Tapping into South America, the hospitality giant has secured two new Bogotá properties, which upon conversion, will carry the DoubleTree by Hilton name
Hilton Worldwide has inked a deal to convert two Bogotá-based Hoteles Cosmos establishments into DoubleTree by Hilton properties, marking the brand’s entry into Colombia. Named DoubleTree by Hilton Bogotá Parque 93 and DoubleTree by Hilton Bogotá Calle 100, the locations are set to launch in December 2015 and February 2016 respectively.
A household brand which has been in the hospitality business for more than three decades, Cosmos Hotels is a trusted name across the aforementioned South American market. The 132-room Cosmos Insignia Hotel will be converted into DoubleTree by Hilton Bogotá Parque 93 and will be located in the centre of Bogotá’s Chicó neighborhood.
Tower C of the Hotel & Convention Centre Cosmos 100 will be converted into DoubleTree by Hilton Bogotá Calle 100, a location with 88 rooms situated at the north end of the city, while positioned 25 minutes away from El Dorado International Airport. The spot offers direct access to the Cosmos 100 meeting and event space.
DoubleTree by Hilton Bogotá Parque 93 and DoubleTree by Hilton Bogotá Calle 100 are being groomed to participate in the brand’s Hilton HHonors programme, a loyalty offering allowing members to earn points as well as miles with no blackout dates for both across the same stay.
“Bogotá’s geographic location and international airport, which has direct global flights from over 50 destinations, making it the northern hub for South America, have enabled the city to grow as an ideal place for guests seeking the upscale, full-service experience that only DoubleTree by Hilton can deliver,” said John Greenleaf, global head, DoubleTree by Hilton.