City Inn has rebranded as Mint Hotel in advance of opening two new hotels in prime locations in London and Amsterdam.
Mint Hotel will open a second London property of 583 rooms at the Tower of London, in Pepys Street, on December 20 and is expanding overseas for the first time with a new hotel of 553 rooms opening in Amsterdam in Spring 2011.
The City Inn in Brindley Place will now be known as the Mint Hotel.
Sandy Orr, Executive Chairman and Co-founder Mint Hotel commented: “Our business was created from scratch, it was designed to be a forward-looking, innovative city centre hotel brand.
"Now, with the opening of two new world-class hotels in the most exceptional locations in the City of London and Amsterdam we recognised it was time to give our company the branding it deserved.”
David Orr, Chief Executive and Co-founder added: “We are delighted to rebrand as Mint Hotel in Bristol, Glasgow, Birmingham, London (Westminster), Manchester and Leeds at the same time as unveiling our exceptional new properties at the Tower of London before Christmas and in Amsterdam in the Spring."
With all its properties custom-built, Mint Hotel has been consistently innovative in its hotel designs.
The pioneering SkyLounge concept, originated in Westminster and Manchester and developed in Leeds, animates publicly accessible city roofline with terraces, private dining and meeting rooms and an exclusive destination bar.
The Tower of London SkyLounge will have uninterrupted views of the tower as well as meeting and private dining rooms, extensive roof gardens, all with sensational views and seating areas lined with herbs for the city’s most spectacular al fresco terrace .
Fenchurch Lounge will provide a stylish Lounge Bar for EC3 on the newly pedestrianised Savage Gardens and City Café, overlooking Crutched Friars, brings a large modern British Brassiere style to the Trinity Square area.
As standard in every room, Mint Hotel has a fully functioning iMac with Skype and free satellite TV as well as complimentary video library. All hotels have free to use Wifi throughout.