Hilton London Syon Park

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Hilton London Syon Park
The hotel bar
The hotel bar
Hilton London Syon Park is located in Greater London
Hilton London Syon Park
Hilton London Syon Park
Location within Greater London
Hotel chainHilton Hotels & Resorts
General information
AddressPark Road
Town or cityBrentford TW8 8JF
CountryUnited Kingdom
Coordinates51°28′46″N 0°18′56″W / 51.479369°N 0.315480°W / 51.479369; -0.315480Coordinates: 51°28′46″N 0°18′56″W / 51.479369°N 0.315480°W / 51.479369; -0.315480
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OwnerHilton Worldwide
Other information
Number of rooms187
Official website

The Hilton London Syon Park, formerly the Waldorf Astoria Syon Park,[1][2] is a hotel in the grounds of Syon Park, the Duke of Northumberland’s London residence. The hotel was designed by Ettwein Bridges Architects and landscape concept was devised by Kim Wilkie. The hotel stands on the former working area of the Estate and several thousand new trees were planted as part of the scheme. The Duke, keen to generate income, has heavily commercialised his estate: in addition to the hotel, the grounds include a garden centre, and the house and gardens are run as visitor attractions.[citation needed]


  1. "Hilton London Syon Park reviewed, with photos". Head for Points.
  2. Graham Smith. "London Syon Park no longer a Waldorf Astoria hotel - Business Traveller". businesstraveller.com.

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