Our entry into Inverness revealed a Mercure located in the middle of the town and close to eat spots and most other things as well as Loch Ness within close walking or driving distance.
Our family was a little pricey being 140 quid but it was central and the beds were soft and clean and the room was nice and spacious and clean as well. A good sized bathroom which had good hot water and accompanying soaps and shampoos was welcome after a long day driving.
The only problem (if I can put it that way) is that the Inverness council REALLY needs to cull those damn seagulls that crap EVERYWHERE. Every building, window, footpath and car is covered in seagull bombing that looks like a bucket of ice cream when it hits it's target, and that's very frequent, apart from that and the feathered sky pirates waking everybody in the town up at daybreak as they fight, it was a really pleasant stay.
The staff were good, the room and fittings were good and apart from the price which we felt a little expensive, it was a great stopover.
Would I stay here again? If the seagull is considered a national pest and culled, it will be high on the list...
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Choose the Mercure Inverness Hotel situated in the heart of Inverness' vibrant city centre on the bank of the River Ness, with the bustle of the thirving shops and local nightlife right on the doorstep. You can't get more central than this! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Ramada Inverness
- Inverness Ramada
- Mercure Inverness Hotel Scotland