Accor has rebranded the Travelodge Hotel Rockhampton
as the Mercure Rockhampton, under a
Refurbished in 2008, Mercure Rockhampton is
located in the heart of the city, just a short drive from the
The eight-storey, 74-room
resort overlooks the picturesque Fitzroy River and features six
versatile conference spaces, an outdoor swimming pool, fitness
centre, 24-hour reception, and easy access to Great Keppel Island
and many other spectacular locations along the Capricorn Coast.
Accor Chief Operating Officer Pacific, Simon McGrath,
said, “We are delighted to welcome Mercure Rockhampton to the
Accor family. By joining Accor, Mercure Rockhampton now has access
to the most talented team and resources available. There is no
doubt the decade ahead will be one of the most competitive and
challenging eras in the history of the Australian hotel industry.
However, the uncertainty of recent times unequivocally highlights
the benefits of our scale, as well as the market strength of our
Mercure Rockhampton are able to access privileges via Accor’s
loyalty programme. The programme
is free to join and can be used across more than 5,000 hotels,
resorts and residences across 110 countries.
Mercure Rockhampton General Manager,
Karley Beasy, said, “I am confident our well-appointed hotel will
operate with great success under Accor and the Mercure brand’s
internationally-renowned authentic, locally inspired service. With
this partnership, we will continue to provide travellers with a
quality accommodation and conferencing option in Rockhampton and
now have the ability to leverage from Accor’s international
branding, staff development opportunities, and highly valuable
distribution and loyalty platform.”
Mercure Rockhampton joins a network of over 50 Mercure properties
across Australia and New Zealand and more than 810 worldwide.
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