Hilton inks Brazilian trio deal
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Hilton Worldwide is debuting its Curio Collection brand in Brazil via the signing of three hotels with management firm, HCC Hotels.
The franchise agreement covers the recently opened Qoya Hotel Curitiba, Curio Collection by Hilton and two additional hotels expected to join Hilton’s portfolio in the country by the end of the year: Suryaa Hotel Pinhais, Curio Collection by Hilton and Qoya Hotel São Paulo, Curio Collection by Hilton.
Suryaa Hotel Pinhais, Curio Collection by Hilton is expected to join the brand portfolio by the end of 2022, delivering a boutique hotel experience for guests near the Alphaville Graciosa Golf Club. The pet-friendly property will offer 25 guestrooms and loft-style suites, several with golf course views. Guests can access an on-site fitness centre, indoor and outdoor pools, Koré Restaurant, and two meeting rooms.
Also expected to open by the end of 2022, the newbuild Qoya Hotel São Paulo, Curio Collection by Hilton will be situated next to Casas das Rosas Museum and the city’s cultural centre. The hotel will offer 166 rooms, including 14 suites, and will feature a rooftop pool, onsite restaurant, lobby bar, fitness centre and 300 sq m of flexible meeting space.
These follow the opening of the first property within the agreement, Curio Collection by Hilton, an upscale hotel with robust amenities near Curitiba’s city centre. The pet-friendly property features 168 rooms and suites, including a Presidential Suite, onsite fitness centre, indoor pool, a Tereza Zanchi Spa, 690 sq m of flexible meeting space, and electric vehicle charging stations.
Various dining options including the onsite Koré Restaurant, Bar Koré in the hotel’s lobby, and room service.
Curio Collection by Hilton’s global portfolio features more than 120 properties offering travellers authentic, curated experiences through distinctly local offerings and unexpected amenities.
Within Brazil, the group celebrated a milestone in Brazil when it opened the beachfront Hilton in Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana beach in 2017. Since then, the company has more than tripled its footprint in the country and now welcomes guests with a portfolio of 14 hotels across eight of Hilton’s brands. With more than 10 additional hotels across six brands in the development pipeline, Hilton is on track to double its portfolio in Brazil over the next five years. This includes Motto by Hilton Sao Paulo Ibirapuera, Motto by Hilton Recife Antigo and Tru by Hilton Chapeco.
As a whole, Hilton has more than 190 hotels open across the Caribbean and Latin America and continues to pursue additional growth opportunities in the region. It currently has a growing pipeline of more than 100 hotels throughout the Caribbean and Latin America.
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