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Sunday Times | October 2019

Best places to stay in London – This 92-room boutique hotel east of St Paul’s rubs shoulders with the livery halls and guilds. Vintry and Mercer are nearby wards, historic hubs for wines and textile merchants. Rooms are small but sumptuous, with rich velvet upholstery and hand stitched wallpaper.

Space International Hotel Design | October 2019

Take a moment to step away from London’s most famous roads to enjoy a more leisurely stroll along some of the narrow, winding streets dotted throughout the heart of the city and you’ll find some real treasures. One of which is a new favourite among savvy city explorers this year since its opening in February: the exceedingly pleasing-on-the-eye Vintry & Mercer.

CNA Lifestyle | September 2019

Named for the 14th century merchants and traders who established this district in the City of London, this 92-room hotel is 100 percent powered b renewable energy and has a rooftop terrace, where lunch comes with views of St Pauls and the Shard.

EasyJet | September 2019

Making capital on its location – the City, with an upper-case ‘C’ – this plush spot near Bank is named after two London trading guilds; wine and fine fabrics respectively.

Norwegian Air | August 2019

When you think of luxury you perhaps think of excess and thus waste. But at Vintry & Mercer, newly opened in the City of London, everything is being done to minimise the hotel’s environmental impact. Run on 100% renewables, it features energy-saving LED lighting throughout, greener air conditioning and heating systems, and a living roof topped with solar panels that not only insulates but is proving quite the hit to the local bees.

Vogue | August 2019

On the docks of the Thames River in the early 1300s, just down the road from where London Bridge stands today, the Vintry guild controlled the flow of fine wine to the capital. Their neighbours, the Mercer guild, were responsible for importing silks and damasks to keep British nobles looking, well, noble. So, what to call a luxury boutique hotel in this historic part of the City of London? Vintry & Mercer, clearly.

The New York Times | August 2019

Velvet headboards, leather door handles and vintage-map wallpaper give the individually designed rooms lush character; lots of plants in the public spaces create a business traveller’s bolt-hole; and Do Not Disturb, an underground cocktail speakeasy with leather banquettes and images of Zeigfield Follies girls on the walls, has its own sultry entrance set back on Garlick Hill.

Dexter Moren Associates | July 2019

Vintry & Mercer is a 92-bedroom boutique hotel in the city of London, inspired by the rich cultural influences of the historic area, which are referenced throughout the hotel’s design. The hotel includes a gym, three private event rooms, an all-day restaurant, rooftop restaurant and bar, and a hidden speakeasy.

All in London | July 2019

The top floor of the new Vintry & Mercer hotel in the City is home to the Mercer Roof Terrace; with its huge floor to ceiling glass doors and abundant greenery, come summer this place will be packed to the rafters as the roof is opened up to flood the space with balmy sunshine, letting diners make the most of the panoramic city views taking in St Paul’s Cathedral and The Shard.

DestinAsian | July 2019

A new boutique hotel in the British capital offers style, substance, and striding distance to some of London’s best-known landmarks.

Arbuturian | June 2019

From its rooftop restaurant to its subterranean speakeasy bar, the new Vintry & Mercer hotel in the City, is winning over business supremos and hip travellers alike, by capturing the City’s unique heritage through its eclectic design ethos.

The Telegraph | June 2019

With a distinctive theme – inspired by historic trading guilds – and a swanky speakeasy bar, Vintry & Mercer injects pizzazz into the City’s buttoned-up hotel scene. Rooms are outfitted with smart touches (such as heated bathroom floors) and you can hear St Pauls Cathedral pleasing chimes from a distance.

Finance Monthly | June 2019

Vintry and Mercer is has homely b luxurious bedrooms, an Asian tapas restaurant, a snazzy rooftop terrace that takes in London’s skyline, from the dome of St Paul’s Cathedral to the glass tip of The Shard, and a 1920s inspired bar in the basement, the hotel ticks ever city-break-hotel box.

