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Aluminium fenestration transforms Doncaster Racecourse hotel

The new Hilton Garden Inn Hotel features curtain walling, window inserts and doors by Senior Architectural Systems

In association with
Senior Architectural Systems' aluminium doors and windows at the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel, Doncaster.
Senior Architectural Systems' aluminium doors and windows at the Hilton Garden Inn Hotel, Doncaster.

Senior Architectural Systems has supplied the full aluminium fenestration package for the new Hilton Garden Inn hotel at Doncaster Racecourse.

Designed by KKA Architecture, the new hotel features Senior’s slimline aluminium curtain walling, thermally efficient windows and commercial doors, all installed by supply chain partner Danum Windows for construction firm Galliford Try.

The new hotel overlooks Doncaster’s iconic racecourse, home of the St Leger stakes, and offers luxury accommodation and exceptional views of the surrounding scenery. Senior’s SF52 aluminium curtain wall system and SPW600 aluminium window inserts help create a bright and welcoming interior and will provide vantage points for viewing the sporting action once the public is allowed to return to racing venues.

Senior’s SPW501 aluminium doors provide access to the private balconies overlooking the racecourse, with the manufacturer’s automatic SD aluminium commercial doors providing safe and secure access to the main entrance and reception areas.

  • Hilton Garden Inn Hotel has 154 rooms, many with racecourse views.
    Hilton Garden Inn Hotel has 154 rooms, many with racecourse views.
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