About Hilton

About Hilton Hotel




Conrad Hilton


23rd November, 1994


Hotel Website






20+ Million/Month


1.5+ Million USD

About Hilton Hotels

Hilton Worldwide Holdings, formerly known as Hilton Hotels Corporation, is recognized as an internationally prominent hospitality company. Conrad Hilton founded the Hilton Hotel on 31st May 1919 in Cisco, Texas, United States. Since 2007, Christopher J. Nassetta has been serving as the CEO of the company. 

The headquarters of Hilton Corporation is in McLean, Virginia, United States as of 9th August 2021.

Hilton Corporation has many subsidiaries: Hilton Grand Vacations, Homewood Suites by Hilton, DoubleTree, Hilton Garden Inn, Embassy Suites by Hilton, Hilton Rye Town, Hilton Dublin Airport Hotel, Morning Light, Hilton Employee Inc, Denizen Hotels, and many more. 

According to statements, Hilton has approximately 2,244 hotels comprising 356,524 rooms in 50 states and the District of Columbia. In addition, Conrad Hotels are located in New York, England, Bangkok, Ireland, Egypt, Belgium, Turkey, 

Hong Kong and Singapore.

Let’s dig deeper about Hilton.

About Hilton Hotel History

Let us take a look at the extraordinary history of Hotel Hilton:-

In the 1910s – In 1919, Conrad Hilton bought the hotel, The Mobley in Cisco, Texas, and over the next few years, he purchased other hotels in Texas. Conrad opened the high class called Dallas Hilton, which was the first hotel to carry the Hilton name. By 1927, Hilton expanded to Waco, Texas, and opened its first hotel with cold running water and air conditioning in public areas in the hotel.

In the 1940s – Hilton purchased Roosevelt and plaza hotels in New York City. The Hilton Hotel Corporation was formed and was also listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Roosevelt Hilton became the world’s first hotel to install televisions in their guest rooms. Conrad Hilton in Time magazine was the first Hotelier to achieve such recognition.

In the 1950s – Hilton launched a program to bring air conditioning to every hotel in the Hilton portfolio. Barron Hilton introduced the new Hilton Carte Blanche Credit card, the premier travel and entertainment card owned by Hilton hotels. Hilton bought a Statler Hotel for an amount of $111 million, which was the largest real estate deal of the era.

In the 1960s – Hilton International was born as a separate company, with Conrad Hilton as the president. Lady Hilton was launched, the first Hotel concept which was designed especially for women travelers. The first DoubleTree hotel was opened in Scottsdale, AZ.

In the 1970s – Hilton became the first NYSE-listed company to enter the domestic business by purchasing the Flamingo Hotel and the Las Vegas International. Conrad Hilton passed away at the age of 91.

In the 1980s – Hilton Hotels were founded to operate the luxury hotels and resorts in the world’s major business and tourism capitals. First Embassy Suites of Hilton was opened in Overland Park, MO. Hampton Inns and Homewood Hotel suites were opened. Hampton Hotels became the first Hotel company to provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

The 1990s – The official website of Hilton was launched. The Hilton Garden Inn made its debut with four locations. Later on, they were expanded to 500 properties. 

The 2000s – Hilton worldwide resorts were launched as a vacation ownership subsidiary. Christopher J Nassetta joins the Hilton hotels CEO and President. Hilton hotels are expanded to 76 countries. Hilton Hotel Corporation changed its name to Hilton Worldwide and changed its headquarters from Beverly Hills, California, to McLean, Virginia.

The 2010s – Home2 Suites, a new concept in the extended-stay market. Hampton Hotels is named as the #1 franchise opportunity in Entrepreneur’s magazine franchise 500 rankings.

About Hilton Hotel Services

When Conrad Hilton opened the first hotel to bear the Hilton name in 1925, he aimed to operate the best hotel in Texas. As a result of his commitment, leadership, and innovation, today, Hilton is one of the most respected brands in the world.

Hilton has inaugurated its brands which are Canopy by Hilton, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, Curio Collection by Hilton, DoubleTree by Hilton, Embassy Suites by Hilton, Hampton by Hilton, Hilton Garden Inn, Hilton Grand Vacations, Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Home2 Suites by Hilton, Homewood Suites by Hilton, LXR Hotels & Resorts, Motto by Hilton, Signia Hilton, Tapestry Collection by Hilton, Tru by Hilton. Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts.

Hilton has also introduced Hotel rewards membership programs. It offers 4 types of membership status, namely – Member, Silver, Gold, and Diamond status.

●      About Hilton Honors’ Member Status  

Every $1 spent will give 10 points in return, Guaranteed discount, Digital key, Choose a room, Digital check-in, No resort fee on stays, Free WiFi, access to exclusive Hilton Honors experiences, and available for 0 to 4 nights.

●      About Hilton Honors’ Silver Status

Every $1 spent will give 12 points in return, including all the benefits of Members along with complimentary bottled water, Elite rollover nights, fifth Night free, and is available for 5 + nights.

●      About Hilton Honors’ Gold Status

For every $1 spent, it will give 18 points in return, including all the benefits of Silver along with daily food and beverage or continental breakfast, milestone bonuses, space-available room upgrades, and is available for 20 + nights.

●      About Hilton Honors’ Diamond Status

Every $1 spent will give 20 points in return, including all the benefits of Gold along with executive lounge access, Diamond status extension, premium WiFi, 48-hour room guarantee, Elite status gifting, and is available for 30 + nights.

About Hilton Hotel Benefits

Let’s take a look at some of the privileges of Hilton Hotels – 

  1. Offers the lowest price at over 5,700 hotels when people book directly.
  2. Earn points with every stay and redeem them for free nights.
  3. Enjoy free WiFi, late checkout, and no charge for a second guest.
  4. Achieve Elite member status and get perks like complimentary breakfast, free upgrades, free bottled water, and more.
  5. Allows people to use their mobile devices as their room keys.
  6. Check-in and check out from the app (no front desk needed).
  7. Allows people to view and manage their reservations in just one place.
  8. It also allows their customers to choose their room from a hotel floor plan.

This was all about Hilton’s history, services, and benefits, making it one of the world’s popular hotel brands.