While maintaining many original heritage features, Mercure Canberra embraces the need for 21st century comforts to ensure you feel welcome and enjoy your stay. While all of their 129 guest rooms have been renovated since October 2018, the rooms are well appointed and have been decorated in keeping with the original style of the building.
Guests can dine at the onsite Courtyard Restaurant with modern Australian cuisine or enjoy more casual Bistro style meals from Olims Bar & Bistro; a favourite local spot that serves craft beers and cider from its own Lovedale Brewery.
The location is ideal. Just 600 metres from the Australian War Memorial, most of Canberra’s National Attractions are within 10 minutes’ drive from the hotel. The central business district is an easy 10 minute walk away and offers a wide range of cafes, bars, restaurants, shopping and a Dendy Movie Cinema.
The team at Mercure Canberra look forward to making you feel welcome when you plan your next stay in beautiful Canberra.
Originally known as the Hotel Ainslie, Mercure Canberra was built to provide accommodation for public servants relocating to Canberra to support the transfer of the Commonwealth Parliament.
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Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 11:00 am