12 New Hotels in October and November 2004
|MEMPHIS, Tenn., December 9, 2004—Hampton, the
national brand of more than 1,270 mid-priced Hampton Inn®
and Hampton Inn & Suites®
hotels, announced the opening of five Hampton hotels in October and November
2004, representing 508 new rooms. The five new openings are all Hampton
Inn & Suites hotels and each property is a franchised new-build with
the exception of one conversion. The brand also announced it has broken
ground on 12 new hotels during the past two months, including its 16th
"In the past two months we have seen incredible growth from our Hampton Inn & Suites product, and we anticipate that developers will continue taking great interest in this hotel design," said Phil Cordell, senior vice-president, Hampton brand management. "Along with the growth of our Hampton Inn & Suites hotels, our development in the West was also strong in September and November, as our brand opened three new hotels west of the Mississippi," said Cordell.
Hampton began transitioning properties with its new "Make it Hampton" standards in February 2004; each new hotel has opened with these standards, including: complimentary high-speed Internet access, complimentary hot breakfast and new lobby décor, as well as new guest room and bath amenities.
Five new Hampton Hotels opened in October and November 2004:
Hampton Hotels that broke ground in October and November
The Hampton brand is part of Hilton Hotels Corporation, recognized internationally as a preeminent hospitality company. The company develops, owns, manages or franchises more than 2,200 hotels, resorts and vacation ownership properties. Its portfolio includes many of the world’s best known and most highly regarded hotel brands, including Hilton®, Conradâ , Doubletree®, Embassy Suites Hotels®, Hampton Inn®, Hampton Inn & Suites®, Hilton Garden Inn®, Hilton Grand Vacations Club® and Homewood Suites by Hilton®.
This press release contains "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of federal securities law, including statements concerning business strategies and their intended results, and similar statements concerning anticipated future events and expectations that are not historical facts.
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