Guests at the Mercure Daventry Court Hotel & Spa can now recharge their batteries in one of 151 revamped bedrooms and new bathrooms after we worked with Edge Architects Ltd and Chandlerkbs to refurbish this modern hotel.
This is the third in a series of successful hotel refurbishments that we have completed for the Mercure hotel chain, following Haydock and St Paul’s, Sheffield. Each, we’re proud to report, remained fully open to guests while the major refurbishment works were undertaken in a phased approach. This particular fit-out project spanned 18 weeks and saw the transformation of every bedroom, from superior doubles to spacious twin rooms and everything inbetween.
“I was impressed by the professionalism of your site staff and their dedication to delivering a good finished product.”
The 4-star Mercure Daventry Court Hotel & Spa is surrounded by greenery, nestled in the Midlands near Drayton Reservoir and this directly inspired our new interior scheme. Neutral and light, the bedrooms now have a surprise in store, because the beds lay in front of a feature wall. It’s painted white and overlaid with dark green silhouettes of windswept river reeds.
Lighter shades of green were used as highlights to tie the bedrooms together, from the bed throws to the stylish dressing room chairs.
After laying the flooring and fitting the carpet, we installed everything from our bespoke joinery and upholstery to our bespoke artwork decorations and a light touch refurbishment to the en-suite bathrooms. The space, featuring loose pieces of furniture, is intimately lit with wall-mounted, table top and floor standing lamps to make the guests’ stay at Mercure Daventry Court Hotel & Spa as comfortable as possible.
Commenting on the fit-out, Memo Ngwemya praised us on behalf of Chandler KBS, saying, “I was impressed by the professionalism of your site staff and their dedication to delivering a good finished product.”
To find out more about our hotel refurbishment services or any of our recent projects please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Posted April 13, 2017