Hilton signs development agreements for two new properties in Peru
The hotel chain announced today the signing of two contracts of the Tapestry Collection by Hilton brand in Lima: Hotel Bel'Arte Lima and Hotel Museo de Osma
Hilton (NYSE: HLT) today announced the signing of two hotel development contracts for the Tapestry Collection by Hilton in Lima, Peru: Hotel Bel'Arte Lima and Hotel Museo de Osma, the first international properties of the 14th Hilton brand, created for travelers looking for an exclusive hotel experience and first level. These new agreements are integrated into the Hilton development channel, which now includes eight hotels in Peru, which means adding more than 1,000 rooms in key markets across the country.
"As Hilton continues to expand in Latin America, our team has strategically focused on seeking opportunities in Peru, one of the region's fastest growing economies in the last decade," said Juan Corvinos, vice president of development for Latin America and the Caribbean. Hilton Caribbean. "With six hotels and more than 850 rooms already existing in our portfolio of properties in Peru, we hope to further consolidate our presence with important projects, which include the debut of new brands in Lima and throughout the country, in destinations such as Arequipa and Tarapoto "
Scheduled to open its doors in 2021, the 117-room Bel'Arte Lima Hotel and the Tapestry Collection by Hilton brand will be located in the financial district of San Isidro, in the capital of Peru. The hotel, unique in its kind, offers an art gallery within the property and is ideal for both business and leisure travelers.
Located in the cultural district of Barranco in Lima, the 86-room Osma Hotel Museum, also by the Tapestry Collection by Hilton, is expected to open its doors in 2021. The distinctive hotel will be part of the De Osma mixed-use development, which It will have a theater, a museum and a shopping center.
"As we celebrate the first anniversary of the Tapestry Collection by Hilton, we are delighted to enter our second year of operations with the announcement of our first two properties outside of the United States and in an important region in Latin America," said Jenna Hackett, world director. by Tapestry Collection by Hilton. "These hotels truly demonstrate the unique and independent spirit of our collection and we are pleased to welcome the Hotel Bel'Arte Lima and the Osma Hotel Museum to our portfolio in the coming years."
In addition to the international presentation of Tapestry Collection by Hilton, the company's development plans in Peru also include the debut of the Hampton by Hilton and Homewood Suites by Hilton brands. Two Hilton Garden Inn properties are also part of these plans. The planned projects and opening dates include:
· Hampton Inn by Hilton Lima San Isidro: 148 rooms, opening scheduled for 2019
· Hampton Inn by Hilton Arequipa: 104 rooms, opening scheduled for 2020
· Hampton Inn by Hilton Tarapoto: 86 rooms, opening scheduled for 2021
· Homewood Suites by Hilton Lima Miraflores: 100 rooms, opening scheduled for 2021
· Hilton Garden Inn Lima Miraflores: 250 rooms, opening scheduled for 2019
· Hilton Garden Inn Lima San Isidro: 194 rooms, opening scheduled for 2020
Hilton currently has a portfolio of six hotels in Peru, including the 71-room DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Iquitos, which reopened in February 2018 after its refurbishment. The opening of this full service hotel in the Province of Maynas consolidates Hilton's commitment to expand beyond Lima and seek opportunities throughout the country.
All hotels will be part of Hilton Honors, the award-winning guest loyalty program for the 14 different Hilton brands. Members who book directly have access to instant benefits, including a flexible payment system that allows them to choose virtually any combination of points and money to reserve a stay, a member-exclusive discount, a standard free Wi-Fi connection and access to the Hilton Honors mobile app.