The Millennium Hotel in Mayfair will reopen in Spring as The Biltmore and part of Hilton’s LXR brand. The luxury hotel closed in July 2018 for a 50 million pound renovation project with designers Goddard Littlefair appointed to revamp its 257 rooms and 51 suites. Goddard previously worked on Gleneagles in Aucheterader, Perthshire, and the Principal York.
Hilton has signed a third party long term management agreement with building owners Millennium and Copthorne Hotels. The hotel will be managed and operated under the Hilton LXR brand (Hilton Honors).
Patrick Fitzgibbon, Hilton’s Senior Vice President, Development EMEA, said: “LXR is designed to bring together the best of luxury in global destinations. The Biltmore, Mayfair is a stunning addition to the new collection and prestigious extension to Hilton’s growing luxury portfolio in London.”
A spokesperson for Millennium said: “This association will position The Biltmore, Mayfair as a key luxury destination, with access to the powerful reservation engine of Hilton, its active loyalty programme members and its experience with luxury operations, all of which will help the hotel to ramp up and stabilise its performance as quickly as possible”
Hilton has a portfolio of 16 brands comprising more than 5,500 properties in 109 countries. Millennium & Copthorne Hotels owns and manages more 130 hotels, across four brands: Leng’s Collection, M Collection, Millennium Collection and Copthorne Collection.
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