The new Mercure Milton Keynes Abbey Hill - previously Abbey Hill Hotel - has announced its launch following a £1.5million transformation, and rebranding as a Mercure property.
Located close to the city centre adjacent to Abbey Hill Golf Course, the hotel features newly designed and furnished public spaces. The design theme continues through its 60-seater restaurant, 50-person capacity bar and lobby area, and throughout its 88 refurbished bedrooms. Other facilities include five state-of-the-art meeting rooms ideal for conferences, private events and weddings and a newly-built outdoor decking area with contemporary furniture.
Meanwhile, the hotel’s new restaurant, Moltens, has launched interactive dining enabling guests to cook their preferred meats or fish on lava rock - a rare concept that uses volcanic slates heated to 440oC. The dishes are brought to the table part-cooked and sizzling on a volcanic rock and the meat continues to cook at the table with diners able to choose themselves, according to their own personal preference, how long to cook it for.
The high temperature of the rock seals in the natural juices and nutrients giving the food a special taste and flavour. It’s also one of the healthiest methods of cooking with little or no fat used. Diners can choose from a selection of beef steaks of varying cuts, pork loin, chicken, king prawns and fresh tuna which are served with sides of salads, dips, chips and vegetables. Vegetarian options are also available.
The property is currently offering a special spring deal of 30% off room rates, plus standard rooms for two people including buffet breakfast from £64.50 per night, or from £85.50 for a Privilege Room with a king bed and golf course views.
For more information visit www.mercure.com or to make a booking email email@example.com or call 01908-561666.