Mercure opens its first hotel in Romania in November

Newsroom 09/10/2014 | 14:21

Mercure, a midscale brand of Accor, the world’s leading hotel operator, opens its first unit in Bucharest at the beginning of November.

The 4-star Mercure Bucharest City Center is located on George Enescu St., a few steps away from the capital’s most prestigious avenue, Calea Victoriei, home of significant historical landmarks, as well as luxury boutiques, business centers, restaurants etc.

Mercure Bucharest City Center provides 114 fully equipped, comfortable rooms, including 27 Privilege Rooms and one Privilege Suite.

The Privilege rooms offer an array of additional amenities, such as king-size bedding, large LCD screens, Espresso machine, free minibar, bathrobes and many other attentive gestures. Also, some of the top floor rooms have cozy terraces, which grant picturesque views over the city center.

Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms and public areas, while a business corner and fitness center are permanently at guests’ disposal.

On the first floor, Mercure provides three natural day-lighted meeting rooms endowed with professional equipment & facilities: advanced connectivity, Wi-Fi & broadband Internet, multimedia projectors & teleconferencing solutions. Mercure Bucharest City Center also benefits from a 30 secured underground parking places.

French hotel group Accor announced in June it would open a Mercure hotel in Bucharest this fall. The company is already present locally with the Ibis, Novotel and Pullman brands.

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