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New hotel to open up in Cardiff
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Hotel company Accor has revealed plans to open up a new Mercure in Cardiff.

Mercure Cardiff North Hotel, located in Circle Way East, is owned by Danish real estate group Proark and managed by Mercure.

The hotel previously operated under the Park Inn brand but is currently being redesigned and refurbished along Mercure standards.

Mercure Cardiff North Hotel takes its inspiration from the historic docklands district Tiger Bay and the role it played in the export of coal, iron and tin from South Wales during the industrial revolution.

The hotel has 132 guest rooms and a 32-cover restaurant, a café and bar lounge area.

Jean-Marc Vendioux, senior vice president managed hotels UKI at Accor, said: "We are delighted to be partnering with Proark on this new hotel in Cardiff and are proud to brand it as a Mercure.

"Guests can already expect an incredibly high level of quality and personalised service, as they would receive in any Mercure, and this will be elevated by the look and feel of a hotel rooted in its local Cardiff community once the refurbishment is complete later this year."

Michael Brag, chairman of Proark said: "We have worked closely with Accor since signing this hotel and are extremely pleased with the ongoing work being done to redesign and refurbish it.

"The hotel has the Mercure service and features guests expect but it will also offer local touches specific to Cardiff, which we are confident will be well received by business and leisure travellers alike."

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