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Hilton opens 308-room hotel in Clark Freeport amid pandemic

Hilton, one of the fastest-growing hospitality companies in the world, announced Wednesday the opening of the 308-room Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort in Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone, Pampanga.

Owned by Donggwang Clark Corp., the hotel is a short 12-minute drive from Clark International Airport and located close to the city’s main business hubs and entertainment attractions, such as Clark Museum, Aqua Planet and Nayong Pilipino.

“We are delighted to welcome Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort to the Hilton family as our third hotel in the country,” said Paul Hutton, Hilton vice president for operations in Southeast Asia.

“Hilton is on a promising growth trajectory in the Philippines, with the launch of Conrad Manila back in 2016, followed by Hilton Manila in 2018. This is testament to our commitment to the Philippines, and we are confident emerging destinations in the country, such as Clark, are well positioned to cater to both business and leisure travelers from within and outside the Philippines,” said Hutton.

“As our flagship brand, Hilton Hotels & Resorts is known the world over for its exceptional service, delivered by a team of committed and passionate Team Members. Our Hilton hotels have also set the benchmark for hospitality around the world, providing new product innovations and services to meet guests’ evolving needs,” said Alexandra Jaritz, Hilton senior vice president for brand management in Asia Pacific.

“I am confident Hilton Clark offers domestic and, in the longer-term, international travelers to Clark, exactly that and more with its strategic location and a wide range of leisure facilities that are all readily accessible, providing an all-encompassing experience for guests staying with us,” said Jaritz.

Clark has earned its place as a thriving business, aviation and tourism hub in the Philippines. With Clark International Airport now positioned as the second major gateway to the Philippines, the city is more than a free port zone, connecting visitors to year-round festivals and celebrations such as the Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta, Vios Racing Festival and the Philippine International Pyromusical Competition.

Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort, with 308 digital key-enabled and spacious guest rooms, features a modern décor, signature Serenity bed and premium bath amenities. Guests seeking relaxation have a variety of options, including a fitness center outfitted with the latest Precor equipment and free weights, an outdoor pool, walking and jogging path and a soon-to-open wellness center.

Taking inspiration from Pampanga’s rich culinary history, Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort offers exceptional dining experiences with three dining outlets.

Featuring over 1,800 square meters of meetings space, Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort is an ideal venue for meetings, weddings and social gatherings. 

The stylish and spacious pillarless Grand Ballroom, measuring 1,010 square meters, can accommodate up to 1,200 guests in theatre-style seating. In addition, there are seven flexible meeting rooms equipped with advanced audio-visual and technical facilities for events, ranging from business meetings to team building sessions.

“Guests of Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort can expect to be welcomed with an elevated standard of hygiene through the Hilton CleanStay program. Launched across Hilton’s 18 brands, CleanStay is Hilton’s industry-defining standard of cleanliness and disinfection, created in collaboration with Dettol maker RB and Mayo Clinic,” it said.

For meeting professionals, Hilton has developed Hilton EventReady with CleanStay, an industry-leading cleanliness and customer service program specific to meetings and events. 

Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort is part of Hilton Honors, the award-winning guest-loyalty program for Hilton’s 18 world-class brands.

Topics: Hilton Clark Sun Valley Resort , Clark Freeport and Special Economic Zone , Pampanga
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