Following in the footsteps Le Meridien, Aloft, Hyatt House, and direct competitor, Courtyard, HIlton Garden Inn plans to turn their lobbies into a Social Hub.
Hilton Garden Inn has started an initiative to refresh lobbies across its entire portfolio by the end of 2013.
Most changes in the new design are FF&E-based, with minimal structural impact, such as live interior plants to create a garden atmosphere and open flow for more guest interaction. “We’ve re-imagined the Hilton Garden Inn pavilion, taking the lobby from a place of transaction to a place of interaction for our guests,” said Adrian Kurre, global head, Hilton Garden Inn. “The new layout and nature-inspired design allow us to visually tell the Hilton Garden Inn story and create a new paradigm for how our team members engage and serve our guests.”