Hilton Worldwide announced the opening of Hilton Garden Inn Hanoi, the award-winning, focused service brand’s first property in Southeast Asia. Located in Hanoi, Vietnam, the 11-storey hotel with 86 rooms and well-equipped facilities lies right in the heart of Hanoi, and is the second Hilton Worldwide property in Vietnam.“Today’s announcement not only celebrates the first Hilton Garden Inn property in Southeast Asia but also the expansion of our footprint in Vietnam,” said Martin Rinck, president, Asia Pacific, Hilton Worldwide. “Backed by our strong owner, Hoan Kiem Tourism & Trading Company Limited, and our 93 years of international hospitality experience, we are confident that Hilton Garden Inn Hanoi will be a preferred choice for local and international travelers looking for quality yet affordable accommodation in Hanoi.”“We are excited to have Hilton Garden Inn break into a new Southeast Asian city, especially one as vibrant as Hanoi. Our focused service brand is tailored towards providing the signature features and services that meet the demands of value conscious travelers who are always on the move,” said Adrian Kurre, global head, Hilton Garden Inn.“We promise to do whatever it takes to ensure you’re satisfied, or you don’t pay. You can count on us. GUARANTEED”.
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