Reinvented Design: Hampton by Hilton Intros New Prototype for the Americas

MCLEAN, VA—Hampton by Hilton revealed a new Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton and Hampton Inn by Hilton prototype for the Americas.

With a contemporary exterior design, refreshed public space decor and updated guestrooms, the new prototype provides owners and developers with a flexible building model that embraces emerging guest preferences, improved functionality and design efficiency, according to the brand. 

The new exterior design incorporates modern architecture while maintaining the flat roof design from the previous prototype to create a consistent thread across the brand. The exterior facade features enhanced lighting, a fin design and paint scheme, and enlarged windows to update the look of the exterior as well as increase natural light in the guestrooms. In addition, the new prototype stresses efficiency in its design, with less than 2,000 sq. ft. of building area required. 

Guestrooms have been redesigned to accommodate how guests live, work and relax with updated bedding and space-saving alterations, such as mounted TVs, fully functional storage units and desk area. The guest bathrooms feature improved lighting, decor and bath fixtures.

These modifications are designed to appeal to today’s traveler as well as result in overall cost-to-build efficiencies. While owners may utilize a design-forward approach, Hampton will also offer two optional decor packages for the guestroom and public spaces, to provide speed of execution.