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Mercure Warragul

23 Mason St, Warragul Victoria 3820

Mercure Warragul is a casual and welcoming hotel that caters to individuals with disabilities. Our accommodation is designed to provide comfort and convenience for all guests, including those seeking short term NDIS funded accommodation. With a focus on inclusivity, our bright and spacious rooms are thoughtfully equipped with features that cater to the needs of people with disabilities.

Our hotel offers complimentary Wi-Fi, ensuring that guests can stay connected and access necessary online resources. The polished restaurant on-site provides a diverse menu, catering to various dietary requirements and preferences. Additionally, we have a fitness center that is accessible and equipped with adaptive exercise equipment, allowing guests to maintain their fitness routines.

At Mercure Warragul, we understand the importance of accessibility and strive to provide a comfortable and inclusive environment for all guests. Whether you are visiting for business or leisure, our hotel is the ideal choice for those seeking STA accommodation and short term NDIS funded accommodation.

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3.7
499 reviews
  • Jamie Lea
    Jamie Lea
    in the last week

    Don’t get your hopes up. It’s just a basic hotel. We paid $240 for one night and no where did it mention the $25 for parking when we were booking. It’s a run down building, nothing nice or fancy about it. Which is fine if you don’t need or want any of the extras. The shower was lacking pressure and dripped continuously. Not 4 stars, maybe 3.

  • Denny van Maanenberg

    Firstly, the staff at the reception desk and in the Polo Cafe were exceptional. Couldn't find fault with any of them. All were a credit to the hotel. We had dinner in the Polo Cafe and the food was delicious, the service great. Best Tempura fish and chips I've had for a long while. Parking was good. With the hotel close to hospitals and our medical appointments it was an easy choice. The rooms were a tad old. The LHS bedside light didn't work. For the price, I would have liked to see an extra lounge style chair in the room. What I did love was the lovely guest card welcoming us and acknowledging that we had an MRI and specialists' appointments. The gift of soap and little nibbles was also welcome which was just a tad extra that wasn't expected. Apart from the hotel being a tad tired. We loved the staff. Next year we've got another annual appointment at the RMH and we'll certainly chose the Mercure as our go to accommodation.

  • Verity Lee
    Verity Lee
    3 months ago

    With a name of Mercure and 4 stars I was expecting luxury, but it is not so. I do not think this is worth 4 stars at all. The website states parking, but does not mention it is an extra $25 on top of the room, so that was a surprise when we got there. There was no TV remote and reception said to just use the buttons on the side, these are unable to get the Foxtel and cable channels as stated on the website so I can’t say if those channels worked or not, they were not available to us. There is no mini bar in the rooms as the website states, but there is room service, we did not use the room service. The buffet breakfast is not worth $25, the coffee is undrinkable, there were no tables available until someone else left, it’s only open until 9am, you are better off ordering room service, or going to find a cafe nearby. The girl looking after the buffet was absolutely lovely though. No fan in the bathroom, it gets quite stuffy. Curtains don’t close properly, so bright light awakens. The rooms are quite dated and could use a freshen up. However the beds were good, it is a good location, close to trams and hospitals. It was convenient for what we needed it for.

  • Peter Merlo
    Peter Merlo
    2 months ago

    I enjoyed a two night mid-week stay on business at the Mercure North Melbourne during a hot spell. The room was comfortable large and cool. Good climate control. I enjoy dining at the Polo Restaurant the quality of the meals is always consistent here and it has a nice quiet atmosphere with views over the city and suburb. Dined in both nights.

  • Elizabeth Dwyer
    Elizabeth Dwyer
    3 months ago

    WARNING ⚠️ careful how you book. A family member and myself were due to travel for a 3 night stay from interstate for Peter Mac cancer treatment. Less than 24hrs before travel oncologist advised against that treatment as urgent treatment was required in our home state. An attempt was made to cancel booking, this was not permitted as booking (made direct on hotel website) was a no cancellation. Whilst I realise no cancellation means no cancellation. The charge was over $800 for the three nights! I was told "it has been absorbed into the business". Cancer is tough for anyone especially when young children are left at home. We have since had 2 trips for treatment. A little compassion would go a long way. Staff members were all polite.

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