Hilton Garden Inn is set to triple its portfolio in Greater China, and offer travellers an upcoming expanded network of 135 properties. Focusing on top-tier cities, the brand has 98 hotels in the pipeline, with one in three future openings in this region.
The brand debuted in Shenzhen in 2014 and has since opened 38 hotels across Greater China.
“Every Hilton Garden Inn hotel is powered by Hilton’s solid in-market expertise, robust supply chain and powerful commercial engine including its award-winning guest loyalty program Hilton Honors,” said Jerry Huang, president, development, Greater China & Mongolia, Hilton.
“Its rapid growth is testament to an owner-friendly operating model that delivers robust performance and long-term investment returns.”
Jenny Milos, vice president, focused service & all suites brand management, APAC, Hilton said: “When it comes to their choice of hotel, Chinese travellers today have more exacting demands for quality, design, comfort, and value.”
She added that Hilton Garden Inn has tailored offerings for the Greater China market with features like soundproofed rooms, double-layer curtains for a restful environment, and multifunctional furniture.
Hilton properties that opened this year include Hilton Garden Inn Xiamen Tong’an, Hilton Garden in Shijiazhuang Chang’an, Hilton Garden Inn Zhoukou Huaiyang, and Hilton Garden Inn Zhengzhou. Hilton Garden Inn Shenzhen Guangming marked Hilton’s 450th hotel in Greater China & Mongolia.
Upcoming new hotels set to open are Hilton Garden Inn Zhuhai Jinan University, Hilton Garden Inn Hangzhou Xixi Zijingan, and Hilton Garden Inn Chengdu Kuanzhai Alley.