Four designers collaborate for Hampton Inn in Zacatecas, Mexico

Hampton Inn by Hilton continues its expansion in Mexico with the opening of its newest property, Hampton Inn by Hilton Zacatecas. The 120-room hotel joins the global brand of more than 2,000 Hampton Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites and Hampton by Hilton hotels. The property is located at Heroes de Chapultepc 1702-B and is managed by Grupo Islo.

Hampton Inn by Hilton Zacatecas is located close to an area conference center, minutes from downtown Zacatecas and Mall Galleria. Also, guests of the new property are placed 20 minutes from General Leobardo C. Ruiz International Airport.

The designers involved included David Velasco Navarro, Mariana Patricia Infante Alaniz, Carlos Cajero Zepeda and Rafael López Jacobo.

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The new hotel offers amenities such as free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour business center with complimentary printing, a 1,829-square-foot meeting space that can accommodate up to 120 people and a fitness center. The hotel also provides free “On the House” breakfast, as well as Hampton's “On the Run” Breakfast Bags.

Hampton Inn by Hilton Zacatecas has Hampton's Perfect Mix Lobby, designed as an extension of the guestroom with a variety of seating and lighting options for both leisure and business travelers. Guestrooms are equipped with the brand's signature Clean and fresh Hampton bed, 40-inch LED TV, alarm clock, refrigerator and coffeemaker.

The hotel was infused with local photography and artwork, highlighting the property's connection and support to its own community.

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