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Imago Conference Centre area at Holywell Park

Case Study: Holywell Park

Holywell Park is a very busy conference centre owned by Imago Venues in Loughborough, a long-standing client of Chrysalis. Having fully refurbished Imago’s 96-bedroom Link Hotel, in addition to designing and refurbishing...

Silver Brushed Steel Bar Counter with Brass Overhanging Lights

Case Study: Primitivo Bar & Eatery

Considered one of Birmingham’s hidden gems, Primitivo had to close its doors to the Colmore Business District due to building works being carried out around the establishment. Making good use ...

The Museum Hotel - Fireplace Detail

Case Study: The Museum Hotel

The Museum Hotel is a high-quality boutique hotel in the heart of historic Oxford on the busy street of St Aldates. As a new hotel, Chrysalis was contracted to complete a conversion project on the interior of this 16th century building....

Hotel Stay Scenarios Based on Emotional Design

Hotel Stay Scenarios Based on Emotional Design

Staying in a hotel, even as a business visitor is more than just having a warm place to rest your head. A hotel stay is an experience, an adventure, and can draw a range of emotions from its guests...

Hotel Technology

Cutting Edge Hotel Technology – A Growing Trend?

Technology has grown to play a major role in our lives – could you imagine not being able to browse the Internet on your smartphone? Naturally, its reach has spread significantly in the hospitality sector...

Designing a Hotel for a Good Night's Sleep

Designing a Hotel for a Good Night’s Sleep

Comfort is always at the top of our list during the early stages of refurbishment, and whatever the clients’ needs are, we are here to ensure that each room encourages relaxation and a sense of ease. Our team of design experts are well-versed in creating...

Successful Hotel Refurbishment Guide

A Client’s Guide to a Successful Hotel Refurbishment: Part 1

Poor planning always shows – especially in a process as extensive as a refurbishment. Whether it’s reflected in the overall quality of the finish or the unaccounted additional time it takes for the project to be completed, the lack of a good plan usually leads...