Hilton Garden Inn to be built in Haiti

13th Apr 2014
Hilton Garden Inn to be built in Haiti CAB president Dominique Carvonis and Hilton’s Ted Middleton and Simón Suárez sign on for the hotel

Hilton Worldwide is planning to operate the new build Hilton Garden Inn Port-au-Prince Louverture Airport. 

Scheduled to open in 2016, this new Hilton Garden Inn hotel in Haiti will introduce the Hilton Garden Inn brand to the Caribbean and debut the company’s first hotel in Haiti.

“We are excited the Hilton Garden Inn brand continues to grow around the world and we are looking forward to opening in Port-au-Prince,” said Adrian Kurre, global brand head, Hilton Garden Inn.

“Value-conscious guests will enjoy their stay with an award-winning upscale and affordable hotel experience with superior amenities at an affordable price.”

Forming part of the mid-priced brand, Hilton Garden Inn Port-au-Prince Louverture Airport will be strategically located in the airport’s industrial park area - acting as the only internationally branded hotel at the airport.

Danny Hughes, senior vice president, Caribbean, Mexico and Latin America, Hilton Worldwide said: “As tourism continues to contribute significantly to Haiti’s economic development, we are thrilled to work with Dominique Carvonis, president of CAB, and her team, and play a part in this growth.

“With the brand’s value proposition and the hotel’s strategic location, we are confident the Hilton Garden Inn Port-au-Prince Louverture Airport will be a successful partner in the nation’s capital and commercial hub.”

Welcoming guests to Haiti’s capital city, the Hilton Garden Inn Port-au-Prince Louverture Airport will be designed in line with the Hilton Garden Inn Latin America prototype, featuring the brand’s quality standards while incorporating local elements to give the hotel an authentic style.

The hotel will feature 152 guest rooms including eight suites, all outfitted with comfortable bedding, LCD high-definition flat-screen television, easy-to-set alarm clock with MP3 connectivity, a spacious work desk, and a “hospitality centre” that features a mini refrigerator and coffee maker.

Dining options will include a full service restaurant and lobby lounge offering freshly prepared full, cooked-to-order breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The hotel will also feature the 24-hour Pavilion Pantry shop with a selection of delicious readymade meals, beverages and snacks.

Recreational facilities will boast an outdoor swimming pool, and a complimentary fitness centre featuring cardio and strength training equipment by Precor.


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