Brand overview: Hampton by Hilton plans 100 hotel openings [Infographic]
Hampton by Hilton London Aldgate (imagery: © 2021 McAleer & Rushe)
A look through the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database reveals that the Hampton by Hilton brand is set to expand rapidly, especially in North America and Europe.
In the coming years, Hampton by Hilton will grow its footprint by 100 hotels and 14,841 rooms, our research indicates. Here, we take a closer look at the brand’s future plans.
Hampton by Hilton’s growth plans by year
In what little remains of 2021, nine openings with 1,414 rooms are being planned. Even if all of them go ahead and none are pushed back to next year, 2022 will also be busy for the brand, with 40 launches due to expand its offering by 6,296 keys worldwide.
While things will slow down a bit in 2023, there are still 17 projects and 2,423 rooms due for completion that year. And another 34 schemes with 4,708 keys are already on the books for 2024 and beyond.
Hampton by Hilton’s top growth regions
North America, the home region for Virginia-headquartered hospitality giant Hilton Worldwide, takes the lead overall with an impressive 46 hotels and 5,968 rooms on the cards. However, Europe’s offering will grow almost as quickly – 36 hotels with 5,961 keys are in the pipeline here. When comparing the room count, moreover, it looks like the properties in Europe will on average be slightly larger than their counterparts in North America.
Given these numbers, it’s perhaps no surprise that Hampton by Hilton’s top national growth markets are all in North America and Europe. The US comes out ahead on a country-by-country basis (39 projects, 5,126 rooms), followed by the UK (14 projects, 2,341 keys) and Germany (nine projects, 1,347 rooms).
Steady expansion in the rest of the world
Hampton by Hilton will also expand on other continents, albeit not as quickly as we’ll see in North America and Europe.
To be more precise, this prolific brand’s planning seven openings in Latin America, and five apiece in APAC and the Middle East. Finally, just one scheme is on the way in Africa.
Noteworthy Hampton by Hilton projects coming soon
The first interesting hotel we’d like to highlight is the 16-storey Hampton by Hilton Santiago Las Condes. Set to launch in June 2022, this 187-room hotel will sit on the outskirts of Santiago in Las Condes, the city’s new business district, and form part of a mixed-use complex with residential and retail components. Apart from the guestrooms, there’ll be 13 meeting spaces with high-tech audiovisual capabilities, a 24-hour business centre, a gym and a pool.
Just a short drive from John F Kennedy International Airport, meanwhile, Jamaica Hampton Inn & Suites New York will open its doors by late 2022. Taking over the eastern part of the Jamaica Building, a new mixed-use complex, the hotel will occupy floors three through 19. The first floor will house a lobby, a bar and restaurant, a fitness centre and meeting space, while the second will include an attractive outdoor terrace.
Over in Europe, Hampton by Hilton London Aldgate will launch in a fully refurbished property by Q3 2023. The wide-ranging revamp involves creating a six-storey extension, as well as other modernisation work. Upon completion, this contemporary hotel will offer 278 guestrooms, ample banqueting space and a restaurant.
Many TOPHOTELNEWS articles draw on exclusive information from the TOPHOTELPROJECTS construction database. This subscription-based product includes details of thousands of hotel projects around the world, along with the key decision-makers behind them. Please note, our data may differ from records held by other organisations. Generally, the database focuses on four- and five-star schemes of significant scale; tracks projects in either the vision, pre-planning, planning, under-construction, pre-opening or newly opened phase; and covers newbuilds, extensions, refurbishments and conversions.
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