Mercure Milton Keynes Abbey Hill opens to public
The new Mercure Milton Keynes Abbey Hill - previously Abbey Hill Hotel - has announced its launch following a £1.5 million transformation, and re-branding as a Mercure property.
With its new state-of-the-art facilities, stunning décor and fresh concept, the property is set to become one of Milton Keynes’ premier destinations for business, leisure and weddings.
Located close to the city centre adjacent to Abbey Hill Golf Course, the hotel features a nature- inspired colour palette and artwork throughout its newly designed and furnished public spaces.
The design theme continues through its 60-seater restaurant, spacious 50-person capacity bar and lobby area, and throughout its 88 stunningly refurbished bedrooms.
Other facilities include five state-of-the-art meeting rooms ideal for conferences, private events and weddings, and a newly-built outdoor decking area with contemporary furniture.
Nazim Manji, chairman of Clubhouse Group, which owns and operates the new Mercure property said: “After months of hard work we are thrilled to be unveiling the newest hotel in the thriving business hub of Milton Keynes, which is said to become one of England’s largest cities by 2031.
“The hotel was one of the first purpose built business hotels in Milton Keynes around 1987, so we are pleased to be carrying on the legacy.
“The new facilities will better serve our business market whilst also appealing to those that visit the region’s many attractions at weekends.”
Mercure Milton Keynes Abbey Hill, the 75th UK property for Mercure, is located just off the A5 and is five minutes’ drive from Milton Keynes train station and the centre of Milton Keynes.
There are many local attractions to visit in the region including the Sno-Zone, Woburn Safari Park, Bletchley Park and Silverstone Race Track.
Mercure is the second largest mid-scale hotel network worldwide – outside North America - with a network of 724 hotels in 51 countries.