With hotels in Nottingham and around the world closed for over three months, you must be itching for a short break. However, you are probably also wondering if it is safe to travel again and use hotels in Nottingham.
With hotels in Nottingham and around the world closed for over three months, you must be itching for a short break. However, you are probably also wondering if it is safe to travel again and use hotels in Nottingham. During the Nottingham lockdown, the Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel team has been working hard behind the scenes, preparing our boutique hotel in Nottingham to welcome guests safely again. We have retrained all our friendly staff, added social distancing messaging throughout the hotel, installed protective screens and enhanced our cleaning procedures to ensure every object and surface is regularly and thoroughly disinfected with hospital-grade disinfectant. We are proud to have achieved ALL SAFE certification from Accor Hotels, meaning Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel is fully COVID-19 safe and secure. We will even give you access to 24-hour medical support during your stay, just in case!
Following the announcement from Boris Johnson, everyone is allowed to travel and stay in hotels in Nottingham from 4th July. Most Nottingham shops, bars, restaurants and attractions will be open from 4th July so there are plenty of amazing experiences waiting for you in Nottingham. Whether you want to appreciate the splendour of Wollaton Hall and Park or explore the chilled magical City of Caves, after your day’s activities, you can dine and refresh yourself in one of the many bars and restaurants around Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel.
Situated right in the middle of Nottingham’s Lace Market shopping district, Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel is steeped in history. Starting off in 1822 as Nottingham’s first hotel, the property has been constructed above the medieval smugglers’ caves that were used in the time of Robin Hood. Grab a drink in our genuine Cave Bar underneath the hotel and imagine you are one of Robin Hood’s merry men! Over the last two hundred years, Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel has welcomed many famous guests including Charles Dickens, Lord Byron, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
Extensively refurbished into the best boutique hotel in Nottingham, Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel celebrates its past; it is adorned all over with original fixtures and fittings, including the Grade II listed carved oak staircase. In spite of its age, Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel is brimming with style and technology including free high-speed Wi-Fi, large interactive smart TVs and Nespresso coffee machines. The George Suite even has built-in ceiling speakers which connect to your devices via Bluetooth.
Perfect for your special day with many great photo opportunities, Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel has a full wedding licence and government rules allow weddings of up to 30 guests to take place from 4th July. Make memorable moments of a lifetime by tying the knot in the ballroom of our boutique hotel in Nottingham.
It is simple to travel to our hotels in Nottingham: Parking is cheap and easy in the nearby car park where hotel guests get a discount and the main train station is only four minutes away.
Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel is open and ready for you now. We have some fantastic reopening deals to tempt you and can’t wait to welcome you back soon. Help us write the next chapter of history at Mercure Nottingham City Centre Hotel, one of the best hotels in Nottingham.Book Now