MCLEAN, VA—Tru by Hilton has opened 13 new properties from June-August, spanning 11 states. This growth is a testament to the brand’s development, with more than 35 open properties and over 300 hotels in the pipeline. The latest Tru by Hilton properties have expanded the options for both leisure and business travelers in these 13 markets.
The newly opened properties represent the first Tru by Hilton hotels in Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, South Carolina and South Dakota. Outdoor adventurers can visit Tru by Hilton Deadwood in South Dakota, located near Mount Rushmore National Memorial and Black Hills National Forest and Tru by Hilton Pigeon Forge in Tennessee, close to Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
For family trips, travelers can choose Tru by Hilton Wichita Northeast in Kansas, Tru by Hilton Amarillo Westin Texas and Tru by Hilton Fort Wayne North in Indiana, all close to local zoos and other family friendly attractions.
Tru by Hilton continues to expand in college towns, with Tru by Hilton Syracuse North Airport Area and Tru by Hilton Syracuse-Camillus, both near Syracuse University in New York, Tru by Hilton Harbison Columbia, near the University of South Carolina and Tru by Hilton Bowling Green, near Western Kentucky University.
History and art buffs can visit the historic district near Tru by Hilton Sumter in South Carolina, Michigan’s Ella Sharp Museum near Tru by Hilton Jackson and the North Carolina Museum of Art near Tru by Hilton Raleigh Durham Airport. In addition, Tru by Hilton remains an option for business travelers with properties opening in and near cities where major corporations are headquartered, such as Tru by Hilton St. Charles St. Louis in Missouri.
In addition to these 13 property openings, Tru by Hilton has continued its momentum this summer by breaking ground on its largest property to date, located in Orlando, FL. Developed by Epelboim Development Group, the eight-story, 259-room Tru by Hilton Orlando Convention Center Area will be situated near the Orlando Convention Center, Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and SeaWorld. The property is expected to open the fall of 2019.