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AUSSIE FIRST: Accor unveils next gen Mercure Hotels with new Melbourne property

In an Aussie first, Accor Hotels has unveiled its next generation of Mercure Hotels with the launch of Mercure Melbourne Doncaster.

Located less than 20 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD in the heart of Doncaster, the hotel represents a gateway to many of Victoria’s regional attractions.

Plus, visitors will find everything that they need at their doorstep with one of Australia’s premium shopping and lifestyle centres adjacent to the hotel.

Doncaster is also one of Melbourne’s key business districts, in close proximity to Box Hill TAFE and Eastern Health Hospital, it is a prime location for business travellers seeking 24-hour personal service after a busy workday.

The hotel features 183 contemporary styled guest rooms and suites along with six fully-equipped function spaces and outdoor terraces with views of the city and Yarra Ranges.

Brought to life by KREAT Studios, Mercure Melbourne Doncaster combines authenticity and approachable elegance, with interiors celebrating the history of Doncaster, complimented with natural light and state of the art modern conveniences, the hotel combines authenticity and approachable elegance.

Guests can relax by the indoor/outdoor swimming pool, take advantage of the fitness centre or get amongst some of the region’s best dining.

“Creating jobs and investing in the future of the tourism and accommodation sector has never been more important,” Simon McGrath, Accor Pacific CEO, said

“This hotel will play a key role in further elevating Doncaster’s profile and its attractiveness as a leisure and business destination.

“It will become a hub for visitors to enjoy the many drawcards of Melbourne’s inner north-east and its surrounding regional attractions.”



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