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A historic 2018 for All Suites by Hilton

All Suites brands by Hilton that consists of Embassy Suites by Hilton, Home2 Suites by Hilton and Homewood Suites by Hilton has a successful 2018. The had domestic and international growth. They achieved major milestones and they opened the 30rh Canadian property which was the 1000th property overall.

They plan to continue the expansion this year, with more than 25 properties seeing the light if America and Asia. The company has more than 580 properties planned in total. While all the three brands are focussed on their growth in Canada. Homewood Suites by Hilton will also continue to put the effort in Latin America. Meanwhile Embassy Suites by Hilton will be making their way through in the Middle East.

The All Suites brands made it’s way in Canada. Last year and thus tapping into the country’s increase in tourism which has been setting records. Along with the 30 All Suites hotels that have been opened, plans have been made to see future growth of more than 20% in all of the Hilton properties that are under All Suites category in Canada.
Diana Vaughan, the global head of All Suites by Hilton called 2018 a banner year and thanked the team members and owners around the world. She added that the owners and teams will be the secret to the success of All Suites by Hilton.

Not just the All Suites brands collective achievements, but the individual brands also reached notable milestones in the year for a range of initiatives like new construction techniques to enhancement in operations.

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Vaagisha Singh
Vaagisha Singh is a senior writer at The Innersane, where she covers media and advertising and co-hosts the Original Content podcast. Previously, She has worked as a tech writer at Adweek, a senior editor at the tech blog VentureBeat, and a local government reporter at the Pop Culture Times. She attended DU University And Loves Dogs

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