LONDON HOTELS: THE MERCER STREET

The Mercer Street, one of the best located hotels in London, re-opened in Covent Gardens last week after a £15million  refurbishment.

Formerly called The Mountbatten, The Mercer Street is a chic retreat just seconds away from some of the best London shopping, restaurants and theatres that London has to offer – making it an ideal stay for business or leisure travellers.

Dawn Thomas, General Manager of The Mercer Street, said: “This landmark London hotel, at the heart of Seven Dials, is as hip as the area that surrounds it. Travellers now have a retreat that enables them to enjoy London to the full, in comfort and in style. The Mercer Street is the ultimate hub for those wishing to work or to play.”

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The Mercer Street offers 137 new bedrooms, including eight sumptuous suites with great views over Seven Dials.

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The hotel offers five-star luxury at affordable prices.

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Dial - a modern bar and restaurant perfect for pre-theatre dining and post-theatre drinking.

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Six meeting rooms capable of hosting 6-50 people and equipped with the latest technology.

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