London Syon Park has been downgraded from a Waldorf Astoria hotel to a Hilton Hotels and Resorts property.
The 151-room hotel opened as part of Hilton's luxury Wardorf Astoria portfolio in March 2011, but was recently rechristened Hilton London Syon Park.
It is set within historic Syon Park in West London and is located across the River Thames from Kew Gardens, close to the A4 and around 20 minutes from Heathrow airport. Features include a spa, a 24-hour gym, an indoor swimming pool, seven conference and event spaces, a restaurant and a lounge.
A Hilton Worldwide spokesperson said: "London Syon Park has been rebranded to our upscale Hilton Hotels & Resorts portfolio.
"Having operated the property since March 2011, we've mutually agreed with our owner that the new positioning will be the best fit for the local market.
"At the same time we remain focused on our luxury portfolio, committed to growing our presence and recognition as one of the fastest growing, most innovative luxury hotel operators in the world."
To read a review of London Syon Park when it was a Waldorf Astoria hotel, click here.
Report by Graham Smith