Docklands Apartments Grand Mercure

Docklands Apartments Grand MercureProperty Description    

Ideally positioned in the new Docklands waterfront precinct the beautifully appointed and fully furnished serviced apartment accommodation provided by the Docklands Apartments Grand Mercure is ideal for long term weekly rentals. The property sits in the heart of the Docklands area to the west of the Melbourne CBD and provides a refreshing alternative to traditional hotels. The Docklands Apartments Grand Mercure gives holiday makers and corporate executives guests the choice of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom spacious apartments that have been luxuriously appointed to make you feel right at home during your extended stay in Melbourne. The Docklands Apartments Grand Mercure is located close to Etihad Stadium, the Southern Cross train station, Crown Casino as well as numerous restaurants, cafes, shops and bars. When you stay at this discount long term apartment complex you will be able to experience Melbourne in style and relax in the opulence of your own private apartment overlooking the water of city.


Nearby Attractions

The tourist attractions that are located close by to the Docklands Apartments Grand Mercure inlcude Etihad Stadium, Melbourne Aquarium, the Queen Victoria Market, the Crown Casino Entertainment Complex, Moonee Valley and Flemington Race Course, Melbourne Exhibition & Convention Centre, Polly Woodside, the Immigration Museum and the picturesque Yarra River. Also right next door to the Docklands Apartments Grand Mercure is the many boutique shops, eateries and stores in the Harbourtown Shopping complex.


Docklands Apartments Grand Mercure Address :   23 St Mangos Lane, DOCKLANDS , VIC 3008


Room TypeBedding Configuration
1 Bedroom Apartment1 Queen Bed
1 Bedroom Apartment & Sofa Bed1 Queen Bed & 1 Foldout Sofa Bed
1 Bedroom Superior Apartment1 Queen Bed
2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Apartment1 Queen Bed & 1 Double Bed Plus 1 Rollaway Bed
3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Apartment1 Queen & 2 Double Beds or 1 Queen, 1 Double & 2 Single Beds