Our bespoke lifts are to be found in hotels, castles, rooftop extensions, private yachts and listed buildings all over Ireland. We have a range of stunning finishes, including all glass and circular lifts. Would you like to request a brochure?
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Our Bespoke Lifts Collection
Premier Lifts take a personal approach to each project. From bespoke technical drawings to swift and tidy installation we strive to ensure that all your requirements and ideas are reflected in the finished product. Contact us today for a brochure, or a site visit from one of our elevation experts.
What We Do
Glass & Scenic Lifts
Whether your needs are for mobility, rooftop access or part of a new build, we have years of experience to help ensure you get the very best for your budget.
Latest Case Studies
This epic project for Royal Britannia’s MV Fingal was to help deliver Britain’s first “Boatique Hotel”. The MV Fingal was commissioned in 1963, and was renamed the MV Windsor in 2000. The interiors are high-end, Art Deco-inspired, with glass pillars, curvaceous wood panelling and gold ceilings. A bespoke, curved class lift was in order.
Enda’s Home Lift Story: “Our home at that time was totally unsuitable for someone in a wheelchair, we had to start looking for somewhere appropriate. When eventually we found a possible house, it was still a two story, so we made the decision to install a lift. We felt that a lift was less intrusive than stair lift options.” Read more of Enda’s interview below.
Hotel Lifts Case Study: The award winning, five-star hotel at Muckross Park, Killarney, chose Premier to help them adapt their lobby steps. The hotel wanted to ensure the highest levels of ease and comfort for guests with mobility issues, and so Premier was the ideal choice, for an energy efficient hotel platform lift, customised to their needs.
Premier Lifts was called upon to work on a fascinating project in Doneraile, County Cork, the restoration of a ruined five story Norman castle. The castle was built around 1380. A private owner acquired the building in 2012, and began the painstaking process of gaining planning approval for an ambitious restoration.