Iconic Luxury Hotels has announced plans for its fifth UK property, to be located within a set of seven listed Georgian buildings formerly home to the Hilton London Green Park.

The 172-room Mayfair Townhouse will be situated on Half Moon Street close to Green Park Underground Station, and is scheduled to open in September.

The Hilton London Green Park closed in September 2018, and the property is being gutted and refurbished, with features including a Penthouse suite and Garden suite, as well as The Dandy Bar, gym, and “versatile event spaces”.

Iconic Luxury Hotels was formed in 2016, and the portfolio currently consists of four properties – Cliveden House, Chewton Glen, Lygon Arms and 11 Cadogan Gardens.

Business Traveller reviewed Chewton Glen in 2017, and The Lygon Arms the following year.

Chelsea hotel 11 Cadogan Gardens recently joined the luxury hotel and restaurant collection Relais and Chateaux as its only London member.

11 Cadogan Gardens joins Relais and Chateaux

Commenting on the news Executive Director Andrew Stembridge said:

“The upcoming launch of The Mayfair Townhouse is a significant moment in the history of Iconic Luxury Hotels. It marks an exciting new chapter for the collection, and we are proud to welcome our second London hotel to further contribute to Iconic Luxury Hotels’ esteemed reputation of Effortless Hospitality, People with Personality, Unique experiences and Iconic Addresses.”