- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adjoining Rooms
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMercure Perth
Very pleasant hotel which was up to the usual high standards you can expect from a Mercure. Conveniently located in the centre of the city within walking distance from the Swan River and the waterfront area.
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We landed in Perth and proceeded through immigration to the baggage hall to find our suitcases happily rotating on the carousel. Hurrah! We cleared Customs and were met by the Archers/Cosmos tour director - Pam Brown.
We were taken by transfer coach to the Mercure Hotel on Irwin St. Perth looks a nice city situated on the Swan River, with …
We went next door to the MYO cafe for breakfast before joining a coach for the City Tour. Our first stop was Queen's Gardens, next to the WACA cricket ground, where we saw black swans and cygnets.
We stopped at King's Park where there was a Spring Flower Festival and a lovely floral clock. There was a lovely view of the City across the …
We met in the hotel reception in preparation for our excursion to Rottnest island and Pam appointed Andy 'Manager for the Day' - an appointment he took seriously!
We drove to the Swan River to board the boat and sailed past a lot of expensive looking houses and more posh boats than you could shake a stick at. One house cost $35 million and …
... we laughed, and itched imaginary insects off our bodies for the remainder of the drive!
Pulled into Perth and rang my old buddy Dylan, a Perth local who was a long term guest at my friend's Torquay Backpackers (a very interesting all night drinking hostel where many drinks were drank until and beyond the sun rising), and bar manager at the Phoenix in Exeter. Went out and sampled some local beers in schooners, we were told off for initially buying a pint. Had ...
... of special activities – Christmas illuminations on the bank building one evening and a giant carol sing last night with 10,000 people at a park downtown. The big grocery chain here is IGA (brings back memories, John) and this was the 70th carol sing they’ve hosted. There was a big stage with lights, etc. and many of the top performers donated their time to perform and lead the singing. It was quite a site. It’s been ...