Black and White Hospitality has been appointed to operate the 186-bedroom DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in Birmingham.
The hotel will be the first DoubleTree in the city and see a £25m investment in the Snow Hill area.
The hotel will include a Marco Pierre White branded restaurant called Mr White's English Chophouse, under the operator's franchise agreement with the chef.
Refurbishments to the former Royal Angus hotel on the site are underway, including the addition of two extra floors and a rooftop terrace.
Black and White Hospitality's CEO and chairman Nick Taplin said: "Our track record speaks for itself and we're naturally delighted to add the new DoubleTree by Hilton to the Black and White portfolio.
"We work alongside some of the world's leading brands including the InterContinental Hotels Group, Hilton Worldwide, Wyndham Worldwide and of course Marco Pierre White. We already manage other DoubleTree hotels and know the brand well and is a perfect fit for the expertise we have at Black and White."
Shezan Aslam, hotels managing director, added: "The arrival of the DoubleTree brand is hugely exciting news for Birmingham and is exactly what the city needs from both a business and tourist destination perspective. It's regarded as being one of the world's best four-star brands.
"Its location, which is close to the business district, means it is perfect for business people needing somewhere for meetings and to have a Marco Pierre White venue also on site also gives the venue added kudos for those looking for somewhere to stay and eat when visiting the city."