Hilton further grows luxury portfolio in Asia-Pacific

Hilton has announced six landmark signings in Asia-Pacific across its portfolio of luxury brands in the year to date.

With the signing of Waldorf Astoria Xi’an, Waldorf Astoria Shanghai Qiantan, Waldorf Astoria Kuala Lumpur, Waldorf Astoria Sydney, Conrad Nagoya, and an LXR Hotels & Resorts property in Bali, Hilton’s pipeline of luxury hotels in the region increases to 20.

The all-villa resort, LXR Bali, will open in 2023

Nils-Arne Schroeder, vice president, luxury, Asia Pacific, Hilton, said: “With more destinations in Asia-Pacific becoming increasingly attractive to luxury travellers today, we are seeing a growing demand for our brands which are known globally for providing unforgettable stays, delivered with unrivalled hospitality and intuitive, personalised service.”

When open, Waldorf Astoria Xi’an will be one of the tallest buildings in the ancient Chinese capital of 13 dynasties, while Waldorf Astoria Shanghai Qiantan will be the city’s second Waldorf Astoria hotel.

Waldorf Astoria Kuala Lumpur and Waldorf Astoria Jakarta are set to open in 2024. They mark the brand’s entry into Malaysia and Indonesia.

The Waldorf Astoria brand will be introduced to Japan and Australia with Waldorf Astoria Osaka in 2025 and Waldorf Astoria Sydney in 2026, doubling the brand’s presence in Asia-Pacific over the next five years.

To open in 2023 is Conrad Kuala Lumpur, the brand’s debut in Malaysia, and in 2026, Nagoya will launch its first Conrad hotel, Conrad Nagoya.

The first LXR-branded resort in South-east Asia will open in Bali next year and feature 72 villas in the resort.

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