Hilton Garden Inn

Most of the regional hotels in Western Australia were built prior to 1980 and are primarily unbranded and run as family facilities. Most have an inventory of around 50 rooms or less and nearly all have the external corridors typical of the 1960’s motel style. Some of these motels offer a very basic food and beverage offering which is generally restricted to a couple of hours in the morning for breakfast and a couple of hours in the evening for dinner.
Food standards and choice are limited and typically cooked by an untrained chef. Hilton Garden Inn will be purpose built with extensive food and beverage attuned to today's palate and standards and today's traveller.

Guest Rooms

The Hilton Garden Inn will be offering 100-150 rooms in each of the locations. These purpose-built, stylish, upscale rooms will all be appointed with King or Double Double bed and an additional sofa bed.
Each room will be large and luxurious, each laid out with meticulous attention to detail and benefiting from the best contemporary design in order to offer ultimate comfort.
Rooms are designed for both relaxation and productivity, catering for guests with any purpose. Features of each room include a sofa (in some rooms oversized lounge chair), large desk, an ergonomic desk chair, high-definition LCD Television and complimentary high-speed internet.

Competitives Room Rates

Hilton Garden Inn is able to attract business from both economy and upscale clientele due to its competitive room rates, brand loyalty, aggressive marketing, consistent purpose-built product and its geographical spread.
HGI have inviting social spaces and high end amenities that will ensure a great stay with even greater value.

Guest Facilities

Hilton Garden Inn will provide guests with a range of leisure facilities, including a fully equipped gymnasium, outdoor heated pool and sun-deck.
The pool will be created on a resort-style theme, with a deck equipped for relaxation and enjoyment.
The fitness centre will be open seven days a week and use of the facilities is complimentary to hotel guests.

Restaurant, Bar and Grill

This casual, contemporary 100 seat Bar and Grill will offer classic, cost-effective and appetising food and presentation.
The Bar and Grill will attract guests of the hotel, as well as external clientele. The Bar and Grill will be accessible to the public via direct street access and to hotel patrons through the hotel lobby, so all patrons will feel welcome. There will be a full service bar that is licensed to serve liquor, beer & wine.
The Bar and Grill will appropriately reflect its environment through its tailor-designed interior and menu.

Other Food Facilities

Pavilion Pantry

Guests will be able to purchase a selection of light meals, snacks, confectionaries, sundries and beverages at the pavilion pantry.


Breakfast will be available daily and will include a buffet self-service breakfast and cook-to- order breakfast.

In-room Dining

In-room dining will be available to guests daily. This offers an alternative from the Bar & Grill and is delivered to your door.

Meeting and Events

The hotels will be able to cater to both hotel guests and external clientele with fully air-conditioned meeting and event rooms. Each room will be equipped with wi-fi access, projectors and the latest communication technology. The necessary staff and amenities, such as on-site catering and beverage services, will be available.

Additional Facilities

Other additional guest facilities include:

  • Dry-cleaning and laundry services
  • Complimentary luggage handling and storage
  • Fireplace and comfortable sofas in lobby
  • Individual climate control in each room
  • In-room coffee maker
  • Guest car parking
  • Easy-to-set alarm clock with MP3 connectivity

Hilton Garden Inn

Hilton Garden Inn is categorised by Smith Travel Research (STR) as an Upscale Hotel however its application and market appeal is such that it can attract guests from both the economy and the luxury range due to its clever branding, critical mass, smart contemporary design with internal corridors, advanced technology and innovative food and beverage all at extremely competitive pricing. HDG believe certain adaptations are required to Hilton Garden Inn due to local market expectations and the unique geography of remote regional centres.