Friday, March 23, 2018

Mercure Perth undergoes refurbishment

Mercure Perth has bid farewell to its former colour schemes and embraced a colourful new design following a $1 million refurbishment.

Under the creative direction of Programmed, Mercure Perth has completely transformed the look and feel of its guest room interiors with bright, energetic and relaxed decor to reflect the hotel’s location in the heart of Perth’s city centre. The multimillion dollar refurbishment program includes a makeover of 239 guest rooms and suites as well as the hotel’s rooftop leisure playground with heated swimming pool, sun deck and hot tub.
Drawing on the vibrancy of the Perth city skyline at sunset, the feature walls have been adorned with a new mural design that contrasts with soft curtains and crisp white linens. Accent cushions in sunset hues add a pop of brightness.

Those into maintaining their fitness while on the road can utilise the gym’s new treadmills, cross trainers, hand held weights and floor to ceiling mirrors, complemented by natural light and Swan River vistas. Area general manager of operations, Nathan Frost, said the new rooms have already received positive guest feedback.

“Our guests are really loving the new sense of spaciousness and the fun colour palate in the new rooms.
“Mercure Perth has long been a favourite for business and leisure travellers visiting Perth. The upgrade places the hotel in a market-leading position within the midscale sector thanks to its new level of comfort, design and personality at a great price.”

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