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Tapestry Collection by Hilton debuts in Brazil

Hilton has announced the opening of its first Tapestry Collection Hotel in Brazil in São Paulo. In fact, it’s the first Tapestry Collection by Hilton Hotel in the whole of South America.

Located at a distance of 21 miles from downtown São Paulo, Almenat Hotel is surrounded by the Atlantic Rainforest and minutes away from Embu das Artes, a delightful town founded by the Jesuits in 1554. The colonial history and heritage remain almost untouched and can be explored by guests during the weekends and holidays handicraft fair, filled with artists and artisans.

Jorge Giannattasio, Senior Vice President and Head of Operations, Caribbean and Latin America, Hilton, said:

We are thrilled to continue our growth throughout Latin America with the opening of Almenat Hotel, our first Tapestry Collection by Hilton in Brazil. Brazil remains a focus in our company’s regional expansion and we look forward to further increasing our in-market portfolio with the upcoming arrival of eight hotels in the next four years.

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Almenat Hotel consists of 138 guest rooms and suites. The hotel offers a fully equipped gym, tennis court, two soccer fields, one multi-sport court, indoor heated and outdoor pools, and a walking trail amid the Atlantic Forest. For a family and friends’ fun activity, guests can enjoy a bowling alley with eight lanes and a bar with a fireplace and pool tables. The hotel is also pet-friendly and offers plenty of outdoor space for animals up to 75 pounds.

Standard Guest room. Photo: Hilton

The hotel features two restaurants that offer a variety of food and beverage options with Brazilian and international flavors celebrating São Paulo’s culture and ethnic influences. Embu Restaurant serves a delicious breakfast while Japi Restaurant and Bar serves creative Italian-inspired food. One can enjoy a drink with a lake view at the Bowling Bar. The hotel also offers a lobby market for those on the go. Late this year, the property will also unveil two outdoor fire grills for private events.

Almenat Hotel offers 22 flexible meeting rooms, indoor and outdoor areas and extensive recreational facilities. The hotel also provides premium event services, with high-speed internet and infrastructure for video conferences in all meetings spaces.

Hilton currently has a portfolio of more than 170 hotels and resorts welcoming travellers in the Caribbean and Latin America, including 10 properties in Brazil. The hospitality chain currently has a robust pipeline of approximately 110 hotels throughout the Caribbean and Latin America, including the upcoming arrival of the Motto by Hilton and Tru by Hilton brands in Brazil.

Meanwhile, Hilton recently signed its 4 resort in the Maldives, Hilton Maldives Amangiri, bringing its flagship brand to the dreamy island paradise, Conrad Los Angeles at The Grand LA, DoubleTree by Hilton Osaka Castle, Sea Breeze Santorini Beach Resort, Curio Collection by Hilton and DoubleTree by Hilton Bahrain Residences. The hospitality giant also recently opened its first DoubleTree property in Germany, first Tapestry Collection property in Europe, DoubleTree by Hilton Brussels City, Hilton Vallarta Riviera All Inclusive Resort, The Ray Hotel Delray Beach, Curio Collection by Hilton, Mangrove Beach Corendon Curaçao, Curio Collection by Hilton, Canopy by Hilton Madrid Castellana and Hilton Garden Inn Austin University Capitol District. The hospitality chain will open its largest hotel in Asia-Pacific in Singapore in January 2022 and has opened its 500th Home2Suites hotel. Hilton will open its first Curio Collection Hotel in Vietnam in 2023.

Featured image by Hilton

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