Mercure Bristol North, The Grange Hotel has undergone a major investment, transforming the 19th century manor house. The extensive refurbishment includes the renovation of the hotel’s ground floor including the restaurant, bar, lounge and reception area as well as the redesign of the hotel’s largest event space, The Park Suite, to provide the ideal setting to cater for all occasions.
The stunning Bath stone manor house, located in a peaceful pocket of North Bristol countryside, will unveil its new look at an official opening on May 15. As part of the refurbishment the hotel will present a brand new image, which includes new lighting, carpets and drapes plus a brand new sophisticated colour scheme. Creating a stylish and contemporary feel, the hotel retains its historical features and uses current colours and fabrics to give a modern day style.
Interior designer Helen Hooper of HH Interiors, who has previously worked with Jupiter Hotels on renovation projects across the UK, comments on the project: “Throughout the public areas of the hotel, the interior fuses contemporary fabrics and colours with traditional period features and detail. There are bespoke touches throughout the design. The fabrics are luxurious and sumptuous in elegant colours with a mixture of fine textures to create a relaxed ambience.
Melin Tregwynt throws are used in all the bedrooms. Shane Harris, CEO Jupiter Hotels said: “The refurbishment in Bristol is part of our ongoing commitment to investing in the design, quality and experience at our hotels. We always strive to keep the character and bring in touches of modernity when refurbishing our hotels and we feel Mercure Bristol North, The Grange Hotel is a great example of this. We believe in great service and great design and the latest investment in Bristol will ensure guests receive both.”