About Time | May 2019

Vintry Izakaya is located in the new Vintry & Mercer Hotel, in an elegant but informal room decked with geometric tiled floors, marble-topped tables, leather banquette seating and a wine barrel-lined gantry.

Food & Travel Magazine | May 2019

When the sister hotel to South Kensington’s Ampersand opened this February, we instantly warmed to the geometric aqua tiles found in the bathrooms, the silks draped across the walls in the 92 rooms and clusters of potted palms that fill the airy interiors.

Forbes Magazine | May 2019

Vintry & Mercer, a new-build boutique hotel near the Bank of England has one of the largest spaces on offer. Floor to ceiling glass windows can swing open as the weather permits.

Business Traveller | April 19

Vintry & Mercer suits those looking for a boutique style alternative to more run-of-the-mill business hotels in the City. Staff are friendly, rooms are luxurious and well equipped, and the views and food at Mercer Roof Terrace are the most impressive of all.

Business Traveller | April 19

Vintry & Mercer suits those looking for a boutique style alternative to more run-of-the-mill business hotels in the City. Staff are friendly, rooms are luxurious and well equipped, and the views and food at Mercer Roof Terrace are the most impressive of all.

Metro | March 2019

With a cracking view over the rooftops and church spires in and around Mansion House, this soft, soothing space is flooded with light by day.

Delicious Magazine | March 2019

Vintry & Mercer is the kind of hotel that thinks of everything. It combines excellent food, rooftop views, luxurious living and a touch of history for all a surprisingly affordable price. Whether your drop in for a cocktail or stay for a city break, this place is fabulous.

Independent | March 2019

Mercer Roof Terrace provides spellbinding views of a City sunset alongside its farm-to-table steaks and fish: while downstairs speakeasy DND wows with its jewelled photographs and playful barrel-aged cocktails.

The Telegraph | February 2019

The seafood is exceptional; Chris Golding is one of those rare London chefs who grasps that a fish dish should capture the feeling of that first head-dunk into the sea on a summer holiday.

Vanity Fair | February 2019

The bedrooms are warmly decorated in deep jewel tones and velvet furnishings. London skyline views are guaranteed so you can expect to wake up in your king-size bed, draw back the heavy curtains and see the Shard or St Paul’s.

Vogue | February 2019

The hotel plays homage to its locale’s rich history, while inside offering a distinctly modern interior (complete with glass-panelled balconies overlooking the South Bank and a roof terrace restaurant).

Wedding Venues & Fashion | January 2019

Be one of the first to enjoy its luxury suites, glorious views over the Thames and roof-terrace restaurant. There’s even a basement bar styles after a 1920s Prohibition speakeasy.

The Times | December 2018

The 92 bedrooms are chic and modern without being minimalist, while the Mercer Roof Terrace restaurant has views of the City’s skyline. Vinophiles will love the wines tapped straight from the huge barrels that line the central galley in Vintry Kitchen.

The Telegraph | December 2018

The interiors take their inspiration from the hotel’s local heritage. Throughout the 92 rooms and suites décor is a blend of bespoke fabrics, from velvet curtains to leather door handles, with details such as historic navigation maps and palm leaf wall coverings.

Qantas Travel Insider | December 2018

A few blocks back from the Thames and walking distance to St Paul’s and Borough Market, it’s hard to find a more central location in London.

Evening Standard | November 2018

Nestled in the heart of London along a narrow street, you’ll find our capital’s newest luxury boutique hotel. The 92 bespoke rooms and suites draw interior inspiration from the historic trading guilds of the City of London and create a unique hideaway in the bustling borough.

Business Traveller | September 2018

The name of this hotel was inspired by the City of London’s medieval trading guilds. Vintry & Mercer packages that sense of history with a contemporary look and high standards of comfort throughout its 92 rooms.

You Magazine | August 2018

In guest rooms, dressing areas are a modern play on a deconstructed travel trunk, featuring textured oak veneers with brass mesh insert panels, metal stud detailing and a plush palm print.

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