Christmas Case Study – Hilton Hotel Heathrow Terminal 4, Ambius

on Monday, 11 November 2019. Posted in News

With entry deadlines soon to be announced, you'll all be thinking about which installations and maintenance projects you'll be entering in next year's Leaf Awards. So we thought it was a good time to remind you of some of this year's Gold Award winners.

This month we will be featuring Design and Installation Awards for Christmas installations. Topical! This first one is by Ambius for their installation at the Hilton Hotel Heathroow Terminal 4 last year.

Tree close up

General information
The client increased their contract value to add even more Christmas items to the site. With a large number of hotel and business guests passing through the hotel over the Christmas period, they wanted to ensure a festive feel to all of their guests and colleagues alike.

 

Adding more garlands to cover all the link bridges within the hotel as well as the addition of an extra tree and poinsettias on the tables in both the bar and executive lounge, we ensured that whatever the reason for any of their client's visits, there would be a magical Christmas feel to the hotel.

Bridges

More garlands

Installation
93 + a number of table plants

Poinsettias

Plain garlands and lights on link bridges

Bird eye view


1x 15ft, 1x 10ft and 1x 7ft red and gold tree on reception

Reception


2x cone trees with red and gold decorations in the revolving doors

Doors

Lights on the plants outside the front entrance
3x 10ft red and gold trees in bar/restaurant/cafe area

Assembling the tree


1x 10ft and 4x 7ft silver trees in conference areas

Conference suite


Approximately 72 mini poinsettias for tables

Hilton Cafe area

 

Comment
This was very much a team effort to get all the items installed and looking great, whilst ensuring that we left the customer with a stress-free Christmas and a venue that looked great.

Reception and bridges

The hotel felt warm and festive from the moment that anyone walked in, which came teamed with their scenting contract being changed to the Christmassy mulled spices.