The Doyle Collection, the Irish, family-owned hotel group, has completed a brand “transformation” and a Euro 200 million investment programme. The Doyle Collection has eight hotels in London, Dublin, Cork, Washington and Bristol, and during 2015 and 2016 completed several major projects with the hotels receiving new restaurants and bars along with upgraded rooms and suites.
The five ‘Luxury’ hotels within the group are The Westbury, Dublin; The Kensington, London; The Marylebone, London, The Bloomsbury, London and The Dupont Circle, Washington DC.
At The Kensington property the lobby, drawing room, launch of Town House restaurant and The K-bar have been completed, with the suites remodelled and the new look Brompton Suite – launching this summer having a more contemporary look and feel.
The Bloomsbury property has launched its Dalloway Terrace, while in Washington DC, The Dupont Circle’s meetings and events space were refurbished.
In Dublin, The Grafton Suite is now the city’s best event space, and the launch of Balfes brasserie and bar at The Westbury has been a tremendous success with locals and travellers. Summer 2015, saw the unveiling of The London Suites at The Marylebone, after a successful launch of 108 Brasserie, Bar and Pantry.
The Doyle Collection’s three other hotels are The River Lee, Cork; The Bristol, Bristol and The Croke Park, Dublin.
The group has also unveiled plans for further expenditure at The Bloomsbury and The Dupont Circle, with architecture and design being overseen by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio.