Hilton Hotels to Reach New Tally of Infrastructure with 120 New Deals
Last updated on August 19th, 2019
Not many hotels have earned fame in the hospitality industry like the Hilton hotels. In a bid to further expand its infrastructure, Hilton group of hotels has endorsed 120 new hotels in Asia-Pacific region in the first six months of 2019.
With this deal, the famed hospitality group has tallied up its total infrastructure to 845 comprising of both running and under construction hotels across the entire Asia-Pacific region. The group has also endorsed deals to build new Conrad property in Urumqi, China and to construct three new Canopy by Hilton properties in Bangkok, Guangzhou and Hangzhou.
Area president of Asia-Pacific region at Hilton Alan Watts in response to the development of the hotels said, “The continued rise in travel across the region from the growing middle class, coupled with ongoing investment in infrastructure, makes the hotel industry a very attractive investment.”
According to the sources, Hilton Hotels have opened or is bound to open various luxury hotels and resorts in 2019. The endless list of various luxury hotels and resorts comprise of Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi, Conrad Hangzhou and Canopy by Hilton Chengdu City Centre.
Amidst other hotels and resorts that are opened and are expected to be in business by the end of this year are Waldorf Astoria Dubai International Financial Centre, The Biltmore, Mayfair in London, Zemi Beach House Resort and Spa in Anguilla, the Conrad Hangzhou, Conrad Hangzhou Tonglu, Conrad New York Midtown, Conrad Shenyang, Conrad Tianjin, and Conrad Washington, DC.
Earlier, the executive vice president and global head of Hilton’s Luxury and Lifestyle Group, Martin Rinck in a statement said, “Over the next five years, starting with this year’s openings, we will start to see the positive impact of our efforts, and we are confident that our amazing portfolio of properties will reinvent luxury travel for Hilton – and for the entire industry.”
Amidst the various properties of Hilton Hotels that are expected to be in service are two recently signed properties in Melbourne with 641-room Hilton Melbourne Square and 244-room Hilton Melbourne Little Queen Street, one in Hokkaido with Hilton Sapporo Park, and others in four Chinese cities; namely Xi’an, Nanchang, Chengdu and Shenzhen.
It is certainly refreshing to see the improving lifestyle of the hospitality industry with continuous efforts of the Hilton Hotels. Yet, the only certainty as of now is that days of a world-class global lifestyle hospitality industry in Asia-Pacific are not distant.
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