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FACTS

Hotel (The Mercer) - New York

www.mercerhotel.com

Director of Sales: Michel Heredia


 

TRADE INFORMATION

Unique Selling Points

  • Room service and lobby from the Mercer Kitchen by Jean-Georges Vongerichten.

  • 24-hour concierge service

  • Choice of daily newspapers delivery on request

  • Packing and unpacking service

  • Same day laundry, dry cleaning, pressing, and complimentary shoeshine service

  • Dog walking services

  • Complimentary day passes available to the neighborhood gym

  • Private trainers, massage therapists, in-room beauty treatments, yoga, and pilates sessions by arrangement

  • Coffee or tea presentations upon request

  • Daily / Nightly turndown service

The Mercer is Soho's foremost luxury hotel, offering 74 guest rooms on six floors of a landmark Romanesque revival building in one of New York's most exclusive neighborhoods. The first hotel to offer an authentic taste of loft living, The Mercer is both home and hotel.

The Mercer bespeaks elegance, subtlety, and intimacy. An all-encompassing philosophy of distinction extends to every detail. At The Mercer, we regard every staff member as our guests' personal concierge and the front desk as their private secretary - an impeccable level of service that only a small luxury hotel can provide.

The Mercer's 74 loft-like rooms and suites all have the seductive qualities of high ceilings, large windows that open, and abundant natural light. Renowned interior designer Christian Liaigre has created soothing modernist interiors emphasizing comfort, harmonized proportions and calming, subtle color palettes.
The exceptionally spacious bathrooms enhance the loft experience, the majority featuring oversized marble bathtubs that fit two people or more. All rooms include complimentary wireless internet access, sumptuous bedding with 400 thread count Egyptian cotton sheets, HD televisions, and a wide range of thoughtful amenities that cater to every need.

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