Brand Overview: Home2 Suites by Hilton to accelerate American progress [Infographic]
Pictured: Home2 Suites by Hilton Markham. Imagery courtesy of API Development Consultants.
Hilton Hotels Corporation’s extended stay brand, Home2 Suites by Hilton, will continue its dominance in the US, with nearly 50 further sites planned, according to the TOPHOTELPROJECTS database.
Home2 Suites by Hilton’s all-American all-suite business model is clearly delivering dividends, as the four star brand will be adding another 10,828 contemporary and customised rooms to its global portfolio in the next few years.
Staying in America
The latest keys will appear within 75 new developments, with two thirds of these slated for North America. This comprises 50 American projects of 6,068 rooms collectively, with the remaining 25 hotels delivering 4,760 keys.
Of the North American sites, the vast majority of these, 49, will be in the USA, and the other one planned for Canada. US developments will result in an extra 5,948 rooms, while the singular Canadian site will add 120 keys.
All of Home2 Suites’ upcoming Asian projects will be constructed in China, with the 25 sites resulting in another 4,760 rooms.
The aparthotel brand’s developments will peak next year, with 38% of all its slated projects due to open, that’s 29 projects representing 4,766 rooms. The pipeline slows a little in 2024, with 32% delivering in that year, equating to 24 hotels of 3,195 rooms.
The rest of this year plus further ahead in 2025 and beyond will both see 15% of the total pipeline inaugurated – 11 projects in each period, though in 2022 that’s 1,321 rooms, while the latter years will see a further 1,546 keys added to the total.
The Nashville development will be co-located with a Hilton Garden Inn. The two hotel’s plans call for nine stories in a separate tower rising from the western side of the parcel, and plans filed with Davidson County show the property will have an indoor swimming pool on its top floor. The development is due to complete in Q4 this year.
At the New York site there will be a similar joint site, also housing Hampton Inn and Motto-branded properties. Designed by Gene Kaufman Architect and developed by Sam Chang of McSam Hotel Group, the hotel’s amenities will include restaurants, lounges, coffee shops, exercise rooms, select meeting spaces, laundry facilities and a shared rooftop lounge. Delivery is expected in Q1 2023.
The singular Canadian development recorded in the TOPHOTELPROJECTS database is Home2 Suites by Hilton Markham in Ontario, a dual-brand project with Tru by Hilton.
When completed, the new hotel will provide guests with smart and efficiently-designed guestrooms and public spaces. Property features include a reimagined, enlarged lobby with 268 sq m of public space with areas to work, play games, eat or lounge. The heart of the lobby will house the ‘Eat. & Sip.’ market, serving snacks 24/7.
Modern rooms will be designed to make every square metre count, with natural light from oversized windows, 55” TV with a robust programming offer and bright all-shower bathrooms with premium bath amenities.
An onsite fitness centre leverages the latest fitness trends through barre, TRX bands, free weights, cardio and flexibility gear.
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