Mecure hotel opens in Milton Keynes

Date Posted: 21/01/2013

The new Mercure Milton Keynes Abbey Hill has announced its launch following a £1.5 million transformation, and rebranding as a Mercure property.

Your group will now be able to enjoy new state-of-the-art facilities, with the property set to become a popular choice for group travel organisers looking for accommodation when visiting Milton Keynes and the surrounding area.

The hotel is located close to the city centre, adjacent to Abbey Hill Golf Course and offers a 60-seater restaurant, spacious 50-person capacity bar and lobby area, and 88 refurbished bedrooms.

Other facilities include five state-of-the-art meeting rooms for conferences, private events and weddings, and a newly-built outdoor decking area.

New restaurant offers fresh cooking concepts

The hotel’s new restaurant, Moltens, will launch interactive dining next month, enabling guests to cook their preferred meats or fish on lava rock - a rare concept that uses volcanic slates heated to 440 degrees celcius. Moltens restaurant, which will have a menu that also caters for vegetarians, plans to introduce exotic specialty meats such as venison, ostrich and crocodile by this summer.

With views over the golf course, the hotel’s 28 square metre Privilege rooms are considerably larger and offer additional features such as super-king size beds, a complimentary mini-bar, Nespresso coffee maker, bathrobe and slippers, additional toiletries, a Jacuzzi bathtub and a sofa seating area.

Where to find the hotel and local attractions

Mercure Milton Keynes Abbey Hill, the 75th UK property for Mercure, is located just off the A5 and there are many local attractions to visit in the region including the Sno-Zone, Woburn Safari Park, Bletchley Park and Silverstone Race Track.

For further group travel information:

01908-561 666


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