Irish family-owned hotel group the Doyle Collection is marking its 50th anniversary with a brand relaunch and a $228 million upgrade at several of its hotels.
The collection, which comprises eight properties in London, Dublin, Cork, Bristol and Washington, D.C., is putting the final touches on the seven-year renovation project.
Highlights include remodeled suites, Town House restaurant and K Bar at the Kensington, and all-day dining at the Dalloway Terrace at the Bloomsbury, both in London, as well as new meeting facilities at the River Lee in Cork.
The collection also divided its into two groups, “luxury” and “urban,” to more clearly define the brand.
The luxury hotels are: the Westbury, Dublin; the Kensington, London; the Marylebone, London; the Bloomsbury, London; and the Dupont Circle, Washington.
The urban hotels are: the River Lee, Cork; the Bristol; and the Croke Park, Dublin.
A revamped website showcases new logos and design elements, as does this video on YouTube.
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