Hilton Garden Inn opens 1,000th property, eyes Apac expansion
There are currently 76 Hilton Garden Inn properties across Apac, with the brand receiving over 2.5 million customers this year. Heading into 2024, the company is readied to even more expand in Apac, with around 150 upcoming properties in the region. Hilton says over 40% of its general pipe rests in Apac.
Hilton Garden Inn is set to expand its visibility in the Asia-Pacific area with upcoming properties like Hilton Garden Inn Kunming Dianchi in Yunnan, China; Hilton Garden Inn Busselton in Western Australia; and Hilton Garden Inn Bangkok in Thailand.
” As we register our 1,000 th global estate milestone, Hilton Garden Inn is charting a strong course in Apac, guide by an ongoing renewal of traveling and the value-driven preferences of an expanding middle-class sector,” says Clarence Tan, top vice head of state, property development, Asia Pacific.
Hilton Garden Inn, a company within Hilton’s portfolio, uses elegant and economical accommodations with modern services for business and leisure tourists. It is the second-largest company in Hilton’s portfolio by the variety of hotels, following Hampton by Hilton. Hilton’s varied portfolio consists of 22 brands, such as Waldorf Astoria Hotels and Resorts, Conrad Hotels, DoubleTree by Hilton, and Tempo by Hilton.
This includes new properties in Asia Pacific (Apac), including Hilton Garden Inn’s initial real estate in Beijing, China, Hilton Garden Inn Beijing Haidian Daoxiang Lake and Hilton Garden Inn Da Nang in Vietnam. Last year, the brand marked its access into the Japanese market by opening the Hilton Garden Inn Kyoto Shijo Karasuma.
Hilton Garden Inn, a brand inside the Hilton global hospitality business, has actually opened its newest commercial property, Hilton Garden Inn San Jose Airport City Shopping Mall, in Costa Rica. In a Dec 11 announcement, Hilton says the hotel denotes the company’s 1,000 th estate, topping off a year of “remarkable global development”.
Hilton Garden Inn is a brand following Hilton’s umbrella of properties that provides business and recreation travellers “high end, cost effective holiday accommodations and modern features”. In regards to number of resorts, It is Hilton’s second-largest brand after Hampton by Hilton. Hilton has a profile of 22 brands, that include Waldorf Astoria Hotels and Resorts, Conrad Hotels, Doubletree by Hilton and Tempo by Hilton.
Tan adds: “With the launch of our new regional prototype and the ramp-up of franchising in markets such as China, Thailand and Australia, we are confident about the company’s growth momentum and expect establishing brand-new standards for visitor complete satisfaction and owner worth in this dynamic region.”