Our expertise in the Leisure Sector
Keeping people and goods moving in a wide range of leisure industry premises
Even in leisure, we're all in a hurry. With substantial and continuous footfall, lifts and escalators that provide access to leisure facilities are in constant demand.
Our elevator installations are in sports arenas and centres, theatres, cinemas, hotels, restaurants, pubs and clubs all over the UK. Busy kitchens rely on our service lifts, or dumbwaiters, and workhorses are providing essential customer-service in thousands of catering venues, all day, every day. Vistors can gain easy access to family attractions, museums and restaurants using our platform lifts and passenger lifts, ensuring everyone is welcome - all with the flexibility to style the lifts with the building interior.
Installations and maintenance in the public domain needs careful planning and planned execution to ensure access is always maintained. We can work around your opening times to minimise disruption.
Regular maintenance is essential in a demanding leisure industry and that is why our lift engineers are never far away. For restaurant chains we can offer a national contract to ensure your lift portfolio right across the UK is locally serviced and kept in tip top condition. We know our lifts are relied on, so you can rely on us to keep them in good working order 24/7, every single day of the year.
Contact us to discuss your requirements – we know we can help.
Our latest news...
Stannah resurrects a 1930s passenger lift in YMCA’s The Bristol Wing
Stannah updates an historic passenger lift whilst conserving its yesteryear veneer – boosting access in the transformation of the Grade II-listed Bristol Police HQ into the YMCA’s The Bristol Wing.Read more
Showtime for Stannah at the Facilities Event 2018
The much-anticipated Facilities Event is now in full swing at Birmingham’s NEC, for the first day of the three-day show.Read more
Stannah are on the road to three important shows this year. First up the Facilities Management Show at the NEC 10-12 April 2018. Offload your lift portfolio problems on Stand FM66 - Stannah can always…Read more
Huzzah! Stannah lift spurs access in Tudor Museum
A Stannah External Midilift SL platform lift boosts access in Grade II* Maidstone Museum.Read more
Stannah passenger/goods lifts remaster access and goods movement in massive regeneration of EMI’s The Old Vinyl Factory
A triplex of customised Stannah lifts are delivering vital office access and goods movement in the Record Store - former record-pressing factory and part of the £250m regeneration of The Old Vinyl…Read more
Stannah passenger lifts defend access in National Army Museum refurbishment
Two Stannah passenger lifts installed as part of the recent £multi-million redevelopment of the National Army Museum in Chelsea, London.Read more
Stannah: Committed to Continuing Professional Development
Stannah sponsors CPD 17 2017: Specifying lifts in commercial buildings – an online learning module for architects and specifiers that explains the most important accessibility requirements and design…Read more
Stannah Upholds Independence in NEW RIBA Architectural Centre
A Stannah Piccolo was the lift of choice in RIBA North, the Royal Institute of British Architects’ new national architecture centre on the Liverpool Waterfront.Read more
Stannah Passenger Lift Powers Access to Luton Culture
Wardown House Museum & Gallery, in Luton, Bedfordshire, has flung its doors wide to visitors of all mobilities – including wheelchair-users – thanks to a Stannah Maxilift MRLi (motor room-less)…Read more
Stannahsaur Sighting in W1 Hotel!
In 1988, a Stannah Piccolo passenger lift went on a working holiday to the charming Hotel La Place in Marylebone.Read more
Stannah Dishes up the Goods in Wetherspoons
Running a Wetherspoon pub is thirsty work, but a Stannah Goodsmaster CD Plus goods attendant lift makes light work of it.Read more
Stannah’s NEW Microlift Evo: a Prinny-approved not-so-dumb waiter?
Stannah’s Microlift Evo adds to The Charm, a plush, 19th century boutique hotel in Brighton’s Kemptown.Read more