Privilege Hotel Room
Our Privilege Hotel Rooms in Swansea have extra space and luxurious amenities to help you rest and relax during your stay at our spa hotel. Sit back in your fluffy bathrobes with a steaming hot coffee from your very own Nespresso machine.
About our Privilege Hotel Rooms
About Our Privilege Rooms
Enjoy Glistening Lake Views From Your Room
Our charming Privilege Rooms are a level up in luxury, space and amenities for your stay at Mercure Norwich Hotel. Not to mention, many of these hotel rooms look out at the beautiful lake and garden views surrounding our hotel.
With more room space and amenities such as fluffy bathrobes, comfy slippers and your very own Nespresso coffee machine, this room is a great choice for leisure stays and business trips alike.
Our Privilege Hotel Rooms in Norwich have a double bed and sleep up to two people.
Want to take it up a notch?
Our Superior Hotel Room is our most magnificent yet. We recommend this room for special occasions such as weddings, honeymoons, anniversaries and birthdays.
About Mercure Swansea Hotel
Contemporary Business and Leisure Hotel in Swansea
The fresh country air awaits you for your trip to Mercure Swansea Hotel. Set amongst stunning landscaped gardens and breathtaking lake views, this 4-star hotel in Swansea is perfect for exploring the nearby coast, rolling hills and Swansea city centre.
Rest and recover after a day of adventures in one of our spacious, luxurious hotel rooms or by enjoying a refreshing drink in the lounge. You can also let off some steam at our on-site Feel Good Health Club.
This Swansea spa hotel boasts nine well-equipped meeting rooms which can accommodate up to 120 guests. Weddings and special occasions will be made even more special with stunning lake views surrounding the hotel.
The Brasserie, our on-site restaurant, serves internationally inspired cuisine in a contemporary setting. Refreshing drinks including cocktails, beers, wines and spirits are all served daily at the fully-stocked bar.
Mercure Swansea Hotel is just three miles from Swansea city centre, and the beaches of the Gower Peninsula are only nine miles away.