Two London Mint Hotels reband to DoubleTree by Hilton Hotels

Two London Mint-branded hotels have been converted into DoubleTree by Hilton brand hotels: DoubleTree by Hilton London-Tower of London and DoubleTree by Hilton London-Westminster (pictured).
In September, Blackstone Group paid £600m for the UK Mint Hotels brand. Blackstone owns the Hilton International chain and wants to reposition Mint hotels within its Double Tree by Hilton and Hilton Garden Inn brands.
The hotels are two of eight Mint Hotels across the Netherlands and the UK joining the Hilton Worldwide portfolio of hotels under the DoubleTree by Hilton and Hilton Garden Inn brand names during the coming months. These two rebrands are the 11th and 12th hotels in the UK to join under the rebranding scheme to date.
A fast-track transition programme will see the remaining five Mint Hotel properties rebranded and fully integrated into the Hilton Worldwide systems by early 2012.
“The dynamic European growth of DoubleTree by Hilton, with more than 25 hotels opened since 2008 and 25 additional hotels under development across the region, indicates remarkable promise for the brand as we enter 2012,” Area President of Europe at Hilton Worldwide, Simon Vincent, said. “With more than 220 hotels open and 110 hotel development projects currently underway in Europe, the potential for travelling consumers and hotel developers alike to enjoy and explore the Hilton Worldwide portfolio has never been greater.”
The 583-room DoubleTree by Hilton London-Tower of London is positioned in the heart of The City near the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. Located adjacent to the Tate Britain museum, the 460-room DoubleTree by Hilton London-Westminster is within walking distance of the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye.
For meetings, conferences and events, DoubleTree by Hilton locations at Tower of London and Westminster’s meeting rooms throughout the hotels have been designed for productivity, technology and spatial orientation, with natural daylight from floor-to-ceiling windows, soundproofed walls, complimentary wireless, high-speed internet access and an iMac for use in each room.
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