Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel reveals new bedrooms by The Curious Design Company

Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel has unveiled its new bedrooms following the renovation of The George suite, launch of a new lobby concept, and addition of the Curious Tavern and Lost Property bar.

The Curious Design Company was involved in the renovation. According to Daniel Brown, managing director of The Curious Design Company, the design team ensured that the property’s history was maintained in the renovation by preserving the property’s classical features.

The design of the new rooms pays homage to traditional English style, though bespoke elements in each room were incorporated with more modern amenities, such as Wi-Fi connection, Nespresso coffee machines and a gym.

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The hotel’s overall design aesthetics were inspired by the building’s historic role as the first hotel in Nottingham. The property uses a palette of strong colors, textured fabrics and upcycled furniture.

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