Mercure Surabaya

Address: Jl Raya Darmo 68-78, Surabaya, Java, 60264, Indonesia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Jl Raya Darmo 68-78, Surabaya.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Surabaya

      Reviewed by nicodemusparded

      Perfect Business Hotel

      Reviewed Oct 30, 2014
      by (1 review) Jakarta , Indonesia Flag of Indonesia

      The Mercure Hotel Surabaya is a perfect hotel for business trip. situated in the middle of the city which means accessibility is out of the question, a very helpful staff, the modern minimalist interior is neat. Though there are still some room for improvement such as the dinning room for breakfast is hot due to its position which directly exposed to the sun, the variety of the menu needs an upgrade. Overall its a perfect hotel for business trip.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by gembeng

      the best stay in surabaya

      Reviewed Jun 13, 2011
      by (1 review) Probolinggo , Indonesia Flag of Indonesia

      mercure is located in the center of the city surabaya the room separate bathroom and living room there are facilities like gim and massage pool ,free wife in loby coffe shop 24 hours full room service and international standart service and rate average standart cost

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Mercure Surabaya

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Surabaya

      Breathtaking Beauty, Surreal Splendour

      A travel blog entry by skjaer on Dec 07, 2014

      4 comments, 53 photos

      ... is one of three volcanoes to have emerged from a vast crater, stretching 10km across. Flanked by the peaks of Kursi and Batok, the smouldering cone of Bromo stands in a sea of ashen, volcanic sand, surrounded by the towering cliffs of the crater’s edge. Just to the south, Gunung Semeru (3676m), Java’s highest peak and one of its most active volcanoes, throws its shadow – and occasionally its ash – over the whole scene.

      "Gunung Bromo really ...

      Day 14

      A travel blog entry by leandglenn on Jan 05, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... and Bali), its a 3 hour flight and we are row 1.
      I am so looking forward to our little Georgetown hotel's a converted shop house.
      We are only there 5 nights so have decided to stay in Georgetown so we can explore rather than being over on the beach resorts.
      Our hotel has a pool with afternoon tea served each afternoon.......I think that will do just fine.

      Farewell Dee and Mark, thank you so much, see you in Perth in July xxx


      Bull races and Wacky races

      A travel blog entry by ablo on Oct 20, 2013

      ... to get to the public bus but realised we wouldn’t make it on time. Car drove us for two and a half hours and we watched the sun go down as we headed into the range of volcanoes. In a town halfway up the mountain, the driver stopped for directions and a random local got in the car and told us Cemoro Lawang where we wanted to go was too far uphill for the taxi and we had to get his motorbike for cheap price. We stood our ground, knowing this was a ...

      Bye Bye to Bali.

      A travel blog entry by mickoobyrne on Sep 24, 2013

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... are like. So covered the 80 k distance in a couple of hours of "nerves of steel" riding and by using the well known technique of following my nose and keeping the sun in about the right position I managed to get right across Surabaya and somehow found the ferry terminal.

      Finding a ticket office was a bit more difficult. Finally asked a non english speaking policeman who ranted and raved to me before climbing on his scooter and getting me to ...

      Returning to Surabaya...

      A travel blog entry by katihanson on Apr 11, 2013

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... a routine with my students. I was excited to see them and continue working on our current unit. Right now we are teaching a "Sharing the Planet" unit about the inequity of access to clean water throughout the world. After teaching the water cycle, the different stages/forms of water, and ways we can protect water, we wanted our students to have an understanding about the issues we face today. Upon learning that only 1% of the water here on Earth is ...