Mercure Grosvenor Adelaide
125 North Terrace, Adelaide 5000
(08) 8407 8888 or www.mercuregrosvenorhotel.com.au
The 93-year-old, 181-room Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide has announced a makeover.
Rooms now boast new bathrooms, sleek leather desk chairs, LCD TVs and ipod docks. A new feature is the striking black-and-white photography of local landmarks such as the historic Elder Park Rotunda erected in 1882 and the famous Beehive Corner completed in 1896. Each picture has been carefully chosen and shot to reflect the character, culture and personality of Adelaide.
Hotel General Manager, Ben Patten said that the refurbishment will bring Mercure Grosvenor Hotel Adelaide into the 21stCentury.
“Since its opening in 1920 the Grosvenor has been a landmark hotel for many including Prime Ministers, sporting announcers, American Soldiers and even the then Prince of Wales. After surviving fire in 1918 and going on to open one of Australia’s first conference facilities in the 1970’s the hotel’s original marble facade is now complimented by 181 beautifully-refurbished guest rooms and suites.
“We have made considerable changes to uplift the style and functionality of the rooms which we hope will attract even more people to the hotel for business and leisure. It’s really 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.”