Hilton has moved its Asia-Pacific headquarters to Centennial Tower, adjacent to Millenia Walk and in the same integrated development as Hilton’s Conrad Centennial Singapore in the city’s CBD.
The new, custom-built office space spans three floors, and boasts a new façade, ocean views, spacious communal areas and meeting facilities with up-to-date technology.
From the new headquarters, Hilton manages its five subregions of Asia-Pacific, from India to Japan, China and Australasia. Centennial Tower is also home to the company’s South-east Asia office.
Alan Watts, president, Asia Pacific, Hilton, said the move creates a more “inspirational and inclusive environment” for team members.
The relocation comes amid a period of rapid growth for the company, which celebrates its 100th anniversary in May 2019.
Having doubled its footprint in Asia-Pacific in recent years, Hilton now has more than 750 hotels open and under development in the region, and for the first time will open more than 100 hotels a year in 2019.