Vintry & Mercer hotel to open in London

The new 92-room property has a roof terrace, all-day restaurant, underground speakeasy and will open in February 2019.

A new hotel set on Garlick Hill in the City of London is a two-minute walk from Cannon Street station and Mansion House tube station. 

It has 92 bedrooms with five room categories, from doubles to suites with glass-panelled balconies that overlook London’s Southbank skyline.

The hotel has three dining and drinking experiences including Asian small plates at the ground floor eatery Vintry Kitchen, a modern British menu at Mercer Roof Terrace, and decadent cocktails at the underground bar, DND (Do Not Disturb).

The hotel has three private event spaces, a breakout area and a gym. 

The Library can host 26 people seated, The Drawing Room can seat 10 and has red wine coloured walls, French panelled ceiling and a copper mesh chandelier. It connects with The Library for larger events. The Music Room can seat 10 people.

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