Modern hotel close to the River Swan in the heart of Perth
Positioned within the central business district, close to the River Swan, the Mercure Hotel Perth is at the heart of the Western Australia city and all that it has to offer.
Whether visiting the area for business or leisure, the 4-star hotel offers a suitable base of operations, as well as a comfortable stay. Each of its 235 rooms are equipped with a range of amenities as well as a few luxury bonuses.
For comfort, rooms include a private en-suite bathroom, air conditioning, electronic key system, and daily maid service. High-speed internet access, cable/satellite TV, direct dial telephones, iPod docking stations, radio, and movies-on-demand are some of the features aimed at making guests feel at home. Refrigerator, hairdryer, shaver adaptor, iron and board, tea and coffee making facilities, and mini bar are also standards offer by the establishment.
Those looking for a surprise should head up to the hotels rooftop where they will find uniquely positioned leisure facilities. An outdoor swimming pool is the crown jewel, offering guests the chance to complete a few laps high above the city and under the beaming sun. Also available is a gymnasium, spa, and sauna.
Back indoors, guests can dine at Restaurant Ten, which opens for breakfast and dinner. Breakfast is buffet style, serving traditional cooked breakfast or a healthier continental equivalent. An a la carte evening menu features a range of modern Australian cuisine, as well as an extensive wine list.
The Hydrant Caf Bar is a slightly less formal option at the Mercure Hotel Perth, offering guests breakfast on the go and a series of light lunches. Its also an ideal venue for an after work drink, or a pre-club tipple, as is the Tonic Bar, which has a long list of cocktails and some seriously comfortable lounge seats.
As well as standard city attractions, such as restaurants, bars, shops, and nightclubs, Perth also features a number of attractions unique to the area. For instance, Perth Mint is a popular tourist destination for those with an interest in the past. The building is the oldest mint, or coin producer, still operating in the whole of Australia, having opened its doors for the first time in 1899.
The Roundhouse, which is located within neighbouring Fremantle, is the oldest structure still standing in Western Australia. Built in 1830, visitors now make their way to the monument for its historic significance.
The Swan River, which transects the city, is also a popular destination thanks to its diverse marine life and recreational capacities. Yachts, swimmers, and kayakers are all familiar sites. The banks are decorated with picturesque flowers and shrubbery.
Those looking for a slice of beauty and a dose of the quiet life may enjoy the Supreme Court Gardens and Kings Park. The former is a small park located near the Government House, whilst the latter is a larger entity that features a wide range of gardens and recreational pursuits.
Guests at the Mercure Hotel Perth hoping for some golden sands need not fear; the likes of City Beach and Sorrento Beach are also within a reachable distance making those beach life dreams come alive.