... How many hotel brands is enough? Hilton and Choice Hotels International are putting that question to the test, with two new lodging brands focused on helping travelers maintain their healthy eating, sleeping and fitness habits on the road. The new entries...
... How many hotel brands are enough? Hilton and Choice Hotels International are testing that question, with two new ones focused on helping travelers maintain their healthy eating, sleeping and fitness habits on the road. Hilton's Tempo will be the company's...
... In the latest move to make hotels appeal to young, tech-savvy travelers, one of the world's biggest hotel companies is launching a smartphone app that can control the television, air conditioner, lighting and curtains in the hotel rooms. Hilton has begun...
Lookout Airbnb, Hilton’s trying to woo the millennial market with a new line of low-cost hotels that put craft beer and hangout space front and center. Tru hotels dial down costs with easily cleanable rooms that are 20 percent smaller than average and located outside of expensive cities.
With over 4,250 hotels across 93 countries, Hilton Worldwide aims to be the leader in hospitality and simplify travel for its guests before, during, and after each visit. But given that today's travelers have more research, booking, and platform options than ever, Hilton turned to Google Hotel Ads to help drive high-quality leads and fuel bookings.
Longing for alternatives to the conventional, cookie-cutter hotel? Along with crocuses and daffodils, new specialty chains from major hospitality companies including Marriott, Hilton, Hyatt and Carlson Rezidor will be springing up across the globe in the coming weeks and months.
With the addition last year of lifestyle brand Canopy and soft brand Curio, Hilton Worldwide Holdings has a presence in nearly every market niche and segment—with one notable exception: economy. That soon could change, according to Jim Holthouser.
Hilton Worldwide employs a single social media strategist whose job it is to convey the latest intelligence from different platforms to each of its 11 hotel brands, but each brand maintains its own voice and often relies on individual hotels to supply content.
Hilton CEO Chris Nassetta answers questions during an interview in his office at Hilton Worldwide Headquarters in McLean, Va. When Nassetta took over as CEO in 2007, Hilton lagged behind other hoteliers.
Hilton Worldwide will begin offering faster Wi-Fi at hotels that offer it for free—for a price. The new Wi-Fi tier will become an option at Hilton's limited service and extended stay brands: Hampton Inn, Hilton Garden Inn, Homewood Suites and Home 2 Suites.