Hilton London Wembley opens for business

The Hilton London Wembley today officially opens its doors for business, ten days before the start of the London 2012 Olympics.

Hilton London Wembley opens for business
Hilton London Wembley opens for business

The 361-room hotel, which encompasses a two-floor wall depicting some of next door Wembley Stadium's iconic sporting moments, features a 660-capacity ballroom, ten meeting rooms, a business centre, a boardroom, an executive lounge, a 12m swimming pool and a Living Well Health Club.

The venue, which is located opposite Wembley Stadium, also includes a ninth-floor bar called Sky Bar 9, which has an outdoor terrace that can cater for up to 150 people, and a 280-capacity restaurant called The Association, which will serve British food.

David Horton, Hilton Hotels & Resorts' global head, said, "We are excited about this latest opening for Hilton Hotels & Resorts in London. This uniquely placed hotel couples a stylish and contemporary look, with a sense of quintessential Britishness in the hotel's design."

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