BCDG Studio transforms Hilton Phoenix Airport in Arizona

The 257-room Hilton Phoenix Airport began a property-wide transformation of its guestrooms and suites, meeting spaces, public spaces and exterior.

Under BCDG Studio, the transformation will incorporate glass, wood and stone into the property, with a palette of browns, gold and steel greys. Upon completion, the new design scheme will be present in the hotel's furnishings, fabrics, artwork, greenery, custom lighting and accessories.

Each of the hotel's 257 guestrooms, including its 10 suites, will now have Hilton's Dreams bedding, all-new bathrooms, furnishings, mini-refrigerators, lighting, televisions and art.


Like this story? Subscribe to Hotel Design!

Hospitality professionals turn to Hotel Design as their go-to news source for the latest products, projects, and trends for hotel interior designers and architects. Sign up today to get news and updates delivered to your inbox and read on the go.

The renovation will also create a new lobby experience with new registration pods; a new bistro serving Starbucks Coffee; and a Connectivity Lounge. The hotel's Rennick's Restaurant, Rimrock Bar & Grille and guest corridors will similarly be updated.

The property's transformation further includes the renovation of its 10,000 square feet of meeting space, including its 4,056-square-foot Grand Ballroom and tiered amphitheatre. An additional 5,000 square feet of outdoor function space will be available for receptions and special events.

Guests at the Hilton Phoenix Airport will have access to a 24-hour complimentary airport shuttle service, a fitness center with Precor equipment, room service and poolside service. An Executive Level floor with private lounge is also available.

The Hilton Phoenix Airport is located at 2435 South 47th Street, 1.5 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. It is close to downtown Phoenix, Arizona State University, METRO Light Rail, Scottsdale, and Tempe.

The Hilton Phoenix Airport is owned by Waramaug Hospitality and a private investment group in a joint venture with Interstate Hotels & Resorts.

Suggested Articles

As it takes over franchise agreements and management contracts of Orbis' Central Europe hotels, Accor also is looking to divest its stake in the company.

Hotels in the country have reported growth in both revenue and profitability, but the outlook for further improvement in 2019 and beyond is uncertain.

The survey is open to hotel franchise/membership companies, multiunit hotel ownership companies, hotel management companies and hotel developers.