14 MARCH 2011

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Article from BTNews 14 MARCH 2011

Waldorf Astoria opens near Heathrow

Syon Park, half way between Heathrow and central London (it is seven miles to T5 and the same distance to Hyde Park Corner) is the historical location of a brand new Waldorf Astoria which opened last week in west London.

With just 137 guest rooms the hotel brings together a modern luxury hotel experience and the heritage of a Grade I listed building.  Set in 200 acres of beautiful parkland (owned by the Duchy of Northumberland for the past 400 years and to this day) the property provides a tranquil country retreat in the very heart of the London conurbation.

Waldorf Astoria says it is a fitting addition to a very select group of just 20 hotels around the world every one with its own story and identity and each inspired by the level of service that defined the legendary Waldorf-Astoria New York.  Further additions will appear in Berlin later this year and Jerusalem in 2012. www.waldorfastoria.com. www.londonsyonpark.com

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