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Hilton's first hotel in Chad marks 100 countries

21 January 2016 by
Hilton's first hotel in Chad marks 100 countries

Hilton Worldwide now operates in 100 countries and territories following the opening of the Hilton N'Djamena, its first hotel in Chad.

The 194-bedroom Hilton Hotels & Resorts property joins Hilton Worldwide's growing portfolio of 37 hotels in Africa.

Rob Palleschi, global head, full service brands, Hilton Worldwide, said: "Hilton Hotels & Resorts has had a presence in Africa for more than 50 years and Hilton N'Djamena is a magnificent achievement that showcases how far the brand has come in its commitment to this market."

In the UK, Hilton Worldwide has just opened the 260-bedroom DoubleTree by Hilton London ExCeL (pictured). Owned and managed by Shiva Hotels, the property includes 31 deluxe rooms, 35 suites, a fitness centre, two meeting spaces, a lounge bar and 112-seat restaurant.

DoubleTree by Hilton now has more than 25 properties across the UK and is one of the 12 brands from Hilton Worldwide.

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