Corner of Ainslie & Limestone Ave, Braddon, Australian Capital Territory 2612
Originally known as the Hotel Ainslie, Mercure Canberra was built to provide accommodation for public servants relocating to Canberra to support the transfer of the Commonwealth Parliament. It is one of eight remaining government built hotels or hostels from Canberra’s first stage of development in the 1920s and is listed in the Register of the National Estate. Mercure Canberra is historically significant for its important role in the development of North Canberra and the forging of its community identity.
Heritage style Canberra accommodation with modern comforts, close to the Australian War Memorial and Canberra City Centre.