Tapestry Collection by Hilton welcomes three unique hotels

Tapestry Collection by Hilton will welcome three new hotels from across the country to its portfolio, offering a variety of unique, upscale accommodations for both business and leisure travelers. The Founders Inn and Spa, Tapestry Collection by Hilton and The Cotton Sail Hotel Savannah, Tapestry Collection by Hilton both recently joined the collection in October, while Hotel Don Fernando de Taos, Tapestry Collection by Hilton will join the collection in the coming weeks.

These three hotels bring impressive growth to Tapestry Collection by Hilton by increasing the number of guest rooms in the portfolio by nearly 40%. In addition, these properties mark the first Tapestry Collection hotels in each city, including Taos, New Mexico, Savannah, Georgia, and Virginia Beach, Virginia. Over the next few years, the upscale collection brand is anticipated to continue this strong growth trajectory, with more than 43 hotels in the pipeline including the addition of its first two international properties in Lima, Peru.

“Since welcoming our first hotel in May of 2017, Tapestry Collection by Hilton has experienced strong growth and is continually looking to add hotels to its portfolio that are inviting and original, and in locations that give our guests a genuine experience that connects them to the local fabric,” said Jenna Hackett, global head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton. “These three property additions will be the first Tapestry Collection hotels in each city providing guests with uncommon, upscale hotels in new destinations.”

The hotels joining Tapestry Collection by Hilton this fall include:

  • The Founders Inn and Spa: Opened on October 2, 2018, The Founders Inn and Spa is centrally located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, with only a 20-minute drive to the oceanfront resort area or downtown Norfolk, as well as Naval Station Norfolk and other regional military facilities. The 240-guest room resort has 18 function rooms, English gardens and a ballroom with 1,400 guest-capacity, as well as a spa and fitness center.
  • The Cotton Sail Hotel Savannah: Opened on October 23, 2018, The Cotton Sail Hotel was formerly a 200-year-old cotton warehouse that was converted to an upscale hotel offering fresh, modern accommodations in the heart of Savannah, Georgia. This hotel offers a rooftop restaurant, Top Deck, and on-site bar, as well as 36 river view guest rooms and nearby access to River and Bay Street.
  • Hotel Don Fernando de Taos: Opening this November, Hotel Don Fernando de Taos is the perfect retreat for travelers looking to enjoy nearby attractions including the Taos Ski Village, the Historic Taos Pueblo and the Ojo Caliente Hot Mineral Springs. Originally opened in 1989, Hotel Don Fernando de Taos recently underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation including a total lobby redesign, updated guest rooms as well as eco-friendly enhancements throughout, in addition to a new front and back patio where guests can enjoy views of the nearby mountains.

For more information, visit tapestrycollection3.hilton.com/tc/

Image: The Cotton Sail Hotel Savannah

Source: Hilton