Hilton, Dominvs Group to open 4 UK hotels

The first Motto is expected to open next year. Photo credit: Dominvs Group

Hilton has signed an agreement to extend its partnership with real estate and private equity company Dominvs Group to four new hotels in London and Bath, including the first property under Hilton's Motto brand.

“London was a natural choice for one of our first Motto by Hilton hotels,” said Tripp McLaughlin, global head, Motto by Hilton last year. “In prime central London space is at a premium and Motto’s competitive advantage includes efficient build costs; highly engineered, flexible guestrooms and multiple revenue opportunities in the public spaces, making it a compelling brand for owners seeking premium returns.”

The first Motto is expected to open next year.

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The agreement also includes St Paul’s Creed Court Hotel (part of Hilton's Curio Collection), the Hampton by Hilton London City and the Hampton by Hilton Bath.

St Paul’s Creed Court already is under construction. When it opens in 2022, the hotel will have 145 rooms. The 120-room Hampton, meanwhile, is due to open in 2021 as a conversion from an existing property, while the Hampton, due to open in 2022, is a new-build hotel and will have 206 rooms. 

Combined, the properties have more than 400 guestrooms. Hilton currently has 145 properties across the U.K., and has more than 35 in the pipeline in Birmingham, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool and London.

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