Hilton Garden Inn is set to triple its footprint in Greater China in the coming years with the opening of its 50th property in Greater China, Hilton Garden Inn Beijing Haidian Daoxiang Lake.
Building on the brand’s success in Greater China, Hilton will also ramp up expansion of Hilton Garden Inn across Asia-Pacific, including Thailand and Australia.
For owners looking to capture demand from both business and leisure travellers, Hilton Garden Inn’s operating model makes it highly adaptable for mature and emerging hospitality destinations, as well as across city and resort locations.
Clarence Tan, senior vice president, development, Asia-Pacific, Hilton, shared: “Owners drawn to the profitable focused service segment gravitate towards Hilton Garden Inn for its efficient build, strong investment returns, greater flexibility through franchised and managed hotel agreement options, as well as the ability to leverage Hilton’s powerful commercial engine.
“Owners also value how we regionalise the brand for Asia-Pacific as that keeps us close to evolving guest preferences and positions us all for long term success.”
Hilton’s continued investment in Hilton Garden Inn has also driven a thoughtful and deeply researched regionalisation of the brand, such as innovating and optimising the guest experience.
“Travellers today have more exacting demands for quality, design, comfort, and value,” said Jenny Milos, vice president, brand management, suites & focused service, Asia-Pacific, Hilton.
Hilton Garden Inn has a global footprint of more than 970 hotels in 57 countries and territories, with 65 Hilton Garden Inn properties in operation, and over 100 in the pipeline in the Asia-Pacific.