A few weeks ago, the Hilton Group inaugurated the Hilton Garden Inn Bengaluru Embassy Manyata Business Park, with a catalog of 353 rooms. Far from marking the culmination of the hotel group’s ambitions in Bangalore, this opening paved the way for a larger project, particularly targeting the business clientele, a very strategic segment in India’s Silicon Valley. The second phase of Hilton’s offensive has just been concretized by two other concomitant inaugurations. The first is another hotel, the Hilton Bengaluru Embassy Manyata Business Park. This one adds 266 rooms to the combo…

A few weeks ago, the Hilton Group inaugurated the Hilton Garden Inn Bengaluru Embassy Manyata Business Park, with a catalog of 353 rooms. Far from marking the culmination of the hotel group’s ambitions in Bangalore, this opening paved the way for a larger project, particularly targeting the business clientele, a very strategic segment in India’s Silicon Valley. The second phase of Hilton’s offensive has just been concretized by two other concomitant inaugurations. The first is another hotel, the Hilton Bengaluru Embassy Manyata Business Park. This one adds 266 rooms to the Hilton combo, which now totals 619 rooms. The Hilton’s three new restaurants – Neo Kitchen, Neer Double Up – also bring the combo’s dining options to five.

India represents a tremendous opportunity for Hilton and the hotel industry as a whole

With the recovery of global travel networks, India represents a tremendous opportunity for Hilton and the hotel industry as a whole,” said Alan Watts, head of Asia Pacific for Hilton. “As a key strategic market for Hilton, we are delighted to continue our growth in India with this important launch and to strengthen our partnership with Embassy REIT. These highly anticipated openings will set a new benchmark for hospitality in Bangalore and position us strongly to usher in a new era of business travel,” he added. A new era that takes on another dimension with the third component of the project: the Hilton Group has also inaugurated a convention center on the same site. This includes 5,500 square meters of meeting and event space, compatible with the organization ofhybrid events, including a vast pillarless reception room of some 1,200 square meters, with a capacity of 1,500 guests. A shopping center will also be added to the complex.

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The opening of the Hilton Hotel and Convention Center at Embassy Manyata creates a hospitality anchor at the entrance to one of India’s largest business parks,” said Michael Holland, CEO of Embassy Office Parks REIT. ” It adds much needed conference space that benefits not only our corporate occupants but Bangaloreas a whole. Embassy’s partnershipREIT with Hilton continues to grow with the opening of this integrated resort, which we are confident will become Bangalore’s brightest hospitality beacon.”