Hilton Worldwide recently announced the opening of Hilton Garden Inn Gurgaon Baani Square. Hilton Garden Inn is the award-winning upscale mid-priced hotel brand that strives to ensure today’s busy travellers have everything they need to be most productive on the road. This is the second Hilton Garden Inn brand hotel in the country. With this opening, Hilton Worldwide now managed seven hotels in Delhi NCR.
Operated by Hilton Worldwide and owned by the Baani Group, Hilton Garden Inn Gurgaon Baani Square is strategically located near the prime corporate, commercial and residential districts, including Infocity, Unitech Cyber Park, Sohna Road and Nirvana. The hotel is a 10-minute drive (eight kilometres) from DLF Cyber City, the central business hub in Gurgaon. Shopping at the malls on M.G. Road and entertainment at the Kingdom of Dreams are nearby.
The hotel brand Hilton Garden Inn endeavours to support each guest on his or her road to success and it starts the moment the guest walks through the doors. The 201-room Hilton Garden Inn Gurgaon Baani Square features the brand’s signature offerings that include complimentary internet access; 24-hour complimentary business centre facilities; complimentary remote printing service from the guestroom to the business centre and the 24-hour Pavilion Pantry™ convenience mart.
“We are delighted to open the second Hilton Garden Inn hotel in India. With the launch of this property, Hilton Worldwide now operates seven hotels in Delhi NCR and a total of 12 hotels in the country with a presence in Mumbai, Chennai, Shillim (near Mumbai), Vadodara and Goa, besides the National Capital Region”, said Martin Rinck, president, Asia Pacific, Hilton Worldwide. “We continue to grow our India portfolio through a multi-brand, multiple partners and high-growth strategy. While we are exploring opportunities across all segments, for which we are well positioned with the six brands we are developing in the country, we are placing significant emphasis on the expansion of our mid-market and focused-service brands, Hilton Garden Inn and Hampton by Hilton, to accommodate the exponentially growing demand for mid-priced hotel rooms in the country”.