A Hilton Garden Inn venue has just opened close to Heathrow Airport, in the wake of a rebrand for the building the hotel is based in.
It's the third rebrand under a Hilton Worldwide and Jurys Inn franchise agreement.
The newly opened venue, managed and owned by Jurys Inn, includes flexible meeting space stretching across over 176 square meters, as well as seven meeting rooms and 364 guest rooms. It is based under two kilometres from Terminal 4 of Heathrow.
All the public parts of the hotel, and every one of its guest rooms, have been redesigned from their state before the rebrand, at a cost of some £5 million.
Guest rooms feature Hilton Garden Inn signature bedding, desks and ergonomic chairs, coffee and tea making facilities and mini fridges.
The hotel is close to Hatton Cross, a station only a single tube stop away from Terminals one, two and three. Terminals four and five can be reached in two stops from the same station.
There's a fitness centre and free Wi-Fi at the hotel, as well as a Pavillion Pantry snack room and The Garden Grille and Bar, a restaurant.
"We are delighted to announce the rebrand of our Heathrow Jurys Inn hotel under the Hilton Garden Inn brand. With our hotel's prime location within easy reach of the UK's largest airport; we look forward to continuing to provide an extended international customer base with our stand-out customer service," commented Jurys Inn chief executive officer, John Brennan.
Recently, another new hotel came to London, in the shape of Motel One, which is located on Minories Road and features 291 guest rooms. This venue opened its doors on December 1st.