Brandon Hall Hotel
January 2019 saw the commencement of a three million pound refurbishment to the one hundred and twenty bedrooms and public areas at the Mercure Brandon Hall Hotel and Spa, and it is set to finish this summer.
Phase one included bedrooms and meeting rooms located within the main and original building. The refurbishment here offered a variety of shapes and sized rooms, and where possible it maintained the existing features, with most rooms overlooking the landscape gardens; which make for superb Privilege rooms.
The bedrooms were totally stripped back to the floorboards and refurbishments included new windows, electrical wiring, new flooring, plastering and redecoration complete with the addition of stylish new furnishings. Situated in the original building, many of these rooms offer views over the grounds and gardens, some of which boast original features such as fireplaces and all the rooms are tastefully designed, with the bedroom furniture bought as new which also included new beds, curtains and soft furnishings.
Extensive works were also undertaken to the two honeymoon suites with a complete makeover of the bedrooms and en suite bathrooms, specifically designed to cater for the honeymoon event. Both rooms were furnished with bespoke furniture and feature headboards.
The remaining six phases took on a similar guise, as similar work was carried out with a more classic design in wallpaper and furnishings. These works featured classic twin and double rooms, executive twin and double rooms, privilege king rooms, and accessible and DDA rooms.
Public areas including the main reception have undergone extensive works too, including decorations and new flooring, complemented with a range of bespoke furniture to the m main foyer and reception and Bar.
Martin Harvey of MRV Interiors explained to PREMIER HOSPITALITY MAGAZINE that the pre planning and close working relationship with the hotel was instrumental in the successful implementation of this major refurbishment, whilst also maintaining as little disruption for guests and staff within the hotels working environment.
He said: “It has been a pleasure for MRV to have been involved in this prestigious project and we hopefully look forward to a continuing working relationship with the owners of Brandon Hall Hotel in the near future.”
About Brandon Hall Hotel
Set in 17 acres of grounds and gardens, the four star Mercure Brandon Hall Hotel and Spa is an idyllic sanctuary that retains historic character whilst offering state of the art facilities. Each of their one hundred and twenty en-suite guest bedrooms provide comfort and style, ranging from classic bedrooms to privilege rooms and suites. Brandon Hall has fourteen fully-equipped meeting and event rooms, the largest catering for up to two hundred and eighty guests, an ideal venue for business meetings, weddings and private celebrations.
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