HH Interiors’ Helen Hooper transforms Mercure Inverness Hotel

The Mercure Inverness Hotel, set on the banks of the River Ness in the heart of the city of Inverness in the UK, completed its refurbishment, which saw the transformation of its biggest event room. The hotel’s renovation also included the creation of 12 new Privilege Bedrooms.

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

According to Hooper, the design in the new bedrooms is fresh and modern, with the use of bold splashes of color against grey palette. In each room, there is a highland influenced painting positioned on the ceiling over the bed, to add a locally inspired touch to the design. Each room has a bespoke wardrobe and the bathrooms include walk-in showers.

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The Inverness Suite has a unique Scottish thistle carpet design, with contemporary tartan wallpaper and deep purples and greys. The Inverness Suite caters for those looking for wedding or event venue. It has its own private bar. The Inverness Suite can also host up to 200 conference delegates and offers complimentary high speed Wi-Fi connectivity.

The Mercure Inverness Hotel is located with the Highland backdrop. Local attractions nearby include Loch Ness, the Eden Court theatre and a selection of Championship Golf courses. The airport is approximately 20 minutes away.

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