The Hythe Imperial Hotel, formerly a Mercure site, is placed In a spectacular setting right on the seafront of one of Kent’s most elegant resorts, with the landmark Hythe Imperial hotel is one of the luxury hotels in the area.
The Hythe Imperial is a stylish and grand Victorian hotel set in formal gardens with panoramic views over the English Channel. It has recently undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment – and in pride of place is the tallest chandelier in Europe, created by Royal Warrant holders Wilkinson and Co – a stunning confection of 25,000 individual crystals. The public spaces are chic and contemporary while retaining the high level of comfort demanded by today’s discerning guests. All the 92 bedrooms and suites are different and range from spacious and decadent; intimate and cosy; sea view or garden view; cottage style suites and family rooms.
Top of the range is the Belcourt Suite – the choice of many bridal couples and VIP guests – which is right at the top of the hotel and gives spectacular 180-degree uninterrupted views of the sea. Live music events, private parties and wedding receptions are held in the impressive Imperial Ballroom, the walls lined with mirrors and with full length windows giving views over the lawns and the sea. It’s as stunning in daylight as it is twinkly with the candlelight in the evening.
For those who like to enjoy a quiet drink, the hotel has the only Moet & Chandon Champagne Bar in the south east outside London. If you are looking for a sophisticated and glamorous venue to hire for any event or function, the award winning Hythe Imperial should be first on your list.
With numerous eateries on site, including the AA Rosette Coast restaurant, there is a variety of choice and culinary delights to appease the most discerning palate. Make an enquiry today with KentVenues.co.uk.
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