Hampton by Hilton has announced the opening of its latest property, Hampton by Hilton Edinburgh West End.
The hotel is the first in Scotland’s capital and joins four more which are already open in the country.
Paul Wood, general manager, Hampton by Hilton Edinburgh West End, said: “It is an honour to open the first Hampton by Hilton in Edinburgh.
“This is one of Hilton’s fastest growing brands and I cannot wait to see results this hotel will be bring.
“Edinburgh is one of the busiest conference destinations in the UK and is second only to London for attracting international tourist visitors, so we look forward to providing a warm welcome and stay for guests as they explore the charms of Scotland’s capital city.”
As the number one ranked franchise for the past eight years, according to Entrepreneur, Hampton by Hilton, including Hampton Inn by Hilton and Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton, serves value-conscious and quality-driven travellers with more than 2,275 properties with nearly 230,000 rooms in 18 countries and territories.
Nicholas Northam, Interstate managing director UK, said: “We are delighted to work with Hampton by Hilton on this wonderful new hotel in Edinburgh which demonstrates our commitment to Scotland, particularly following the opening of our two Aberdeen hotels earlier this year.
“The hotel compliments our portfolio well, as we look to continue growing and expanding our offering as the only pure third-party hotel management company in the UK.”
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