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Queens Hotel & Spa reopens as part of Mercure brand after 1920’s inspired redesign

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Queens Hotel & Spa in Bournemouth has reopened as part of the Mercure portfolio and is bracing to capitalise on the staycation boom following a redesign.

The four-star hotel has joined the Mercure hotel collection and reopened its doors after a renovation inspired by Bournemouth’s heyday, the 1920s.

All 109 bedrooms have been given an upgrade and a new all-day coffee lounge and Green Room restaurant introduced.

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Mercure Bournemouth Queens Hotel & Spa will operate elevated hygiene measures in line with Accor’s Allsafe label certification.

Karl Goebel, head of operations at Mercure Bournemouth Queens Hotel & Spa commented: “We are very proud to be joining the global Mercure brand and equally proud to reopen our doors and welcome guests back to the transformed hotel. Within the hotel’s new interior, we have celebrated all that is great with the British seaside a pure nostalgic trip down memory lane.

“Bournemouth is the home of the staycation and we are delighted to welcome guests as they seek the delights of the British coast after a long lockdown.”

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