27 FEBRUARY 2017

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Article from BTNews 27 FEBRUARY 2017

More Hilton hotels at UK airports

Bristol Airport has at last an on-site hotel. The 201-room Hampton by Hilton has opened at England’s third largest regional airport.  Also opening last week was another of the Hampton brand, this time at Aberdeen Airport with 150 rooms.

The openings mark another milestone in the Hilton airport journey. It was in 1959 that Conrad Hilton dedicated a property at San Francisco Airport.  There are now over 400 Hilton airports hotels across the world.
 
Hampton by Hilton’s free signature hot breakfast is included with every stay.  Also available to all guests for purchase is a 24hr convenience hub with a selection of snacks and drinks.

For Bristol the hotel is particularly important with the airport the only long-haul international gateway in the south west, Penzance 180 miles away.  An on-site night stop operation has been an airport target for a very long time.  The hotel is primed for business travellers, offering complimentary wi-fi, two meeting rooms, a 24hr fitness centre with contemporary cardio, resistance and weights equipment and a business centre.

At Aberdeen the hotel is sited in the Dyce Business Park, just a short shuttle ride to the terminal building.



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