Fourteen new DoubleTree by Hilton properties are slated to open this year across China, Thailand, Indonesia, Australia, Sri Lanka and New Zealand, adding to the close to 560 existing DoubleTree by Hilton properties currently in its global portfolio that spans across 45 countries.
To accommodate the region’s thriving economic centres and growing tourism industries, DoubleTree by Hilton looks to provide an upscale solution to those in or travelling to the region with innovative, comfortable hotels and its signature, warm DoubleTree Cookie welcome.
“As DoubleTree by Hilton celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, we are eager to continue providing guests in the Asia Pacific region and around the world with our outstanding DoubleTree hospitality,” said Shawn McAteer, senior vice president, DoubleTree by Hilton. “By opening hotels such as DoubleTree by Hilton Weerawila Rajawarna Resort, our first property in Sri Lanka, our brand continues to maintain its commitment to innovation and the gold standard for hospitality for guests around the world.”
Hilton has become woven into the fabric of communities all over the globe and in the company’s 100th year, global growth continues with the expansion of DoubleTree by Hilton across the Asia Pacific.