GREENWICH's newest hotel is just weeks away from opening its doors to the public.
The new 145-room Mercure Greenwich hotel in Catherine Grove will welcome its first guests in November following a total transformation.
The 1930s building was originally a Metropolitan Police section house but had been empty for years until it was purchased by Periquin Ltd, owned by Lady Rona Delves Broughton.
The revamp has seen extensive internal refurbishment and redesign with the addition of two new floors at the top to create penthouse suites overlooking London.
The new four star hotel, where standard room rates start at £139 per night, also has a glamorous bar and restaurant which will both be open to the wider public as well as hotel guests.
Sales and Marketing Manager, Rachel Osborn, said: "We are thrilled to be opening The Mercure London Greenwich Hotel in such a marvellous part of London.
"The hotel design and refurbishment reflects our exceptional surroundings and the team here are ready and looking forward delivering true hospitality to all of our guests."
First Look Inside The New Mercure Greenwich