Hilton adds 15 new Hampton hotels to its global portfolio

Hampton Inn by Hilton Petaluma, California, U.S. Photo credit: Hilton (The Hampton by Hilton brand has opened 15 new properties worldwide in 2018.)

The Hampton by Hilton brand has opened 15 new properties worldwide in 2018.
These latest openings increase the Hampton brand's global portfolio to more than 2,345 hotels. In the U.S., Hampton opened the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Atlanta-Buckhead Place in Georgia and the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Rocky Hill-Hartford in Connecticut. Meanwhile, eleven of the new hotels opened outside of the U.S., entering the markets in Belgium, Northern Ireland and Munich for the first time. The brand also opened the Hampton by Hilton Belfast City Centre in the UK along with seven new Hampton hotels in China. 

“Hampton’s consistent, best-in-class performance has been a driving force behind our continued growth and is one of the main reasons Entrepreneur recently recognized our brand among the Top Franchises of the 21st Century,” Shruti Gandhi Buckley, global head of Hampton by Hilton, said in a statement. “Our strong reputation for delivering a quality, value-driven lodging option to guests has also helped propel our brand forward, reflected by our robust pipeline of 610 hotels, the highest in brand history.”

Hampton by Hilton added several hotels across the world to its portfolio in the first half of 2018, including:

Hampton Inn by Hilton Marathon, Florida Keys

The property is in the center of the Florida Keys near local attractions, such as the Dolphin Research Center and Sombrero Reef Marine Sanctuary. 

Hampton Inn by Hilton Petaluma, California

Hilton converted the Petaluma Silk Mill in Sonoma County, California, which was built in 1892, into the a Hampton hotel. The property is near several stores, restaurants and breweries near downtown Petaluma.

Hampton by Hilton Monterrey Apodaca, Mexico

The first dual-brand Hampton and Homewood Suites by Hilton property in Mexico is near Plaza La Fe, downtown Monterrey and attractions, such as Santa Lucia riverwalk.

Hampton by Hilton Antwerp Central Station, Belgium

The brand’s first property in Belgium is near shopping, dining venues and local attractions, including the Diamond District and Cathedral of Our Lady.

Hampton by Hilton Munich City West, Germany

The new Hampton is part of the brand’s plans to expand in Germany. The first property of the brand in the Bavarian capital is near local businesses, shops and the Marienplatz central square.