Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens
COVID-19 OPERATIONAL UPDATE
In light of the NSW Government easing of COVID-19 restrictions, Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens is excited to welcome travelers back to the resort from Monday 11th October 2021.
Our onsite restaurant éléments bar & dining will re-open open on Monday 1st November 2021 for a-la-carte dinner from 5:30pm serving our 2 or 3 course spring/summer menu. There will be restrictions on the number of guests allowed in dining spaces at any one time and bookings are essential to avoid disappointment. The éléments menu is also available for lunch, as takeaway and room service only.
Mercure a-la-carte breakfast is available seven days from 7am – 10:30am and is served in the restaurant. Pre-bookings for breakfast are required.
The safety and wellbeing of our guests and team members is our utmost priority. We will continue to monitor the situation closely, working within Government guidelines so that visitors remain safe, informed, welcomed, and supported. While we encourage everyone to visit, we ask you to put your own and the health of others first.
Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to welcoming you to Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens soon.
Stay Covid safe.
Hunter Valley Accommodation
Surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens and nestled in the heart of Hunter Valley Wine Country, Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens is the perfect location to
begin your exploration of our beautiful region.
Our 72 rooms are meticulously appointed and open on to a private balcony or courtyard. Add an extra level of luxury and stay in one of our stunning suites,
each offering a spa bath and lounge area with fireplace.
Mercure Resort Hunter Valley Gardens is the ideal location to host your wedding, conference, or event with a choice of function areas and a dedicated team on hand to help with the details.
Come and join us for the perfect Hunter Valley dining experience in our restaurant, éléments. The title éléments is derived from the natural elements of fire, water and soil, components that resonate with the Hunter Valley region and are reflected in the entire restaurant experience. These basic elements and quality produce are transformed by our Executive Chef Michael Watson who has created a menu with an elements base, influenced by the flavours of France and Italy.