Mercure Sheffield St. Paul’s Hotel and Spa re-opens following renovation

The Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel and Spa underwent refurbishment. The property re-designed the bedrooms and public spaces to reflect the predominantly green city, taking inspiration from the Winter Garden, Peace Gardens and nearby Peak District National Park. The refurbishment also paid tribute to the city's “steel” heritage with metal features and accents throughout the hotel's new interior.

The property now has a feature wall, a major element in Mercure's flagship hotels, as well as glass panels with a back-lit leaf vein motif at reception and throughout the public areas. The renovation also saw the addition of a Chelsom's Steel Teardrop light and new furniture.

Keeping in line with the local nature theme, a new table takes center stage in the reception area, displaying a wooden leaf skeleton frame, glass top and a walnut finish.

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The Mercure Sheffield St Paul's Hotel and Spa has 122 Classic rooms, 32 Privilege rooms, seven Junior suites and two Executive suites. Every bedroom was re-designed to incorporate a brighter color scheme, in line with the natural garden theme, including a new headboard displaying local artwork.

The newly designed lounge and bar area continue to bring the outside indoors with floral metalwork details, petrified moss and a corteen steel sculpture. There new upholstery has earthy tones and textures inspired by local plants found in the Winter Gardens.

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