It takes a dedicated team to build a hotel from the ground up. Hilton professionals work hard to develop high-quality properties that have exceptional workmanship and unique designs, which reflect the culture of the surrounding area. These new properties embody the brand’s high standards, undergoing a step-by-step construction process that requires adherence to quality and sustainability, ensuring future customer satisfaction.
The project director acts as the liaison between internal and external stakeholders, such as partners, Hilton corporate, and owners, to communicate the construction projects’ milestones. He or she is the main contact who creates a seamless delivery of properties that meet Hilton’s quality and environmental standards.
In reducing its carbon emissions by 30 percent, the company has kept its commitment to being a strong environmental leader. The Hilton chain looks beyond the façade, focusing on community reinvestment and social change. Travel with Purpose is the brand’s strategy that defines sustainable tourism as making a global impact on economic growth, human rights, and preservation. The design, development, and construction process takes all of these elements into consideration.
The goal of the chain is to focus on the people within the walls of the hotel. Fostering a global presence with open communication, the brand enhances the end-to-end experience for guests. Focusing on innovative solutions and efficient operations, Hilton creates an undeniable advantage.
Global designers efficiently transform space into a hotel solution that incorporates the brand identity into all areas of the building and grounds. By renovation, conversion, or new construction, these buildings exist because of the dynamic execution of quality plans.
A streamlined supplier process connects franchisees with vendors who are best able to equip and design the hotel. A connection tool brings key stakeholders together to complete the development process successfully. With multiple properties in the pipeline, Hilton is one of the fastest growing hotel chains across the globe.
In 2018, a survey of 72000 guests confirmed that social responsibility, ethics, and environmental considerations influenced buying decisions. Hilton has more than 5400 global properties with 14 brands in 106 countries. J.D. Power and Associates recognize some of the hotels as the best in the world.
Its mission includes a commitment to contributing to vibrant communities. Partnering with the United Nations, Hilton implements best practices in tourism. When guests travel to a hotel, the destination provides comfort and sustainability for relaxation, work, and play.