Hilton Hotels & Resorts, the American multinational hospitality company, keeps expanding its services and adding more properties across the world.
The company has recently announced a record of openings in France, including top destinations like Paris and major resort towns.
The “hottest” four hotels Hilton will be opening this year 2023 are:
- Canopy by Hilton Cannes.
- Marty Hotel Bordeaux, Tapestry Collection by Hilton.
- Sainte-Anne Hotel Dijon.
- Curio Collection by Hilton.
Along with their partners—local owners in France—, the hospitality company expands its portfolio including different brands and experiences in this European country.
According to Hilton Hotels & Resorts’ developing plan, the company expects to see 24 new properties in the coming years.
Hilton Hotels & Resorts currently has 23 properties in France and looks forward to reaching even more countries and serving travelers in more destinations.
Closer to the United States and in top beach destinations, travelers can now find 8 Hilton all-inclusive resorts in Mexico and the Caribbean, including a new VIP all-inclusive experience in Tulum.
These are the four new Hilton properties in France featured in the company’s press release:
Canopy by Hilton Cannes
The hotel company will debut in Cannes, the popular resort town, in the iconic Le Suquet neighborhood.
The beautiful rooftop terrace, with views of the Old Port, is one of the main attractions of the hotel.
Canopy by Hilton Cannes will open in spring this year. These are its main amenities:
- 143 guest rooms —most featuring balconies with sea views of the French Riviera.
- Great location next to Cannes’ Old Port, near the 700m long Plage du Midi, across the marina—home to the Cannes Film Festival, and more.
- Indoor and outdoor pool.
- Fitness center.
- Onsite restaurant.
- Free wifi.
Canopy by Hilton hotels brand is inspired by the neighborhoods, and this one will showcase the glamor of Cannes, led by designer Ramy Fischler.
Sainte-Anne Hotel Dijon, Curio Collection by Hilton
Opening this summer, the Sainte-Anne Hotel Dijon will debut in the Burgundy region, in the International City of Gastronomy and Wine.
These are the main amenities:
- 125 guest rooms and suites.
- Outdoor terraces.
- Swimming pool.
- Fitness center.
- Nhoraé spa.
- Fine dining restaurant.
This new property represents a franchise alliance with Naos Hotel Group that involved a renovation of a former 17th-century hospice.
Marty Hotel Bordeaux, Tapestry Collection by Hilton
Right on the French Atlantic coast, Bordeaux will be home to the new Marty Hotel Bordeaux. This new property is part of the Tapestry Collection, a brand with a unique and arty style.
This boutique hotel will open in spring and is already accepting reservations starting on May 15.
- Free Wifi
- Business center
- 61 rooms.
The Marty Hotel Bordeaux is part of an agreement with Vicartem and ExtendAm, and is located in the heart of the city, within walking distance to shopping centers, restaurants, theaters, and the Bordeaux Saint Jean railway station.
The property also implements sustainable initiatives like careful water management and local ingredients.
Hilton Garden Inn Paris La Villette
Hilton Garden Inn Paris La Villette will become the fourth Hilton hotel in Paris. The new property is located in the La Villette region of Paris and will open this spring.
The hotel is also part of an alliance with Naos Hôtel Groupe Owner Icade, and its main features and amenities include:
- 92 rooms.
- Free Wifi.
- Fitness Center.
- Onsite restaurant, Babette.
- Business center and meeting rooms.
Guests will have a privileged location close to the Paris Philharmonic and the Grande Halle de la Villette.
Anticipating Travelers’ Needs In France
With these new properties and the upcoming projects, Hilton Hotels & Resorts will offer travelers special experiences in France—especially for loyalty members who also get benefits and perks.
This year represents a historic moment for the multinational company, which is also preparing for major events and expects to meet travelers’ needs.
“We continue to leverage our award-winning brands to grow market share and capture increased travel demand, particularly as France gets ready to host major global sporting events, including the Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, and Rugby World Cup,” said Simon Vincent, executive vice president and president, Europe, Middle East & Africa, Hilton.
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