Hilton moves HQ in APAC: “A place we can call home”

Hilton APAC - Team Photo
The Hilton APAC team

Hilton has announced its move to a new custom-built office space in Singapore’s Centennial Tower, as the company grows and celebrates its 100th year.

Located in Singapore’s CBD, the space at the Centennial Tower will be the group’s new headquarters in the Asia Pacific. The move comes with the brand’s growth in the region and its 100th anniversary in May 2019.

In recent years, Hilton has doubled its portfolio in APAC, which now has more than 750 hotels open and under development in the region, and will open more than 100 hotels in 2019. The new custom-designed office space houses its growing corporate workforce who are supporting this expansion, across three floors of the Centennial Tower.

“A place we can call home”

“With the Asia Pacific being increasingly at the forefront in this Golden Age of Travel, our goal continues to be the leading and most hospitable company in the world,” said Alan Watts, president, Asia Pacific, Hilton.

“With the move, we are creating a more inspirational and inclusive environment for our Team Members. In line with our momentum of creating a Great Place to Work for all, our office will not just be a place to work — it will be a place we can call home.”

A new perspective

Hilton APAC - Reception

Centennial Tower is also home to the company’s Southeast Asia office. From the new headquarters, Hilton will manage its five sub-regions of Asia Pacific — from India to Japan, China and Australasia.

Furthermore, the Centennial Tower sits adjacent to Millenia Walk and part of the Millenia Singapore development — a development by Pontiac Land Group that provides access to transport links and a variety of shopping and food and beverage outlets close by.

“Following the success of the newly renovated Conrad Centennial Singapore and the upcoming celebration of Hilton’s 100th year anniversary, we believe the move signals greater things for Hilton. We warmly welcome the Hilton team to Millenia Singapore,” said Philip Kwee, chief operating officer for Pontiac Land.

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