Hilton Worldwide 2016 India showcases a resounding success

Over 500 partners engaged with100 participating hotels from across the globe

Hilton Worldwide, a leading global hospitality company with a portfolio of 13 brands that include Hilton Hotels & Resorts, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, Conrad Hotels & Resorts, DoubleTree by Hilton, Hilton Garden Inn and Hampton by Hilton, hosted the Hilton Worldwide 2016 India Showcase with representation from more than 100 hotels and resorts located inthe Americas, Europe, Middle East, Asia Pacific and Australia. The three-city, five-day event held in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore drew more than 500 interested partners from the travel industry. Visitors interacted with hotel representatives and gatheredinsight into the range of offerings ideal not only for business and leisure travel but also for hosting conference and incentive groups as well as grand weddings and other social events. Leading the contingent from Hilton Worldwide were Rupert Hallam, Vice President, Sales – APAC; Daniel Welk, Vice President, Operations – India; and Pariva Rustagi, Regional Director of Sales – India.

Commenting on the exceptional response Rupert Hallam said, “Indian travellers are increasingly exploring and frequenting overseas locations for their business and leisure travel needs as well as for meetings, conferences and events, including elaborate and exclusive weddings. The Showcase presents an exceptional opportunity for us, at Hilton Worldwide, as the 13 global brands in ourportfolio cater to all segments from luxury, full-service to mid-market. I was personally delighted with this opportunity to meet our partners. The response has been very encouraging and gratifying”. by

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