Hilton and Hilton Garden Inn today announced the opening of Hilton Garden Inn Shanghai Hongqiao, which marks the debut of the Hilton Garden Inn brand in Shanghai. Hilton currently also operates Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund, Hilton Shanghai, Hilton Shanghai Hongqiao, and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Shanghai – Pudong in this top tier city.
“The addition of Hilton Garden Inn Shanghai Hongqiao to Hilton’s portfolio in Shanghai enables us to address the growing demand in the city’s mid-market segment,” said Bruce McKenzie, senior vice president, operations, Greater China & Mongolia, Hilton. “This is our twelfth Hilton Garden Inn hotel in China. We are committed to meeting the evolving needs of our guests, and with a pipeline of over 230 hotels, including more than 30 Hilton Garden Inn hotels, we will continue to provide our guests with more choice in this key market.”
Hilton Garden Inn Shanghai Hongqiao is located in Qingpu District, which is part of the New Hongqiao CBD. The hotel is within 10 kilometers of Hongqiao International Airport and Hongqiao Railway Station. It is also close to Hongqiao Integrated Transportation Hub, National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai) , Shanghai Yintao Golf Club, as well as popular dining and shopping destinations such as Bailian Outlet Plaza Qingpu and The Hub.
“Hilton Garden Inn Shanghai Hongqiao offers upscale accommodations and all the modern amenities that today’s busy travelers need and appreciate,” said John Greenleaf, global head, Hilton Garden Inn. “At each and every one of our more than 700 Hilton Garden Inn hotels worldwide, we guarantee we’ll do everything we can to ensure an exceptional experience for every guest. Guests of Hilton Garden Inn Shanghai Hongqiao can expect the same level of heartfelt service and hospitality, and are assured of a great stay.”
Owned by Shanghai Yiluhua Industrial Development Co., Ltd., Hilton Garden Inn Shanghai Hongqiao is located at No.1915, Huqingping Road, Qingpu District, Shanghai, P.R. China.
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