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Mercure North Melbourne - a popular, ever-reliable, high-quality hotel found in North Melbourne. Aside from being a highly regarded hotel, Mercure North Melbourne is also in possession of a number of function venues, large and small. Within the Mercure North Melbourne’s modern and stylish walls, one finds a number of function venues, mostly suited to corporate events. Smaller-scale meetings will find a home here, as will training sessions, networking evenings, larger presentations, seminars and conferences. Aside from the slew of versatile and understated venues, the Mercure North Melbourne also boasts an outdoor pool, cafe and bar - perfect for unwinding after a long day of meetings. The Mercure North Melbourne is found on the corner of Flemington Road and Harker Street, in North Melbourne. A stone’s throw from the city, the hotel is located along the 55 and 59 tram lines, and a short distance from the University of Melbourne.


Mercure North Melbourne Function Rooms

Hotham B

Hotham B

The Hotham B space is half of the Hotham Suite. This smaller version of the spacious and versatile corporate function venue fits up to 70 guests standing (think networking night), or 40 seated (presentation, seminar). Endlessly versatile, w...

70
80
From $660
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Hotham A

Hotham A

The Hotham A is half of the Hotham Suite. This smaller version of the spacious and versatile corporate function venue fits up to 70 guests standing (think networking night), or 40 seated. Endlessly versatile, with AV capabilities. Our sta...

60
70
From $660
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Hotham Suite

Hotham Suite

The Hotham Suite at Mercure North Melbourne is a spacious, versatile function venue for the corporate types, and corporate events. Think presentations, large meetings, training days, and seminars. Our state-of-the-art conference venues fea...

120
150
From $1,100
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Curzon

Curzon

The Curzon space is a versatile, minimalist space, one that's definitely possesses the correct amount of style to be a popular location for corporate events. It's also in possession of AV capabilities, and a heap of natural light. Our stat...

40
40
From $495
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Karen Jones

May 26, 2024

Rooms were clean, tidy with a comfortable bed. The whole motel is in need of a refurbish. Location is within walking distance to The Royal Melbourne & Royal Women's Hospital which is great. Parking onsite is great.

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Peter Merlo

March 13, 2024

I enjoyed a two night mid-week stay on business at the Mercure North Melbourne during a hot spell. The room was comfortable large and cool. Good climate control. I enjoy dining at the Polo Restaurant the quality of the meals is always consistent here and it has a nice quiet atmosphere with views over the city and suburb. Dined in both nights.

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Jamie Lea

May 11, 2024

Don’t get your hopes up. It’s just a basic hotel. We paid $240 for one night and no where did it mention the $25 for parking when we were booking. It’s a run down building, nothing nice or fancy about it. Which is fine if you don’t need or want any of the extras. The shower was lacking pressure and dripped continuously. Not 4 stars, maybe 3.

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Denny van Maanenberg

May 3, 2024

Firstly, the staff at the reception desk and in the Polo Cafe were exceptional. Couldn't find fault with any of them. All were a credit to the hotel. We had dinner in the Polo Cafe and the food was delicious, the service great. Best Tempura fish and chips I've had for a long while. Parking was good. With the hotel close to hospitals and our medical appointments it was an easy choice. The rooms were a tad old. The LHS bedside light didn't work. For the price, I would have liked to see an extra lounge style chair in the room. What I did love was the lovely guest card welcoming us and acknowledging that we had an MRI and specialists' appointments. The gift of soap and little nibbles was also welcome which was just a tad extra that wasn't expected. Apart from the hotel being a tad tired. We loved the staff. Next year we've got another annual appointment at the RMH and we'll certainly chose the Mercure as our go to accommodation.

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Jacob Lyle

January 26, 2024

To start with I was extremely appreciative of the customer service I was provided and was provided with a free upgrade. I booked a standard king room for 3 nights. We were given room 205 and was extremely disappointed with what we walked into. The room was like a backpackers and was very small and cramped. The layout was back to front, walk through the door and the beds instantly on the right and kitchenette and cupboard on the left, small window directly opposite the door and the bathroom was located on the far right. Not at all as the room is displayed on the website. The walls were scratched and fridge was old and dented and marks al over it. To call this a 4 star hotel is a mistake. We got into the upgraded room and was much happier however this hotel is needing a lot of work to get anywhere near a 4 star rating. Carpet in the hallways are a trip hazard, the lift is ancient, complete with vintage Bakerlite emergency telephone. The staff are absolutely lovely however no amount of customer service can make up for poorly designed and poorly maintained rooms.


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