Accor and Lewis Land Group have announced the opening of their newest venture, Mercure Sydney Rouse Hill – a new-build hotel located in Sydney’s burgeoning Hills District. To mark the opening, guests are invited to experience the brand new Mercure Sydney Rouse Hill hotel and save 15% off the best available rate.
The internationally branded mid-scale hotel opens in The Fiddler hotel precinct – a major dining and entertainment hub. Owned by the Lewis Land Group, the 19th century Rouse Hill pub, underwent a major redevelopment in 2010 and has been transformed into an award-winning outdoor venue for casual dining and events.
Designed by Architect Mostaghim & Associates, Mercure Sydney Rouse Hill hotel boasts 78 modern guest rooms, including a mix of Deluxe Rooms, Family Rooms, Suites and four rooms catering to guests with reduced mobility, spread over four floors.
Accor’s chief operating officer in the Pacific, Simon McGrath, said the new Mercure is a strategic and welcome addition to the Group and will positively contribute to the economic growth of Sydney’s North West.“Sydney’s North West is booming and the opening of this new internationally-branded mid-scale hotel signifies Accor’s confidence in this burgeoning pocket of greater Sydney. By injecting new hotel supply, the area will positively benefit from the economic and tourism growth associated with the creation of new jobs and services.
“Congratulations to Lewis Land Group on the newest addition to The Fiddler precinct and our team at Mercure Sydney Rouse Hill are excited to welcome both corporate and leisure guests with the brand’s renowned authentic, locally-inspired service and experiences,” said McGrath.
Lewis Land Group CEO, Chris Calvert said that this partnership was a natural fit for the group.“Our vision to create exceptional communities in every market we operate is achieved with Mercure’s localised approach, ensuring we retain the heritage of our offer whilst tapping into new corporate and leisure markets. This play and stay precinct is the number one accommodation and entertainment venue in the Hills District, if not broader Western Sydney”.