Millennium Hotel London Mayfair is to reopen in spring 2019 under a new guise, as part of a rebrand project with Hilton and Millennium & Copthorne Hotels.
The Biltmore, Mayfair will launch later this year as the first UK property from LXR Hotels & Resorts, marking the start of a new deal between the two hotel brands.
The property has been closed since July 2018 to undergo a multi-million-pound redevelopment, with its new design spearheaded by Goddard Littlefair.
Once open, the Biltmore Mayfair will comprises 257 bedrooms and 51 suites, as well as a host of new culinary concepts, an alfresco terrace, cocktail bar, and large gymtech fitness suite.
In addition, the hotel will showcase a 500 sqm ballroom, and the smaller Waterloo, Manhattan and Kendal Suites.
LXR is a collection of independent hotels distinguished by an ‘unrivalled commitment to personalised attention and luxurious yet locally immersive experiences for guests’.
Last year, the collection launched its first hotel in Dubai at Habtoor Palace, a 234-bedroom luxury hotel situated on Sheikh Zayed Road.
Mr Tan Kian Seng, interim group chief executive officer of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels plc, commented: “We are excited to introduce our flagship hotel, The Biltmore, Mayfair, in conjunction with Hilton’s new luxury collection – LXR Hotels & Resorts. This hotel located on the prestigious Grosvenor Square in Mayfair, has undergone a complete refurbishment. With its prime location, bespoke products, and quintessential services under LXR, The Biltmore, Mayfair will be fit for royalty, well-travelled guests from around the world and senior corporate executives. We look forward to welcoming our first customers in the coming spring.”