Hilton’s brands-Curio Collection and Tapestry Collection-have disclosed details about six new openings lined up for this year. In 2019, the brands collectively unveiled 40 news hotels across the globe.
Curio collection will debut three properties in the third quarter of 2020
The Curio Collection will unveil the Emerald House Lisbon that is presently in the midst of a multi-million revolution. Further, it will debut the brand’s second property in Chicago- the 222-room Navy Pier Chicago along with The Fellows House Cambridge, which is located at Cambridge University. All three of these properties are set to open in the third quarter of 2020.
In the first quarter of 2020, the Tapestry Collection will debut the Atocha Hotel Madrid, its first property in Spain and Le Belgrand Hotel Paris Champs Elysees, its first property in France. Additionally, it is also opening its first property in Bermuda in the fourth quarter of 2020 called The Bermudiana Beach Resort.
Both the Curio Collection and Tapestry Collection have more than 120 properties in the pipelines. Guests at Curio Collection and Tapestry Collection can take advantage of the Hilton Honors guest-loyalty program, which includes 18 brands, 6,000 properties and upward of 954,000 rooms in 117 countries and territories.
Curio Collection and Tapestry Collection offer distinctive experiences
“Today, Curio Collection and Tapestry Collection offer travelers distinctive experiences at more than 100 hotels worldwide—from enjoying locally sourced seafood from the surrounding ocean waters as part of the Dock to Dish program at Baker’s Cay Resort Key Largo, to admiring the original chocolate factory design at The Wilbur Lititz near historic Hershey, Pennsylvania,” said Jenna Hackett, global head of Hilton’s Collection brands.
She added: Hilton’s Collection brands promise our guests an enriching travel experience. Through the introduction of unique hotels to our growing global portfolio, we can maintain that promise on an even greater scale with anticipated openings in destinations like Lisbon, Paris, and Madrid.”