Hilton Houston Plaza/ Medical Center Completes Full Renovations

USA, Plano, Texas. March 31, 2021

Hilton Houston Plaza/Medical Center, operated by Aimbridge Hospitality, announced today that the hotel has completed full renovations. The upgrades include improvements to the guest rooms, public areas, meeting spaces, fitness facilities, and dining areas. Hilton Houston Plaza/Medical Center is operated by Aimbridge Hospitality.

"We take pride in providing our guests with a memorable travel experience backed by the latest innovations and amenities in hospitality," said Ed Sylcox, General Manager. "These renovations demonstrate our commitment to guest satisfaction and alignment with the standards of this category-leading brand."

From the moment they enter through the new, fully automated doors, guests can enjoy new furniture and lighting, new flat-screen TVs, and new front desk pods in the lobby. This social space also features a renovated business center with workstations. Throughout the hotel, guests can stay connected with upgraded, complimentary Wi-Fi. Hilton Houston Plaza/Medical Center also offers digital keys for rooms and the parking garage.

The hotel's modern accommodations provide an experience designed to elevate comfort while making it easy to stay productive on the road. In addition to new finishes, light fixtures, and flooring throughout, each room features ergonomic workspaces, Hilton Serenity beds, and spa-inspired bathrooms with new tile, wallpaper, and showers. Travelers can easily stay active during travel at Hilton Houston's updated 24-hour fitness center and outdoor pool. The rooftop pool features new interiors, a new deck, and new poolside seating under four stylish cabanas.

Guests can savor artisan dining, craft beverages, and warm hospitality onsite in the hotel's renovated dining spaces. From rooftop drinks with new cooling water misters, tile flooring, flat-screen TVs, and fire pits at Bar 9 to satisfying entrees at Garden Court, there is no shortage of ways to experience the flavors of Houston at Hilton. In addition to renovations, the dining facilities were expanded to include Herb N Kitchen serving fresh bites and Starbucks® coffee.

With its fully renovated venues, Hilton Houston Plaza is more equipped than ever to host exceptional meetings and events. Guests can choose from seven flexible venues with 6,733 sq. ft. of combined space for brainstorming sessions, wedding receptions, and more. The meeting spaces now feature automated dimmable lighting, automated sheers, and black-out blinds. The AV equipment was upgraded to include 82-inch HDTV screens. Catering, event packages, and professional planners are available on site for a seamless event experience. Attendees staying at the hotel can take advantage of the property's proximity to top destinations like Texas Medical Center, Rice University, and the Dryden/TMC Metro Station.

In an unprecedented era of travel where cleanliness is more important than ever, the full renovations at Hilton Houston Plaza/Medical Center mean more than just a new look. Guests staying at this updated property can enjoy a renewed peace of mind with enhanced cleanliness measures and fresh finishes throughout.

Hilton Houston Plaza/Medical Center is part of Hilton Honors®, the award-winning guest-loyalty program for Hilton's 18 distinct hotel brands. To learn more or to make a reservation, visit the hotel website or call +1 (713) 313-4000.


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