Great location... paper thin walls, not so much
This hotel is like an ex-boyfriend. You think fondly of it but when you actually meet up together after an extended period away, you realise why you dumped them.
I've previously stayed at the Mercure Welcome and I can't tell if it was the constant intoxicated state I was in or the lack of better judgement but staying here this trip made me realise I need to find a new Melbourne hotel.
Three words: paper thin walls. One benefit was hearing how many times your poor housekeeping staff trot up and down the hallways. Impressive really. I can only imagine how many steps they do on average on their FitBits.
Thankfully I didn't spend a huge amount of time in my room. Well, I would've but I didn't get any sleep because of the lack of sound barriers so I went out and got supremely drunk every night instead.
You're just lucky you have a Haigh's located next door otherwise I really would've been annoyed.
So Mercure Welcome, thanks but no thanks. I wish that we could've ended this relationship on better terms but its time for me to turn on my Tinder and find another hotel for me to rest my weary head after one too many vodka cokes at the Cas.
Comment from Hotel Management
06/02/2017 by H3028-GM02@accor.com, Hotel Management
Thank you for sharing your most narrative concerns ever. I apologize that we were unable to (once again) provide you with a hassle-free and comfortable stay with us.
Operational Project Manager