Mercure Hull Royal

A Historic Hotel in Hull, Humberside

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Mercure Hull Royal, Hull

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The Mercure Hull Royal is delighted to announce the completion of the £1.5 million extensive refurbishment programme. Located in the heart of the city, The Royal Hotel was built in 1851 and is one of Hull's most famous and historically significant Victorian structures. The grand foyer, lounge and bar have undergone an impressive facelift, combining the splendour of the Victoria era with the comforts of modern living.

In addition the spacious en-suite bedrooms have been refurbished and offer modern, bright decor with highly efficient power showers and plasma screen televisions with Freeview. Free Wi-Fi is now also available throughout the hotel. The hotel is adjacent to the Railway Station, within easy reach of the M62 Motorway and offers free car parking.

The Hotel is next to the St Stephens Shopping complex and the Hull Truck Theatre. Close to Hull's historic Old Town Centre and The Deep Aquarium, everything is just a few minutes walk away.

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From: £33.60

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