The hotel will become London’s tenth Doubletree by Hilton property and will undergo extensive refurbishment to its 378 guestrooms, reception area, ferry entrance, Terrace Restaurant and all 16 meeting rooms.
Patrick Fitzgibbon, senior vice president, development, Europe & Africa, Hilton Worldwide, said: "The property’s recent sale and lease agreement’s conclusion has created a unique opportunity to redevelop and transition the hotel under our upscale Doubletree by Hilton brand.
"Building on our existing relationship with H.I.G. Capital and following a substantial refurbishment programme, we are looking forward to introducing new guests to Doubletree by Hilton in one of London’s prime business districts."
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