The Hilton hotel group plans to open six new hotels across several cities in France by the end of 2021, specifically in Paris, Tours and Le Havre.
Following the launch of its Canopy by Hilton hotel collection, the group has announced six Hilton hotel openings in the cities of Paris, Tours and Le Havre, scheduled to take place between the summer and the end of the year. However, one of the six hotels has already welcomed its first guests, having opened in May: the Canopy by Hilton Hotel Trocadero.
The Hilton Paris Trocadero
Opened in May, this hotel has 123 rooms. Designed by Jean-Philippe Newell, its decoration combines elegance, culture and richness, giving the impression of staying in a local historical residence. Located in the heart of the 16th arrondissement of Paris, the hotel is less than 2 km from the Trocadero Gardens and the Champs-Élysées and features a rooftop terrace and bar with panoramic views of the Eiffel Tower.
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Belgrand Hotel Paris Champs-Elysées
Also inspiring the elegance of the city of Paris, the Belgrand Hotel Paris Champs-Elysées will have 46 rooms, and will be part of the Tapestry by Hilton collection. A city of many museums, Paris is a symbol of culture and rich heritage. It is for this reason that original works of art curated exclusively by French artist Cristophe Bonacorsi and bronze night lights designed by French artist Jean-Pierre Wyatt have been placed throughout the hotel. Located in the 8th arrondissement, a district that includes the Champs-Élysées and the Arc de Triomphe, the hotel will also have a lounge, a bar in an interior courtyard and a picturesque garden, conducive to relaxation and calm. It is scheduled to open this summer.
Camille Paris Hotel
The Hotel Camille Paris – Tapestry Collection by Hilton will have 56 rooms, and will express both the modernity and the elegance of the old, typical of the city of Paris. Located in the 12th arrondissement, approximately one kilometre from the Place de la Bastille, the Camille Paris will offer the perfect base for visiting the historic monuments of the City of Light, just a 20-minute walk from the Notre-Dame-de-Paris Cathedral. It is scheduled to open in the autumn.
Hilton Garden in Tours Center and Hampton Hilton Tours Center
Located on the banks of the Loire River, and surrounded by the shops, theatres and restaurants of Tours, the Hilton Garden Inn and Hampton at Hilton Tours Center will provide the modern touch in the middle of a picturesque city. Ideally located in the heart of downtown Tours, they will combine modernity with an atypical look, creating a contrast with the buildings surrounding the two complexes. Both hotels will feature modern and spacious rooms with a breathtaking view of the Loire River. They are scheduled to open this summer.
Hilton Garden du Havre
Finally, this last hotel is located in the north-west of France, in the city of Le Havre. It will have 106 rooms, 70% of which will have a sea view, as it is located opposite the city’s marina. It will also have a fitness room, two seminar rooms, a restaurant and a bar. It is also scheduled to open in the summer of 2021.
With these five new hotel openings, the Hilton Group will bring the number of Hilton Group hotels in France to 20.
“We are delighted to welcome guests back to our hotels in France for the summer. After an incredibly challenging year, these six exciting openings demonstrate the strength of the European market and our confidence in the industry’s recovery, as well as major plans to open around 40 hotels across Europe by the end of the year. We look forward to opening our doors to guests and further diversifying our portfolio, offering a wide variety of options to help domestic and international travellers explore all that this fantastic country has to offer” , said David Kelly, senior vice president of operations for Continental Europe.
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