HH Interiors’ Helen Hooper renovates Mercure Bristol North

Mercure Bristol North, The Grange Hotel underwent a major renovation that transformed the 19th century manor house. The refurbishment included 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 event space, The Park Suite.

Interior designer Helen Hooper of HH Interiors, who previously worked with Jupiter Hotels on renovation projects across the UK, worked on the property.

As part of the refurbishment the Bath stone manor house located in a North Bristol countryside, the property now has new lighting, carpets and drapes, plus a brand new color scheme. The hotel retained its historical features and used current colors and fabrics to give it a modern day style.

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Throughout the public areas of the hotel, the interior fuses contemporary fabrics and colors with traditional period features and detail. There are bespoke touches throughout the design. The fabrics come in colors with a mixture of fine textures. The property also has artwork commissioned by local artists on display throughout the hotel.

The investment also included the redesign of The Park Suite, to provide location for any event or wedding. With large French doors, which open onto the courtyard to overlook the landscaped gardens, the suite can accommodate up to 160 guests.

The hotel has a selection of event space on offer, with seven meeting rooms available, and space for up to 180 delegates. Each offer complimentary Wi-Fi connectivity. There is also a helipad available.

This is the final phase in the extensive renovation of the property.

The Mercure Bristol North, The Grange Hotel is surrounded by 18 acres of landscaped grounds and located just 11 miles from Bath. The M4 and M5 are situated just three miles from the hotel, and local attractions include Bristol Zoo and The World Place Project.

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