Hilton Opens First Garden Inn in Argentina’s Patagonia Region

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Hilton Garden Inn has opened its first hotel in Argentina’s Patagonia region: the Hilton Garden Inn Neuquén. The newbuild hotel also represents the brand’s second property in Argentina. 

The newbuild hotel has 130 guestrooms and suites with the brand’s signature bedding, a large desk with an ergonomic desk chair and an in-room hospitality center with a mini-fridge and coffee maker. 

Guests also have a variety of on-site dining options, including Vive Restaurant with cooked-to-order breakfast, lunch and dinner, and a Lobby bar. The Shop is open 24 hours for grab-and-go snacks, beverages and ready-to-cook meals. Also on property are a 24-hour fitness center, full-service spa, indoor jacuzzi and five meeting rooms with more than 4,300 square feet of event space. 


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The hotel is less than six miles from Juan Domingo Perón International Airport, and it is close to Centro de Ski Chapelco, the city center and Alto Comahue Shopping Mall

Hilton currently has a portfolio of more than 150 hotels and resorts open and welcoming travelers in 23 countries across the Caribbean and Latin America, including five in Argentina: Hilton Pilar, Hilton Buenos Aires, Hilton Garden Inn Tucuman, Anselmo Buenos Aires, Curio Collection by Hilton and now Hilton Garden Inn Neuquén. The company is actively pursuing additional Caribbean and Latin American growth opportunities and currently has a pipeline of approximately 95 hotels throughout the region.

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