Hilton to Upgrade its Garden Inn Brand

By Jesse Sokolow on 25 July 2017
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IMG_6744Hilton Hotels and Resorts announced that it is introducing new enhancements to its Garden Inn brand of mid-priced hotels.

As part of the brand redesign, Hilton is debuting six new customizable hotel prototypes. Features will include pod-style check-in areas and more natural light, as well as new multi-functional features of the properties’ meeting spaces.

The hotelier says the brand will focus on “the importance of delivering simple things at a higher standard.”

Garden Inn employees will also undergo new training that will focus on improving interaction with guests.

Food and beverage upgrades will include open-kitchen displays and healthier meal options, as well as placing more of an emphasis on social dining through features such as small plates, local craft beers, and shareable desserts. Hilton will also offer various enhancements to the Shop, Hilton Garden Inn’s 24-hour grab-and-go market.

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