Pullman & Mercure Melbourne Albert Park overlooks picturesque Albert Park, but for one week of the year, the view is transformed into one of the world's most exciting Formula 1 racing circuits.

On the fringe of the city and close to St Kilda, Chapel Street and Port Melbourne Pullman Albert Park is within easy reach of a range of activities that Melbourne has to offer.

The hotel facilities include state-of-the-art Fit Lounge, indoor pool, spa and sauna while dining outlets offered range from Windows Restaurant, which offers views of Albert Park Lake, the bistro-style Atrium Bar + Lounge to the casual Espresso Bar.

Car Parking is conveniently located beneath the hotel and accessible via Lorne Street, the car park has 400 parking bays.

Accommodation is spread between 169 Pullman rooms and 209 Mercure Rooms. All have satellite/cable TV, high-speed internet, heating and air-conditioning, tea & coffee making facilities

With 2,600sqm of conference space and a capacity for up to 1,600 guests across 31 versatile spaces, the Pullman & Mercure Melbourne Albert Park can accommodate conferences and meetings of varying sizes. 

The Grand Ballroom seats up to 1,400 delegates theatre style and can be broken down into six separate events spaces supported by two pre-function areas making it perfect for trade exhibitions and pre-dinner drinks, 24 additional meeting rooms range in size to suit smaller meetings, seminars and training sessions from 10 to 500 delegates.

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