Major renovation projects, which have seen brand new restaurants added to three of Valor Hospitality Europe’s Hilton Garden Inn hotels, are now complete.
The Hilton Garden Inn Bristol City Centre was the first of the three to unveil its new look reception, restaurant, bar and terrace areas while the Hilton Garden Inn hotel at Birmingham Brindleyplace completed soon after. The refurbishment programme at the Glasgow City Centre hotel is now also complete, ready for the city’s summer visitors.
All three of the hotels are now home to a new space, known as Recess, where guests can eat, drink and socialise any way they wish from day to night. The design is open plan with existing barriers and partitions between the restaurants and bars now removed, giving guests the flexibility to dine and enjoy a drink anywhere in the space.
Interior design specialists ABDA Creative Design and Build were behind the new look at the hotels, with the theme inspired by contemporary restaurants and bars with an artisan feel.
Raw steel finishes, timber wall cladding and exposed filament light fittings have been used throughout to give a modern, industrial aesthetic while terrariums, deep green fabrics and cushioned lounge seating create a more comfortable feel.
Managing director of Valor Hospitality Europe, Brian McCarthy, said: “Whether someone is staying at our hotels overnight, there for a business meeting or they’ve just come for a bite to eat, we want them to have the best experience possible. That’s why we’re investing in all 17 of our properties so that we can give can continue to deliver exceptional service in high quality surroundings.
“Now that the work at the Hilton Garden Inns is complete, guests can expect a stunning, contemporary new look with a wide range of fresh food choices at Recess.”
Valor Hospitality Europe has been operational in the UK for 18 months and manages 17 properties in its UK portfolio on behalf of investment vehicles affiliated with MCAP Global Finance Ltd.