Junson Capital has appointed Colliers International's Hospitality Asset Management division to manage the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London.
The Hong Kong-based investment company acquired the 378-bedroom hotel in London's Docklands last year in what was believed to be one of the largest hotel transactions in the capital following the Brexit vote and its first foray into the UK hotel market. Junson is believed to have paid private equity firm HIG around £80m for the property. Colliers advised Junson on the acquisition.
Colliers International's Hospitality Asset Management will provide all future hospitality asset management services at the property, which will be one of 25 other Hilton hotels it manages.
Allan Davidson, director in Colliers International's Hospitality Asset Management division, said: "This latest instruction is a continuation of the services that Colliers provides for Junson Capital."
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