Mercure Swansea Hotel Reveals Locally Inspired Refurbishment
The Mercure Swansea Hotel has undergone an extensive refurbishment, revealing a locally inspired new look. The contemporary new design pays homage to Swansea’s industrial heritage whilst preserving the friendly and approachable service for which the hotel has always been highly commended.
The renovation was unveiled on 7th September 2017 and includes a transformation of 55 bedrooms and the public spaces including the bar area.
Additional locally inspired design features, which acknowledge Swansea’s industrial heritage, include a range of materials such as ornamental copper gilded oyster shells, a quadriprych printed onto aluminium in the restaurant and vintage silver cutlery items stamped in the welsh language and hung in wooden frames in the public areas. Other key design features that reference the local scenery and culture include artwork of Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas, bespoke local imagery printed onto the headboards and framed model sheep in the lounge space.
The Mercure Swansea also offers a Brasserie Restaurant overlooking the landscaped gardens, providing fresh, locally produced and seasonal ingredients. Guests can also enjoy a Welsh whisky by the fire in the stylish revamped hotel Bar. For those looking to relax and unwind during their stay, they can enjoy a swim in the heated indoor pool, take a dip in the sauna or use the exercise facilities at the Feel Good Health Club.