Hilton Garden Inn continues 2018 expansion, opens new Turkey property

Hilton Garden Inn is all set to make its debut in Kenya while also opening new properties in the Middle East and Latin America


Hilton Garden Inn has continued its expansion strategy in 2018 with the Hilton Garden Inn Adiyaman, Turkey. The brand also opened new properties in Mexico, Colombia and recently made its debut in Kenya.

These openings continue the brand's 2017 momentum in which one-third of new openings were in international destinations. This included key markets such as Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; Manchester, England; Shanghai, China and Merida, Mexico.

"Hilton Garden Inn is proud to continue expansion into new countries like Kenya, while increasing its footprint in other key international destinations including Colombia's capital city, Bogotá," said John Greenleaf, global head, Hilton Garden Inn. "Our dedicated Team Members at each of our more than 770 properties across the globe look forward to welcoming each guest with a simple greeting that spans all cultures and borders: a warm and friendly smile."

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