Hilton Garden Inn opens its 15th hotel in Mexico

Hilton opens the Hilton Garden Inn Guadalajara Airport, representing the Hilton Garden Inn brand’s 15th hotel in Mexico. Strategically located at the Guadalajara International Airport, the property is within the airport's newly developed commercial hub. Owned by Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico and managed by Hilton, the 180-room Hilton Garden Inn Guadalajara Airport is Hilton’s fifth hotel in the city of Guadalajara.  

"The opening of Hilton Garden Inn Guadalajara Airport marks an exciting milestone for Hilton as the only hotel located within the city’s international airport," Jorge Giannattasio, senior vice president and head of operations, Caribbean and Latin America, Hilton, said in a statement. We are excited about the continued growth of our portfolio in Mexico and our expansion in Guadalajara and look forward to providing a reliable new option that can serve as a haven for both for business and leisure travelers in this dynamic market." 

Hilton Garden Inn Guadalajara Airport is the first hotel that is located within the airport. Its proximity to the primary Mexico-Chapala highway provides connectivity to the vibrant city of Guadalajara including top companies, free trade zones and significant cultural and historical landmarks, including the neoclassical Instituto Cultural de Cabañas, home to frescos created by the renowned painter José Clemente Orozco, the baroque Guadalajara Cathedral, the picturesque Parque Agua Azul, and the archaeological site of Guachimontones.  

“As the Hilton Garden Inn brand continues drive global growth, we are thrilled to welcome Hilton Garden Inn Guadalajara Airport to an already thriving lineup in Mexico,” said Alan Roberts, brand leader, Hilton Garden Inn. “This gem, the sole hotel within the airport terminal, exudes the brand’s signature ambiance and brighthearted hospitality. Positioned for convenience, it is set to be the preferred choice for business and leisure travelers seeking a reliable, friendly and comfortable stay in the vibrant city of Guadalajara.”

Featuring a modern design, the hotel is part of the mixed-use airport project that incorporates local art and furniture, high-end carpentry, and design inspired by the cultural legacy of Guadalajara and Jalisco.