Mercure Brighton has unveiled its new-look bedrooms and courtyard after an extensive refurbishment take place at the property.
The boutique by the sea has given all its 22 Mews bedrooms a contemporary new feel, with artwork that echoes the hotel’s location and various city landmarks, alongside a marine-inspired colour scheme.
The Mews are located behind the main building around a courtyard, but linked internally with the hotel. The courtyard itself has been made over with hedges, plants and topiary.
Alongside the new artwork, the 22 bedrooms now boast new televisions and other soft furnishings in a seaside theme.
The 30 other rooms within The Mews have similar new features, but also offer guests a Nespresso coffee machine, robes and slippers as part of a more premium package.
General manager Iain Lindsay commented: “We’re delighted with the new look of our rooms. The Mews is a lovely area behind our impressive main building. It’s quiet and self-contained, ideal for groups and corporates who want to be accommodated together. The Mews is a low rise building, where the stables to the main hotel building were originally located. The rooms are light and airy – and now with the new look, even more stylish.”
Mercure Brighton Seafront Hotel overlooks the sea and the promenade and also offers an impressive ballroom with original 19th century chandeliers, a restaurant and bar, plus six meeting spaces.