Hilton Garden Inn, one of Hilton's most popular upscale brands, is undergoing a refresh.
The changes will focus on four key areas: food and beverage, design, employee training, and marketing.
"We really studied what guests want, what our owners are telling us and what our operators and team members are telling us about what they're hearing about tin the properties," says John Greenleaf, global head of Hilton Garden Inn.
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Enhancements in food and beverage will include an open-display kitchen for cooked-to-order dishes and healthier and organic menu items. The new menu will include handcrafted cocktails and locally-sourced wines and craft beers, small plates, dinner entrees, and shareable desserts. Room service will remain an option, and guests will be able to take advantage of an in-room Keurig coffeemaker.
Guests will also have the option of ordering items from The Shop, a 24-hour, grab-and-go retail space offering such items as fresh salads and sandwiches, craft beers, and a self-serve coffee bar.