Doubletree® Hotels and Cooper Hotels are proud to announce that they have almost completed the conversion of five Tennessee hotels to the Doubletree brand. New Doubletree locations are accepting guests in Memphis, Jackson, Oak Ridge, Murfreesboro and Johnson City, Tenn.
“Thanks to our newly expanded relationship with Cooper Hotels, Doubletree will quickly be recognized as the place to stay across the state of Tennessee. Just as important, the service commitments these hotels already share are very similar to the Doubletree overall mission - to provide a welcoming and comfortable hotel experience to our guests, wherever their travels take them,” said Dave Horton, senior vice president - brand management for Doubletree Hotels. “Each hotel is quickly reaping the rewards of the extensive Doubletree sales, marketing and technology infrastructure. And our loyal base of Hilton HHonors® members around the world will have seven key locations to earn Points & Miles® when visiting the ‘Volunteer State.`”
Hilton HHonors is the only hotel program that allows any of its members to reap Double Dip‰ earnings by simultaneously accumulating both airline miles and hotel points with each qualifying stay at any of these five new Doubletree hotels in Tennessee, as well as more than 2,400 hotels within the Hilton Family of Hotels (including more than 155 Doubletree hotels). Every hotel guest is also “welcomed” to the hotel with the brand`s beloved, fresh-baked chocolate chip cookies upon arrival, which symbolizes the warm, caring and friendly personality that is distinctively Doubletree.
“We are pleased so far with the progress of this ambitious plan of multiple hotel conversions to the Doubletree brand. Since our official joint announcement this past April, hundreds of team members at our five Tennessee hotels have worked diligently to make this process seamless and invisible to our guests,” said Pace Cooper, president & chief executive officer of Memphis-based Cooper Hotels. “We are gearing up to share our excitement with communities across the state of Tennessee in the coming weeks. The names of our five hotels may be changing, but the same great people and commitment to service will remain the same.”