As you enter the high rise foyer of the Mercure Sydney Rouse Hill, you cannot help but feel instantly calmed. The generously sized airy spaces, soft grey and wooden tones and stylish lounge provides the perfect ambience of relief and relaxation.
Relaxing and stylish lounges which will make you feel at home instantly. Photo courtesy Mercure
The smart architectural design allows all the rooms to be bathed in natural light whilst maintaining pin drop silence. The beds are large and plush, the bathrooms are modern and spacious and there is plenty of storage which come with his and her bathroom robes.
There are a range of room configurations to suit the needs of everyone including couples, families and executives. Mercure Sydney Rouse Hill has all their guests in mind, regardless of the purpose of your stay, your needs will be met.
Various room configurations to suit the needs of all types of guests. Photo courtesy Mercure
Rouse Hill's newly built metro line which connects to the existing and upcoming airport. Additionally, with the town centre so close by, the Mercure Rouse Hill is a convenient option for travellers and stay-cationers who prefer modern hotel accommodation without the hassle of staying in Sydney's congested central business district.
Rouse Hill is outside the hustle and bustle of Sydney's central business district. Photo courtesy Mercure
The Mercure Rouse Hill is a partnership with one of Sydney's longest-running and beloved dining institutions The Fiddler. Just next door to the Mercure, it is a fantastic place to catch up with friends and family and provides several options for hosting your next celebration including weddings.
The Mercure is a modern and edgy 21st-century version of the Royal Oak Inn which was the original name of The Fiddler. Catering to weary travellers in the 18th century, along the dusty route of Old Windsor Road from Windsor to Parramatta, it was their place of rest and comfort.
Mercure Sydney in Rouse Hill. Photo courtesy Mercure
The Mercure pays a wonderful homage to this heritage landmark as seen by artworks depicting horses and carriages and of course through gracious hospitality that is provided around the clock to hotel guests.
As part of their philanthropic efforts, the Mercure Rouse Hill has also made a commitment to supporting the employment of disadvantaged youth in their hospitality team.
Mercure pays a respectful homage to the Royal Oaks Inn which provided food and shelter to weary travellers coming from Windsor to Parramatta. Photo courtesy Mercure