Design scheme inspired by hotel’s Victorian heritageMercure Kidderminster Hotel has unveiled its stunning new event space following the major refurbishment of its Balmoral Suite. One of the largest event rooms in the West Midlands, catering for up to 350 guests, the suite’s design scheme takes its inspiration from the hotel’s Victorian heritage.
The 19th century four-star hotel is surrounded by 20 acres of Worcestershire countryside and with its sweeping driveway and abundance of period features, makes an enchanting setting for weddings, celebrations and corporate events.
The Balmoral Suite, one of the largest event rooms in the West Midlands, has seen a complete transformation, with a contemporary scheme that reflects the hotel’s heritage. A new carpet takes a modern take on a Victorian floral pattern, with the introduction of hot pink, grey and black. The mezzanine floor has been given an injection of glamour with the refurbishment of the spiral staircases, now providing symmetry and grandeur.
Windows have been restored to their original full height and have new silk curtains in a delicate floral design. A colour scheme of soft creams will complement any bride’s theme, and bespoke artwork features romantic watercolours and limited edition floral prints.
General Manager Randall Kiewitz comments, “We are delighted with our beautiful new event space and can’t wait to share the results of the project with our visitors and guests. The décor perfectly reflects the unique heritage of the hotel, while creating a space that is fresh, contemporary and romantic. Based right in the heart of the West Midlands, we’re ideally situated for those looking for an exciting new location for their wedding, conference or special celebration”.
This year had also seen the launch of Mercure Kidderminster’s new Feel Good Health Club, with Olympic-size swimming pool, gym, steam room and spa bath, perfect for relaxing before or after an event.
Mercure Kidderminster Hotel, Bewdley, is located just three miles from Kidderminster and 18 miles from Birmingham.