 'hold' they made us pay a further $600 or so for the 2 two rooms, so if you don't have twice the amount of money for the rooms them you'd be screwed. It did not say this anywhere on their website and have never heard of a hotel running this way. I am very disappointed. Overall not very happy and would not come again. I do not recommend this hotel.
 
Author:   Grazia Anzellotti
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   February 8, 2018 8:20AM
 
Review:   Service was horrible, staff were not helpful, rooms repulsive. I booked Mercure room and then they tried to put me in a budget Ibis room, blaming the booking agent, rather than accepting responsibility for the problem. The air conditioning was broken and the day was 39 degrees, the best the staff would offer was a fan. The room was so small, and quite a distance from the elevator. You couldn’t step into the bathroom properly, the bed was old and worn and the pillows thin and lumpy. This used to be a reasonable hotel, but after this experience I will never stay here again.
 
Author:   Rachel Ford
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   January 1, 2018 11:35AM
 
Review:   An old hotel recently renovated, whilst quite comfortable and containing all the mod cons, the decor is a little tired. The staff were attentive and responsive and I looked the invite laundry. However the slow free wifi (limited to 512Kb) was not acceptable.
 
Author:   Julian Cosson
 
Rating (out of 3 stars):  

Review date:   February 9, 2018 10:05AM
 
Review:   Good breakfast, clean and spacious rooms. The bathroom was large and so was the shower. Two different pillow firmness was provided on the bed, and the air con kept up very well with the Adelaide heat.
 
Author:   Emily Gibson
 
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