Currently it looks like this is the best option:
From the product description: "When using color CCD or CMOS camera sensors, which are extremely susceptible to UV and IR rays..." Really?!? First time I've heard that... Technically, I suppose it's true...the sensor itself is quite sensitive to IR, although much less so to UV. But...there are two IR cut filters in front of the sensor, which I presume do the job they're supposed to, and I've personally tested UV sensitivity of a 5DII and found it to be basically zero.
Also, although B&H doesn't indicate it, searching the manufacturer number (A82UVIR) elsewhere indicates the filter is part of the HMC line, which isn't the best from Hoya, optically. The Super HMC, Pro1, and HD lines are the ones I'd look at from Hoya, and those are equivalent to the B+W MRC optically, although of them all, the B+W and the Hoya HD are easier to clean than the others.
Heliopan has a good reputation, but I have no personal experience.
Personally, I use an XS-Pro 82mm B+W MRC UV on my 16-35 II. I'm not sure what the mount thickness of the Hoya you linked is, but according to my testing, anything over 5mm thick may vignette on the 16-35L II (on FF).