Hilton has rebranded its Doubletree by Hilton London Westminster property under the group’s Curio Collection portfolio.
Located on John Islip Street around a mile from London Victoria station, the hotel has been reflagged and is now known as The Westminster London, following “a multi-million-pound” conversion programme.
Features include 464 rooms and suites across eight categories, with floor-to-ceiling windows, striking wall prints, mood lighting, 50-inch TVs, nespresso machines and “giant high-pressure rainfall showers”.
Food and beverage options include STK Steakhouse with its own bowling alley, and Bao Yum Café, serving “fluffy steamed bao buns and Taiwanese small plates” to dine-in or takeaway.
Other facilities include a 13th floor fitness centre with views of the River Thames, and five meeting rooms accommodating up to 115 guests.
The Westminster London is the fifth Curio Collection property in London, joining The Trafalgar St James, 100 Queen’s Gate, Lincoln Plaza and Hart Shoreditch.
For Tried and Tested reviews of Lincoln Plaza and Hart Shoreditch, see:
- Hotel review: Lincoln Plaza London, Curio Collection by Hilton
- Hotel review: Hart Shoreditch Hotel London, Curio Collection by Hilton
Commenting on the rebranding Matt Williams, general manager of The Westminster London, said:
“We look forward to welcoming our first guests and showcasing our passion for exceptional food, drink and hospitality. As UK and international travellers return to the capital, we are confident we can make a real mark on the London dining scene and we can’t wait to give our guests an unforgettable stay.”