Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.
In this month’s issue take a look at Four Hundred Rabbits; we cast our eyes over Birmingham’s new Nosh & Quaff; and we profile Mercure hotels, focusing on three sites: Mercure Bristol Holland House, Mercure Exeter Southgate and Mercure Oxford Eastgate Townhouse Hotel.
Situated at 30-32 Westow Street, in the Crystal Palace area of London, Four Hundred Rabbits is a sourdough pizza restaurant, serving a fine selection of pizzas all cooked in a 450° wood fired oven. Pizzas take around one minute to cook and with a pre-order take away service available, it means that no customer is waiting too long for their meal. Four Hundred Rabbits opened its doors for the first time in August 2015 and is already proving popular with guests who are looking for convenient, great value food.
Meanwhile, independent restaurant developers Lasan Group has unveiled Nosh & Quaff; the latest addition to their ever-growing portfolio of restaurants. The venue, situated on Colmore Row in the Birmingham’s bustling financial district, opened in July and offers diners a mouth-watering selection of dishes focusing on naturally reared products.
The Lasan Group’s, Aktar Islam, said:
“Nosh & Quaff is a good time brand, providing an environment where people can enjoy a quality product without feeling pretentious. The venue is ‘dirty-glam’ and offers a comfy, approachable environment where everyone is welcome.”
And finally, Mercure is the midscale non-standardised brand of Accor, the world’s leading hotel operator with 3,700 hotels and 180,000 employees in 92 countries. Each and every Mercure hotel has a distinct character, delivering an experience that is true to its local environment and each hotel represents a real alternative to standardised or independent hotels. In this issue we put three Mercure hotels in the spotlight, providing an insight into what it takes to make a Mercure hotel, a Mercure Hotel.
With all this and more, it’s time to sit back and tuck into another helping of Premier Hospitality.