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At the popular DoubleTree Hilton in Bath, the hotel underwent a redesign, with a renovation and remodelling of the architecture and interiors. Part of the redevelopment was to attract passers-by into the restaurant and bar, as the hotel could sometimes be overshadowed by the beautiful historic buildings nearby, that Bath is famed for.
A full refurbishment of all guestrooms and public areas was completed, as well as the addition of a ‘secret garden’. This new space is a botanical tea room which overlooks the Pulteney Bridge and River Avon, and boasts an external terrace featuring suspended foliage. Inspiration was drawn from Jane Austin, one of Bath’s most-famous residents for part of her life, which influenced many of the design features. This included the ‘Emma’ restaurant, taking the name of one of her most-loved novels.