Taraz Kazakhstan Hilton Hotel
Hilton (NYSE: HLT) today announced plans to expand its presence in Kazakhstan, with two new properties planned in Astana and Almaty. Hilton (New York Stock Exchange: Hilton) today announced plans to build a new Hilton hotel in Tataraz, the capital of Kazakhstan.
The new Hampton Hilton Hotel will be located in the heart of Astana, surrounded by various sports arenas, including the Astana Arena. It is located just four kilometres from the city centre and has access to a wide range of hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment venues. The new hotel is also close to Astana International Airport, which has direct flights to and from various destinations such as Moscow, Dubai, London and China, as well as international airports.
Guests staying in the Executive Rooms have access to the spacious Executive Lounge, which offers a wide range of entertainment options, as well as a private dining room. At the new Hampton Hilton Hotel in Astana, guests can sample traditional Kazakh dishes and European cuisine, while guests can enjoy food and drinks from the hotel restaurants. For more information or reservations, please visit the Hampton Hotel website or call us at (7.717) 2648900.
The Presidential Suite is over 200 square meters in size and features a private dining room, private bathroom and fully equipped kitchen. The hotel has an extensive range of luxurious suites and suites designed for comfort and luxury, as well as a number of private suites for private parties.
Hilton Astana is also part of the Hilton Honors award-winning guest loyalty program. To celebrate the opening of the hotel, all Hilton Honorary Members will earn 1,000 points per night when booking directly with Hilton for up to three nights. Members who book directly have instant benefits, including a flexible payment slider that allows members to choose almost any combination of points and money to book a stay. Diamond members enjoy access to all hotel amenities including free Wi-Fi, free meals and free parking.
Arc de Triomphe is managed by Hilton and will join the Hilton Garden Inn Astana when it opens in January 2018. The hotel offers a variety of amenities including free Wi-Fi, free parking and free meals. Another Hilton hotel, DoubleTree Hilton Almaty, which will mark the brand's debut in Kazakhstan, is scheduled to open this year in the capital, Almaty, Kazakhstan's largest city.
Hilton Astana is the largest hotel in Kazakhstan and has a ballroom that can accommodate up to 900 people. The hotel also houses the Expo Congress Hall, which can accommodate 5,000 people, as well as a conference center. The Eforea Spa at HiltonAstana is one of the largest spas in the city and features a full-service fitness centre, fitness centre and indoor pool with pool.
The 253-room hotel offers a wide range of amenities, including a full-service spa and fitness center, a fitness center, a fitness center and a fitness center with a pool. The new 112-room hotel will be located in the heart of the city, just blocks from the Expo convention center, and will feature food and beverage shops including rooftop restaurants. As the area continues to change, the new Hilton Astana Hotel and Convention Center in Tatarstan's capital will create more than 1.5 million square feet of new office and retail space.
The former capital remains the country's commercial and cultural center, and Almaty has long been an important hub for trade and investment between the former Soviet Union and the United States. It has the largest population of any city in Kazakhstan and is home to the state-owned Astana International Airport, one of the largest airports in the world. As the capital of Kazakhstan, Astana is an established city with a fast-growing hotel business, "said Mikhail Kuznetsov, CEO of Tatarstan Investing and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Hilton. He said that there are more than 1.5 million square meters of new office and retail space in the city, as well as a large number of hotels, restaurants and other shops.
The landmark is located in the heart of Astana, a city of more than 1.5 million inhabitants, and includes the largest public square in the world, Astanas Square, as well as a number of historic buildings.
The result is a contemporary interior that strikes a balance between modernity and timeless tradition. Traditional local and national patterns adorn the carpets in the lobby, creating a welcoming ambience. The atrium is decorated in full height with handicraft elements, including a floating eagle, an important part of Kazakh culture. The hotel's carpets and walls, as well as the interiors of the rooms, are rich in culture and history.
In the atrium of the Hilton Astana there is a work of art worth seeing. The project was ultimately developed in a short period of 90 days by a team of architects, designers, architects and designers from Kazakhstan, Russia, the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom.