Hilton KAI Beach Resort
The Hilton Garden Inn brand expands its global footprint with the creation of 123 new hotels, including a total of 22,094 new rooms.
Asia-Pacific is expected to see the biggest increase in the number of Hilton Garden Inn properties, with China being the country with the most hotels of this brand on the horizon.
Focus on Asia Pacific
Hilton is embarking on a global expansion over the next few years with an impressive 47 hotels, housing 8,460 rooms in total, on track to open in 2022.
These openings will be followed by 31 hotel openings, with 5,384 rooms between them, in 2023. Nine hotels with 1,374 rooms are planned for 2024 and another 36 hotels with 6,876 rooms in total are expected to open in 2025 and beyond.
No less than 54 of the planned projects are located in Asia-Pacific. North America will welcome 23 new hotels of the brand and Europe will welcome 18 establishments.
The Middle East has 13 branded hotels opening over the next few years, South America has 10 branded properties coming up and Africa has five such properties on the horizon.
China is the country expected to see the most Hilton Garden Inn arrivals with 43 hotels and 8,345 rooms set to debut. The United States will see 20 openings, with 3,075 rooms, by the brand and Poland will welcome six of the brand’s hotels with 800 rooms between them.
Part of the booming sites
Among these many openings are the Hilton Ain Al Sokhna in Egypt, which will open in 2024, and the Hilton Garden Inn Sydney Kingswood, which will also open in 2024, in Australia.
The new 200-key Hilton Ain Al Sokhna will place guests in the 147,000 sqm Kai Sokhna complex on Zafarana Road, close to a major road network connecting all parts of Greater Cairo, in the historic port city of Ain Sokhna . .
The hotel will include six restaurants and bars offering an array of dining options, as well as an outdoor pool, fitness center and luxury spa. The entire resort benefits from an exclusive beach. Accommodation will include rooms, suites and villas.
The 140-key Hilton Garden Inn Sydney Kingswood will then provide a new place to stay in one of Sydney’s largest health districts, Nepean Health Hub, which is undergoing a billion Australian dollar redevelopment ( US$735 million).
By being based here, guests will be just 10 miles from the new Western Sydney International Airport at Badgerys Creek, which is expected to accept its first arrivals in 2026, and will have easy access to the University of Western Sydney, key Penrith attractions and the Blue Mountains.
Amenities at this hotel include a full-service restaurant and bar, fitness room, rooftop bar, 24-hour take-out store, and meeting space.