Hilton Garden Inn arrives in Bloomington

The 168-room Hilton Garden Inn Bloomington, in Bloomington, Indiana, has officially opened for business.The opening of the Hilton Garden Inn Bloomington, located only a half mile from the Indiana University campus, represents another addition to the brand’s growing portfolio of more than 260+ Hilton Garden Inn hotels across North America.

White Lodging Services Corporation operates the newly constructed Hilton Garden Inn Bloomington under a license agreement with Hilton Inns, Inc., the franchising subsidiary of Beverly Hills-based Hilton Hotels Corporation.

“We are excited to open our newest hotel in Bloomington, Indiana as the brand is rapidly becoming the trusted brand to give travelers what they need when away from home,” said Adrian Kurre, senior vice president - brand management, Hilton Garden Inn. “Hilton Garden Inn hotels are purpose-built properties with thoughtful guestroom amenities, including complimentary high speed Internet access, remote printing to the business center and an in-room ‘hospitality center’ that includes a microwave oven, mini refrigerator and coffee maker.”

A six-story structure, the Hilton Garden Inn Bloomington features: a signature glass-walled pavilion housing the reception desk; a Pavilion Pantry with a selection of refrigerated, frozen and microwaveable packaged items, and sundries; Coaches Bar & Grill offering breakfast, lunch and dinner; room service during dinner hours; a comfortable lounge area with a television and fireplace; more than 5,000 square feet of flexible space that can accommodate up to 350 people; a 24-hour complimentary business center; and an on-site guest laundry facility.

“Our hotel is in close proximity to a number of corporations and leisure attractions,” said Chuck Collins, hotel general manager. “Our spacious pavilion lobby combined with our comfortable guestrooms and convenient guest services makes the Hilton Garden Inn Bloomington the perfect lodging choice for both business and leisure travelers visiting the area.”