Hilton Garden Inn

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Hilton Garden Inn
Industry Hotel
Founded 1996; 22 years ago (1996)
Founder Hilton Worldwide
Number of locations
Area served
Parent Hilton Worldwide
Website www.hgi.com

Hilton Garden Inn is a brand of mid-priced, focused service hotels owned by Hilton Worldwide.

Property features and guest rooms[edit]

Guest room amenities at Hilton Garden Inns include a microwave, refrigerator, Keurig coffee maker, either a king- or queen-sized bed or two double-sized beds, as well as a sitting area with an ottoman. In addition to standard rooms, some locations also offer deluxe rooms and junior suites.


The Hilton Garden Inn brand began in the late 1980s under the name CrestHill by Hilton. Due to a slow real estate phase, only four of 25 proposed hotels were built. Of these four original hotels, three are still part of the chain today. They are located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Southfield, Michigan, and Valencia, California. The other hotel, located in Buffalo Grove, Illinois is now a Four Points. The brand was reintroduced in 1990 as Hilton Garden Inn and has grown from four hotels to more than 720 properties in about 25 years.

In 2012, the first Hilton Garden Inn outside of the United States was opened in Netherlands—the Hilton Garden Inn Leiden. It is located on the Old Rhine River, featuring 173 guestrooms and providing all of the brand's signature features.[1]

Future developments[edit]

The Hilton Garden Inn brand plans to open properties in Argentina, Armenia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, India, Kenya, Ireland, and additional locations throughout the United States, Canada, UK, Italy, Germany, Romania, Namibia,[2] Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, and Poland.

Hilton Garden Inn has announced the opening of one of its hotels in the port city of Santa Marta, Colombia by 2016.[3]


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