Conveniently positioned historic hotel on the banks of the Torrens
Situated opposite the Convention Centre and River Torrens, the Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide places city visitors within a convenient distance of many of the premium attractions on offer.
Having originally opened in 1918, the hotel contains a mixture of historic presence and modern convenience. Guests will find all they need to enjoy a comfortable stay whilst enjoying the sense of grandeur that resonates from the reception to the top floor.
The 4-star propertys 245 guestrooms feature en-suite bathroom, television, tea and coffee making facilities, and iron and ironing board as standard. A number of these rooms, which are regarded as economy rooms, are offered at a discount rate as they are regarded as 3-star accommodation. As such, the hotel is ideal for travellers with any budget.
Standard rooms also feature cable channels, pay-per-view movies, mini bar and hairdryer. Deluxe rooms also include balcony, work desk and comfy chair whilst suites also include a living room area. Balcony views of North Terrace can be requested in advance.
Breakfast is served in The Federal, a comfortable restaurant that also provides light lunches and an a la carte dinner menu. Diner can enjoy a variety of dishes as well as some fine Australian wines. The Federal Bar offers a wide selection of some of the finest southern Australian wines, as well as a superb atmosphere in which to meet colleagues and friends.
The Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide also houses a number of meeting rooms and a fitness room. The former is ideal for those in the city on business, thanks to a range of audio-visual equipment. The latter is suitable for those that like to maintain an exercise regime whilst away from home.
In terms of attractions and activities, the hotel is conveniently positioned to allow guests to access many facilities on foot. As well as the Convention Centre, the Skyline Casino and Parliament House are just a few steps from the foyer. In fact, North Terrace, which all of these and the Mercure Grosvenor itself, are found on, is considered the cultural district of the city. Here visitors will also find a varied assortment of pub, bars, restaurants and cafs, perfect for wining and dining.
Those looking to indulge in a spot of retail therapy should head to Rundle Mall and the surrounding shopping precincts, where Adelaides finest fashions can be found. Be prepared though; this area has a lot of malls, arcades, and individual shops, and will eat into your time.
North of the hotel, across the River Torrens, lays the famous Adelaide Oval, home of Australian Cricket, as well as the popular Adelaide Zoo. Surrounding each of these is a large green belt made up of parks, gardens, and sports grounds. This is the destination to head if youre looking for fresh air and a relaxing atmosphere.
Guests at the Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide can also visit the many theatres, museums, galleries, sporting venues, and festivals found in the local region. Alternatively, hopping on a tram will take you to the picturesque Glenelg Beach for a spot of sunbathing.