Hilton Garden Inn Reviews

Hilton Garden Inn Reviews

Hilton Garden Inn

Hilton Garden Inn is a network of moderately priced, limited or concentrated service hotels in the United States that is owned by Hilton Worldwide. It has 862 properties with 126,086 rooms in 49 countries and territories as of December 31, 2019, including 81 managed properties with 15,678 rooms and 781 franchised properties with 110,406 rooms.

This Hilton Garden Inn Phoenix Airport North is located one mile from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, with convenient access via Light Rail to the Convention Center and Arizona State University. This hotel’s location gives convenient access to the US Airways Center, Chase Field, and University of Phoenix Campus. Hilton Garden-Inn Phoenix Airport North hotel features a complimentary 24-hour airport shuttle, wired and wireless high-speed Internet, a full-service restaurant and lounge, meeting and event facilities, a business center, fitness center, and an outdoor pool.

 

History

In the late 1980s, the Hilton-Garden Inn brand started out as CrestHill by Hilton. Because the real estate market was slow, only four of the 25 hotels that were planned were built. Three of the original four hotels are still in the chain. They are in the cities of Lancaster, Southfield, and Valencia in California. The other hotel is now a Four Points. It is in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. The brand was relaunched as Hilton Garden Inn in 1990, and in about 25 years, it has grown from four hotels to more than 860 limited or select service properties.

The Hilton Garden Inn Leiden in the Netherlands opened in 2012 as the first Hilton Garden Inn outside of North America. It is on the Old Rhine River and has 173 rooms with all of the features that are typical of the brand.

 

Future Developments

The Hilton Garden-Inn brand is expanding internationally, with new hotels planned for the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Italy, Germany, Romania, Namibia, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, and Poland, as well as in Albania, Argentina, Armenia, Busselton, the Faroe Islands, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Turkey, India, Kenya, and Ireland. There will be a Hilton Garden Inn in Santa Marta, Colombia by 2016.

 

FAQ

1. Is Hilton Garden-Inn part of Marriott?

No, Marriott does not own Hilton. Hilton Worldwide and Marriott International are two different companies that run two of the biggest hotel chains in the world. Even though Marriott Bonvoy is a loyalty program, Hilton hotels are not a part of it. Hilton has 18 hotel brands with a total of 6,000 hotels in 117 different countries.

 

2. Who is Hilton Garden-Inn owned by?

Hilton Worldwide owns the Hilton Garden-Inn chain of mid-priced hotels in the United States with limited or focused service. As of December 31, 2019, it has 862 properties with 126,086 rooms in 49 countries and territories. Of these, 81 are managed with 15,678 rooms and 781 are franchised with 110,408 rooms.

 

3. Does Hilton Garden-Inn have Netflix?

The partnership makes it easy for people staying in Connected Rooms to log in to their Netflix account by entering their credentials on the Hilton Honors app, either with the remote control or the keyboard.

 

4. Is Hilton considered luxury?

Hilton has three high-end brands: Conrad Hotels and Resorts, Waldorf Astoria, and Tempo hotels. Conrad Hotels is named after Conrad Hilton, who started Hilton Hotels. This high-end brand has 39 properties, some of which are resorts, on five continents.

 

5. Is breakfast included at the Hilton Garden-Inn?

Every registered guest gets a daily breakfast, which is a great way to start the day, whether you want to go out and see the sights or just want to relax. When a Gold or Diamond Member chooses this MyWay Benefit, a free continental breakfast is provided each day of the Member’s stay for the Member and up to one additional guest registered to the same room. Only the hotel’s restaurant or the Executive Lounge serve breakfast.

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