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Mercure Grand Hotel on Swanston, Melbourne

The Mercure Grand Hotel on Swanston is conveniently located in the heart of Melbourne‘s CBD with access to the finest shopping, dining, touring and sporting experiences. Featuring 200 superior and executive rooms and suites, the Mercure Grand Hotel on Swanston is ideal for a business or leisure trip to Melbourne.

The rooftop swimming pool and spa, along with Swanston’s Restaurant, provide spectacular views of the city skyline. Guests of the hotel have complimentary use of Melbourne City Baths and Health Club, which is within walking distance. View the video of Mercure Grand Hotel on Swanston.

Accommodation Options

Executive Rooms

All Executive Rooms are 36 sq mQueen – Max 2 guestsQueen / Single Sofa – Max thee guests.

Executive Suites

Suites are 41 sq mQueen – Max two guestsQueen / Single Sofa – Max three guests

Disabled Rooms

41 sq mQueen – Max two guests


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