There’s still time to squeeze in a few hotel openings before the end of the year. Mercure has revealed their town house hotel in Hyde Park just a couple of weeks before 2016 is over.
The new 4-star hotel is in a Grade-II listed building between Paddington and Lancaster Gate. The stylish interiors have been tastefully decorated to offer a cosy and sophisticated look. They were inspired by 1920s cinemas, which aims to reflect the role that the local area played in the the modern film industry.
This town house hotel is naturally smaller than some other Mercure properties, but still offers 72 bedrooms and three suites.
Many rooms have a view of a quiet garden square and the penthouse suite also has a private balcony. Hotel amenities include a gym, and a bar, as well as breakfast service. However, like some other 4-star hotels of its size, the hotel doesn’t have a full restaurant. The bar serves light meals and bar snacks, and there’s room service available too.
High-speed WiFi throughout the hotel makes it a great place for business travellers, or just tourists who like to be connected. There are also computers available to use. The three meeting rooms include the large Serpentine conference room, which can hold up to 26 delegates.
There are also convenient services at reception, like printing or fax, for anyone who has time-travelled from the ’80s.
The hotel is available for weddings too, with a marquee in the garden square and catering available from the bar. Families can also enjoy a stay, with rooms for up to three people and sofa chairs available for children.
Mercure London Hyde Park’s location is excellent for business and pleasure, allowing for easy access to Knightsbridge and the West End, as well as the City and Canary Wharf.
Photo credits: Mercure London Hyde Park.