- 27 guest reviews
"This is the second time staying it's a lovely hotel but it's a bit pricey..."
"A pleasant stay in a well appointed central hotel. Good value and helpful staff. Nice view from room, comfortable and everything you need. G..."
"Enjoyed our two night all staff were very approachable and helpful...."
About the hotel
Situated in the heart of Inveness' vibrant City Centre, Mercure Inverness Hotel boasts a dramatic Highlands backdrop with the Old Town and a thriving selection of shops and nightlife on the doorstep. This modern 3-star hotel is six miles from Loch Ness and 200 metres from Inverness railway station. Complimentary high speed WiFi is available throughout the hotel.
The Brasserie restaurant is open for tempting meals and you can work out in the onsite fitness room. Hold your event or meeting in on
- Disabled Facilities , 24 Hour Reception , Safety Deposit Box , Pets Allowed , Lift to all floors
- Restaurant , Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 12:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are allowed
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67% would recommend it to a friend
Profiting & Racketeering
I due to unforeseen circumstances out with my control, had to make a late booking in this hotel.
The charge for one nights stay in an average standard room was an exorbitant rate of £299 per night, for room only. Breakfast was an additional charge of £20. When I challenged the desk staff I was told to blame Sir Rod Stewart, to which I pointed out that he did not as far as I am aware set the hotels tariffs. The practice of hiking hotel charges whilst events are taking place in the area is nothing short of racketeering and should be made illegal.
The hotel needs to be closed and completely renovated.
It's tired and sad. I couldn't work out if the bathrooms date from the 80s or 70s. Either way, yuck. A quirk of my room was that when taking a (shallow) bath, a pipe somewhere leaked water into the carpet in the hallway which meant I was walking barefoot through soaked old carpet.
Staff were excellent though - the night porter, the pleasant morning receptionist. It is the investment in the hotel that is letting this thing down.