Ulster Carpets – Double Tree Hilton Hotel

DoubleTree Hilton Hotel, Burlington Road

Located in Dublin’s cosmopolitan south side, the Burlington Hotel has long been one of the City’s most stylish and prestigious hotels. Ulster Carpets are therefore delighted to have recently been involved in the multi million pound refurbishment of the hotel since its re-brand by DoubleTree Hilton.

Ulster worked closely with Glasgow based interior designers, Cunningham McLean to create over 16,000sq m of bespoke carpet for the entire hotel refurbishment.

Ulster Carpets Burlington Hotel Business Area HR PRINT

The hotel’s business centre and magnificent ballroom, received an abstract touch with a design of blues, greens and browns on a neutral background mimicking brush strokes. This textural, layered effect could only be achieved thanks to Ulster’s unique PSYLO™ technology which allows designers freedom to use up to 25 colours, without the need for a repeating pattern.

Ulster Carpets Burlington Hotel Ballroom

The restaurant’s classical design gave a nod to the hotel’s traditional values, but with a modern twist. A rich tonal palette added depth and movement to the designs creating a warm atmosphere for the hotel diners. Also refurbished were the 501 guestrooms which are popular with business customers and tourists alike. A simple but striking geometric design with greys, greens and subtle yellow tones pulled together the whole interior scheme and created a calming space for customers to relax.

Ulster Carpets Burlington Hotel Restaurant

Ulster has recently completed a project at The Morrison Hotel, Dublin which is now also under the DoubleTree Hilton brand. This represents a long standing relationship between Ulster Carpets and the Hilton Group both within the UK, Ireland and internationally. Ulster Carpets are proud to count hotels such as the Hilton Newark Airport, New Jersey and Hilton Grand Vacations Craigendarroch among their project list.

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  • Rachel Cooper

    I am very interested in the carpet shown in the ballroom, could this be made for a residential home? How much per metre would it cost?