Coen Welsh | Nov 14, 2017 | 0
Hilton Garden Inn expects to welcome guests in 2017
“A young, tech fuelled population is driving mobile use across Africa and in turn transforming travel, whilst investors are increasingly looking towards innovation to achieve faster and more efficient hotel development,” added Fitzgibbon.
Haddis Tilahun, Founder and Executive Director, United Africa Group said that they are delighted to have signed an agreement with Hilton Worldwide to open a Hilton Garden Inn in Windhoek, “The new hotel will complement the existing Hilton Windhoek and enhance the hospitality offering in the city, which is fast becoming a hub of corporate and leisure travel in Sub-Saharan Africa,” he added. The newly agreed Hilton Garden Inn Windhoek will bring hallmark brand characteristics such as complimentary WiFi and the 24 hour Pavilion Pantry. Hilton Windhoek and the site of the new Hilton Garden Inn Windhoek is approximately 42 kilometres from Hosea Kutako International Airport and five kilometres from Eros Domestic Airport. This allows for easy connection to and from the hotel, and local landmarks within close proximity include the Namibian Supreme Court, Parliament and the Independence Memorial Museum. Hilton Garden Inn Windhoek will feature two food and beverage outlets, including an all day dining restaurant, as well as a garden lounge and bar, and the hotel will feature two individual meeting rooms.