The Morrison Dublin, Curio Collection by Hilton, has announced the completion of a two-year refurbishment project.
Dublin’s most recent five-star hotel has also been rebranded under the Curio Collection by Hilton.
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The Morrison was the first hotel in Ireland to join the Curio Collection by Hilton.
This rebrand has now been enhanced by an extensive refurbishment throughout the reception areas and rooms.
Its owners say that a strong emphasis has been placed on the hotel’s artistic vibe and ‘rock ’n’ roll character.’
Famous Irish song lyrics still adorn the bedroom walls, along with new Irish art, furnishings, and contemporary decor.
Under new ownership since 2021, a recent investment of €5 million was put into the hotel, guided by the award-winning interiors expertise of NODA (Nikki O’Donnell Architects), with art curated by Art Loves.
The multimillion-euro project saw the hotel undergo a complete overhaul – from the lobby and reception area through to the Halo Restaurant and up through all 145 hotel bedrooms and public areas – and it includes new floors, furniture, decor, panelling and lighting throughout.
The bedrooms were the last to be finished, and completely redecorated with stylish new bathrooms.
The multimillion-euro project was carefully managed, with the hotel staying open throughout the refurbishment.
“We’re very excited about this next chapter for the Morrison Dublin,” said Patrick Joyce, hotel director.
“It’s been a lot of work, but we feel that the hotel has never looked better, and we’re just as proud of the level of hospitality we offer.”