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New designs revealed for Silverstone race circuit hotel

Property development, hospitality and management group, Bricks Capital, has revealed a series of enhancements to the exterior design of its new 197-room hotel at the iconic Silverstone race circuit, which is set to be managed by Hilton under the Hilton Garden Inn brand.

The updates to the building’s design come after proposals for the hotel received outline planning approval earlier this month as part of an overall masterplan for the race circuit. The design changes, which aim to enhance the overall visual appearance of hotel, are as follows:​

Additional balconies have been added to the full length of track side elevation allowing for improved spectator experience and track-side viewing

Additional windows and champagne colour cladding have been added to the gable elevations of the building

Enhanced, linear sill detail has been added to the entrance elevation to further enrich a linear nature of the building and improve its stylistic appearance

LED strip lighting has been added below the new sill detail to animate the elevation at night time

Upon completion, the hotel will be managed by Hilton and overlook the starting grid at Silverstone, which hosts the Formula One British Grand Prix. The hotel will include a reception and lobby area, alongside a coffee shop, fitness suite, rooftop bar and restaurant, across five-floors.

The hotel will also have direct access, via a cross-circuit footbridge, to the 3,000-capacity, 12,500 sqm Silverstone Wing Conference Centre, and a further restaurant and coffee shop.

The hotel is scheduled to open in 2020.
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