Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide has revealed its new-look following a multimillion dollar upgrade to all 181 rooms.
All rooms are now fitted with new bathrooms, decor, LCD TVs and iPod docks. Privilege rooms also feature a Nespresso coffee machine and free internet access.
Hotel general manager Ben Patten said the revamp now positions Mercure Grosvenor as one of Adelaide’s premier mid market hotels for business travellers.
“We have made considerable changes to uplift the style and functionality of the rooms which we hope attract even more people to the hotel for business and leisure,” he said.
“It’s remarkable to see the ongoing transformation of Adelaide take place around the hotel and we’re really excited to be a part of creating a vibrant new city.”
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