Accor opens Mercure hotel with Melbourne identity Albert Dadon

Accor opens Mercure Melbourne
Mercure Melbourne St Kilda Road (Source: Supplied)

The Accor group has opened Mercure Melbourne St Kilda Road with Melbourne identity, Albert Dadon of Ubertas Group.

Mercure Melbourne St Kilda Road is Accor’s 38th hotel in Melbourne. Accor’s portfolio includes other outer CBD hotels, including Pullman & Mercure Melbourne Albert Park, The Como Melbourne MGallery in South Yarra, The Sebel in Malvern, and the Art Series hotels.

Albert Dadon AM is the founder and CEO of real estate development firm Ubertas. He is also part of Melbourne’s hospitality, arts and jazz scene.

Dadon said he is thrilled with the new partnership.

“Ubertas is proud to work with Accor, bringing a boutique touch to their extensive corporate market experience. Mercure Melbourne St Kilda Road will deliver the feel-good soul of Melbourne to travellers and locals alike, right in the heart of the city along the historic St Kilda Road.”

Accor’s newest hotel will showcase artworks

The hotel has undergone a comprehensive refurbishment. It showcases eclectic artworks throughout guestrooms, the lobby, and common areas.

The newly rebranded hotel will also host intimate events.

Mercure Melbourne St Kilda Road is close to IT, health, and government businesses. The hotel offers 145 rooms, including 20 two-bedroom apartments, a full-size gym, car parking.

Sarah Derry, CEO of Accor Pacific, said “We are delighted to collaborate with Albert Dadon and the Ubertas Group team, who share our passion for hospitality and commitment to giving back to the community.