Hilton expands its presence in Argentina
The hotel chain announces the opening of the Hilton Garden Inn Neuquén
Hilton (NYSE: HLT) announced the opening of its second Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Argentina: Hilton Garden Inn Neuquén. Designed, built and owned by ASPA Desarrollos Patagonia, the modern 130-room hotel in Patagonia's tallest tower marks the first Hilton property in the province.
“Travel and tourism continue to act as an important economic engine for Argentina, contributing more than 10% to the country's GDP1. Given the focus on this sector, Argentina is a key market in our expansion plans in the Caribbean and Latin America, "said Jorge Giannattasio, senior vice president and chief operating officer for the Caribbean and Latin America, Hilton." With five Hilton properties Welcoming travelers from all over the country, we are pleased to offer Hilton Garden Inn Neuquén as the newest complement to our portfolio. We hope that our guests enjoy high quality accommodation and exceptional service known for the Hilton Garden Inn brand. "
With idyllic views of the city, the Hilton Garden Inn Neuquén offers 130 spacious rooms and suites with exclusive linens of the brand, a large desk with ergonomic chair and useful equipment in the room with mini fridge and electric kettle.
Hilton Garden Inn has been a leader in food and beverages in the category of focused hotels for more than a decade. Guests have a variety of dining options on-site, including Vive Restaurant with breakfast, lunch and dinner and a lobby bar. The Shop is open 24 hours for visitors looking for salty snacks, candy, drinks and ready meals. Travelers can also take advantage of a gym, spa, indoor jacuzzi and five meeting rooms with more than 400 square meters of event space.
Located less than 10 km from the Juan Domingo Perón International Airport, the hotel offers convenient access to the Chapelco Ski Center, the city center and the Alto Comahue shopping center. Recognized as the host rock of the main deposits of unconventional oil and gas, the Neuquén basin also hosts “Vaca Muerta”, a geological formation from late Jurassic to early Cretaceous that offers the potential for new resources in hydrocarbons, unconventional gas and oil production.
Currently, Hilton has a portfolio of more than 150 hotels and resorts open and welcoming travelers in 23 countries across the Caribbean and Latin America, including five in Argentina Hilton Pilar, Hilton Buenos Aires, Hilton Garden Inn Tucuman, Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton and now Hilton Garden Inn Neuquén. The company is actively seeking additional growth opportunities in the Caribbean and Latin America and currently has a solid development portfolio of approximately 95 hotels throughout the region.
Hilton Garden Inn Neuquén is part of Hilton Honors, the award-winning guest loyalty program for the 17 Hilton hotel brands. Members who book directly have instant access to benefits such as flexible payment that allows them to choose almost any combination of points and money to book a stay, an exclusive member discount, free standard Wi-Fi and access to the Hilton Honors mobile app.