Hilton Worldwide's contemporary luxury brand, Conrad has announced several new hotel projects today that will enhance its presence as a leading luxury brand for today's modern business traveler.
Currently 15 hotels around the world, Conrad Hotels & Resorts has an additional 14 hotels in the pipeline, including the highly anticipated Conrad New York, Conrad Dubai, Conrad Sanya Haitang Bay and Conrad Koh Samui.
With a presence today in key cities and resort destinations including Tokyo; Hong Kong; Bali, Indonesia; Brussels, Belgium; Maldives; Chicago; and Miami, Conrad Hotels & Resorts is expanding to several more gateway cities and exclusive leisure destinations around the world. In the next 14 months Conrad will welcome hotels and resorts in Sanya Haitang Bay, China; Koh Samui, Thailand; Algarve, Portugal; New York; and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. An additional eight hotels and resorts will open by the end of 2013.
As a result of this growth, Conrad Hotels & Resorts is expected to double in size over the next three years.
"The expansion of Conrad Hotels & Resorts further into the Asian market as well as to our growing markets, such as the United States, are strategic milestones for us," said John T. A. Vanderslice, global head of luxury and lifestyle brands, Hilton Worldwide.
"Offering a world of style, service, and connection, Conrad Hotels and Resorts are designed for today’s affluent traveler, which means providing the services and amenities needed for our guests to enjoy the luxury of being themselves."
Ian Carter, president, global operations and development, Hilton Worldwide, added, "We are strategically growing the Conrad brand by adding new-build hotels and resorts and smartly converting existing hotels to the brand. These forthcoming hotels will share the Conrad spirit of individuality and commitment to service and will further advance the brand's reach in the world’s premier locations and most sought-after resort destinations."
Whether it's a thriving urban environment or an exclusive island retreat, all existing and future Conrad Hotels & Resorts are committed to offering contemporary travelers the same experience – "The Luxury of Being Yourself" expressed through the brand's attributes of:
- Smart Luxury – Sophisticated style. Personalized service. Global connections. A unique travel experience that is the preferred choice of business and leisure travelers, offering the perfect combination of sought-after destinations, luxury and individuality.
- A World of Style – Contemporary design, inspired by our guests’ global travels and reflective of the local culture and heritage. Dramatic, clean, sweeping lines and stylish design at every exquisite view are accented with beautiful artwork and energized public spaces.
- Flawless Service – Anticipatory and discreet, Conrad service is tailored to individual guest need. It is ultra-consistent in delivery and is there at the very moment it’s required. With Conrad, travelers can be at their very best every vital moment of the business day.
- Connections – Conrad hotels are on the pulse of a high-tech business world creating an atmosphere that is conducive to connecting with other guests, with oneself or simply with the local culture.
In the next three years, Conrad Hotels & Resorts will welcome the following new destinations:
- Conrad New York (Q4 2011)
- Conrad Sanya Haitang Bay (Q4 2010)
- Conrad Koh Samui Resort & Spa (Q1 2011)
- Conrad Algarve Palacio Da Quinta (Q2 2011)
- Conrad Dubai (Q4 2011)
- Conrad Seoul (Q1 2012)
- Conrad Dalian (Q1 2012)
- Conrad Beijing (Q1 2012)
- Conrad Fiji Resort & Spa (Q4 2012)
- Conrad Bangalore (Q1 2013)
- Conrad Guangzhou (Q4 2013)
- Conrad Ubud Resort and Spa (Q4 2013)
- Conrad Tianjin (Q4 2013)
Located just outside downtown Tianjin, one of the largest cites in China, the 339-room Conrad Tianjin will begin construction this year in the city's new central business district. The hotel will feature three restaurants, two bars, business center, heath club, spa and indoor pool.
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