10 OCTOBER 2011

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Article from BTNews 10 OCTOBER 2011

Accor’s MGallery Collection for London

Following the announcement last week of a major UK expansion for its Mercure brand, giant French hotel group Accor has now revealed that the prestigious St Ermin’s Hotel, St James, has become part of its MGallery collection.  The Accor involvement follows an impressive £30m transformation and restoration of the historical property by its new owners, US real estate development firm Amerimar Enterprises.

With the opening of the St Ermin’s, MGallery now has its first British foothold and has confirmed that it is looking for further properties of character in the UK that fit into the global brand.  At present there are 45 MGallery properties around the world, each one carefully selected including the Hotel Century, Old Town Prague; Caracciolo, Naples and the Hotel Rotary, Geneva.  The St Ermin’s has 331 guest rooms including 41 deluxe suites and the wonderful galleried Crystal Ballroom with a capacity for up to 120 diners. www.sterminshotel.co.uk

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