HGI in the News

CondeNast Traveler: India’s Top 100 Business Hotels

Hilton Garden Inn New Delhi has been named one of India’s top 100 business hotels by the CondeNast Traveler. Congratulations to the HGI New Delhi team for your hard work and exceptional hospitality!

Evening Express: Aberdeen hotel voted fourth best in world

An Aberdeen hotel has been voted the fourth best in the world. Aberdeen’s Hilton Garden Inn was dubbed one of the top-rated holiday destinations on the planet, according to a survey of Expedia customer reviews.

Shop Smart Magazine: Hilton Garden Inn Voted for Best Housekeeping

Hilton Garden Inn was featured in the June 2012 issue of Shop Smart Magazine. Shop Smart surveyed more than 22,000 subscribers about their stays at hotels and motels. Hilton Garden Inn was among the best for upkeep and cleanliness. Congratulations to all of our Hilton Garden Inn hotels for their continued efforts to making HGI the best it can be! It’s great to know our guests can count on us!

WTOC: Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Airport wins several awards

Hilton Garden Inn Savannah Airport received three awards from the American Hotel & Lodging Association. The hotel was awarded Guest Relations Property of the Year, and the Outstanding Lodging Employee of the Year for the medium-sized property division. The hotel's General Manager Tommy Beyer was awarded the Steven Porter the Emerging Hospitality Leader of the Year.

Digital Journal: Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Airport Hotel (North) Awarded 2012 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor

Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Airport Hotel (North) was recently awarded the 2012 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor in recognition of consistently receiving the highest praises from travelers.

Wall Street Journal: Hotels a Win for Ex-Athletes

Hilton Worldwide Inc., seeking to expand the ranks of its investment partners, is finding surprising interest from one group in particular: former professional athletes. Hilton, like many large hotel operators, doesn't own most of the hotels that carry its brand name. Instead, Hilton manages the properties, which are owned by investors, and expands its hotel offerings by encouraging investors to build new properties or convert existing hotels to the Hilton brand.