VINTRY & MERCER EST. 2019
Vintry & Mercer is nestled at the heart of the City, among the livery halls, guilds and narrow streets that line the banks of the Thames. This is where past and present intersect, where the long traditions of trade and commerce come to life in the contemporary style of the 92 bespoke rooms and suites.
Our inspiration comes from the historic trading guilds of the area. Vintry was the centre for London wine merchants; Mercer was for noble textile sellers who specialised in fine silks and damasks. In the narrow streets near our hotel, this history perseveres. Yet the locale is now a destination for the modern traveller. It’s a place where architectural wonders share the cityscape with global powerhouses, alive with the bustle of commerce and conversation that reflect our first-class location at the centre of a turning world.
Vintry Kitchen is a relaxed, all day eatery on the ground floor, serving café-style classics and fantastic vegan and vegetarian dishes, there’s something for everyone from morning to night. Wine is central to our approach — close to the hotel, merchant sailors landing from Bordeaux used to store their wines.
In one sweep, the view from Mercer Roof Terrace takes in London’s skyline, from the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral to the glass tip of The Shard. The menu celebrates the best of British cooking, using sustainably sourced meat and fish from the British Isles.Read More
Enjoy a panoramic sightseeing trip of London in the quintessentially British black cab, with running commentary from an expert guide. Discover the real London – from a well-informed cabbie who knows London like the back of his hand, with many hidden secrets for you to discover! Please click below for more information!Read More >
This exciting experience has been created exclusively to bring you on a fascinating journey through London's role in the Cold War, the origins of MI5, MI6 and Churchill's role in bringing down the Nazi regime. Please click below for more information!Read More >
The Great Fire of London, September 1666, was one of the capital's most historically significant events. Leaving destruction and despair in its wake, the fire also led to the modernisation of housing and infrastructure, forcing large attitudinal changes towards safety and poverty. Please click below for more information!Read More >