Jupiter Hotels has invested significant funds in the latest string of hotel refurbishments in their commitment to transform their mid-scale property portfolio. The stylish Mercure Inverness Hotel, Mercure Hull Grange Park, located in the City of Culture, and the coastal Mercure Swansea Hotel have all undergone extensive refurbishments revealing contemporary, locally inspired designs, which pay homage to the unique personality and landscape of each city.
The stylish Mercure Inverness Hotel has undergone an extensive refurbishment, giving the Old Town property a vibrant design overhaul, which is locally inspired and reflects the genuine and authentic service for which the hotel has always been highly commended. The hotel, situated in the heart of the bustling city centre, and which overlooks the scenic River Ness, will unveil the locally inspired new look on Thursday 11th May 2017. The renovation includes a transformation of all 121 bedrooms, the public spaces including the new 33 Church Street Bar & Brasserie as well as the lounge, conservatory and reception areas.
The Mercure Hull Grange Park is coming to the final phase of an extensive investment and renovation programme. Work on the renovation is well underway and is set to be completed by the end of April, including the transformation of all 100 bedrooms. The first phase of the four-star hotel’s comprehensive refurbishment saw the redesign of its International Suite, cementing the property as the main events hotel in the area.
The Mercure Swansea Hotel, situated in West Glamorgan, offers the perfect gateway to the stunning Brecon Beacons mountain range as well as the nearby seaside. It is also positioned just three miles from Swansea City Centre for those seeking a shopping break or looking to enjoy the lively Welsh nightlife. The renovation will be unveiled in June and includes the transformation of 55 bedrooms and the public spaces including the bar area.
Interior designer Helen Hooper of HH Interiors, who has previously worked with Jupiter Hotels on renovation projects across the UK, managed the projects. Helen explained; “We wanted to capture the local scenery, heritage and culture of the surrounding cities. All three refurbishments are steeped in local influences, drawing on the history, heritage and culture of the region, as well as the environmental factors, to create a unique, locally inspired design at each hotel. The transformations are considerable.”
Shane Harris, CEO Jupiter Hotels, added: “The investment in these properties demonstrates our continued commitment to the growth and transformation of our hotel portfolio in the UK. Great design, clever investment and a fantastic hotel team combine to ensure a thriving midscale hotel business where a product and service are central to the guest experience. The public space transformations follow significant investment into the bedrooms at all hotels, ensuring both bedrooms and public areas are of the highest standard.”
Jupiter hotels continue to invest in its portfolio of 29 UK hotels.